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Saturday, March 31

Joint talks vital to break deadlock on Northern Ireland, Coveney tells London: The Times
Jennifer Bray

Renewed efforts likely for talks after Belfast Agreement celebrations: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Séamus Mallon urges people not to forget 'treasure of peace': Irish Independent
Fiona Dillon

Deep flaws in how MPs are making NI's laws: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Political leadership needed to inject life into the peace process: The Irish Times
David McCann

Unionists unite over Irish act: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

The Belfast Agreement – a historic deal is under threat: The Irish Times
Editorial

SDLP query Hume's omission in BBC's Good Friday Agreement coverage: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Predicting a post-Brexit future is as hard as ever: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Fantasy flight – May and the border: Irish Examiner
Editorial

PM's Irish Sea border pledge is welcome but still not the end of the matter: The News Letter
Editorial

Date set for West Tyrone Parliamentary by-election: Belfast Telegraph

The revised boundary changes are 'a democratic affront'- McCallion (Mar 20): Derry Now

Why we need to think about joining Commonwealth: Irish Independent
Ivan Yates

It's still not too late for New York Mayor Bill de Blasio to apologise for his 'Gerry Adams Day' stunt: Belfast Telegraph
George Larmour

Don't let politics spoil your Easter celebrations: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Beattie slams SF backing of council motion to 'ban' Army from recruiting in schools: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

UDA stage a show of strength hours after police raid home of Dee Stitt: Irish News
Allison Morris

Reflections on Loyalism since 1998: TheDetail.tv
Neil Jarman

Republican flute band hit out at comments from TUV leader Jim Allister ahead of appearance in Derry tomorrow: Derry Now

'I was gutted to find IRA bomber on victims forum': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Two former Paras to stand trial charged with the murder of an IRA commander 46 years ago: The Sun
David Willetts

Shankill woman Eileen Weir who quit UDA as teenager honoured for her peace work (Mar 28): Belfast Telegraph

50-year archive casts light on troubles era: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Puppet and pipe bomb at 'Troubles and Beyond' exhibition: BBC
Robbie Meredith

Derry could soon have its own Irish passport office after council agree to support locally based service: Derry Now

Council to confer highest honour on Queen's Lord Lieutenant: Ulster Star
Duncan Elder

Protestant church in Monaghan to host Catholic Easter ceremonies: RTE

Remaining relevant while keeping to old principles is a balancing act: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Eastwood welcomes progress on Equal Marriage for north of Ireland: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Martina Anderson – Slaughter in Palestine reminiscent of Bloody Sunday: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Friday, March 30

Theresa May rules out Irish Sea border after Brexit: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Prime Minister in plea for return of Stormont to give Northern Ireland a full say in Brexit talks: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Prime Minister Theresa May rules out 'standing on the border': Irish News
Gary McDonald

Theresa May patently does not have a clue about what type of Brexit she wants to create, says SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'It's reprehensible' DUP leader rips into EU & Irish Government in FURIOUS Brexit dig: Daily Express
Darren Hunt

Brexit the biggest challenge to UK in modern era – DUP's Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Simon Coveney – 'Brexit debate in the UK has been frustrating': The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Foster tells Conservative Association meeting 'I care for neighbours in the Republic': Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland's Brexit Problem: Foreign Affairs
Henry Farrell

All roads lead to Ireland – The real front line in the Brexit war: CBC
Nahlah Ayed and Waqas Chughtai

Smart solutions, not special status, can put our border squabbles to bed: Belfast Telegraph
Diane Dodds

The Belfast/Good Friday Agreement and Brexit: TheDetail.tv
Katy Hayward

Mark Durkan on Belfast Agreement – 'What are you going to replace it with?': The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Shifts in the republican movement and the 1998 turning point: TheDetail.tv
Richard English

Irish-British relations a long way from 1998 heyday: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

The Good Friday Agreement brought much-needed normality... but the unresolved question of identity still haunts this island: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Bill Clinton to visit Ireland to mark Good Friday Agreement anniversary (Mar 29): Irish Examiner

Public applications for Bill Clinton ceremony now open: The News Letter

US tribute to Adams blemished saint's day: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Council backs call for British army to be refused access to schoolchildren: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Unionists slam council vote on Armed Forces recruitment drives in schools put forward by former dissident republican: Belfast Telegraph

Paramilitary Task Force carry out searches in crackdown on UDA: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

UUP threatens to walk out of commission on flags and bonfires: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Thousands of republicans set to mark Easter Rising anniversary: Irish News
Connla Young

SF apology for smearing murdered prison officer was not genuine, says son: The News Letter

Patrick Kielty opens up about moment he was told of dad's murder: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

War of words over 'Bloody Sunday' tweet: Portadown Times
Carmel Robinson

'Sick' McCreesh park banner condemned by unionists: BBC

Republican 'history tour' is glorification of terrorism – TUV: The News Letter

Names of all victims of Troubles to be read out at Dublin service: Belfast Telegraph
Stewart Robson

John Imrie, MI5's Flasher-General: Village

New documentary about Bobby Sands and The Troubles added to Netflix: Irish Mirror
Andrew Byrne

Documentary depicting work of Troubles peace negotiator on tour to mark Good Friday Agreement anniversary: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Bishops to encourage Pope to make cross-border visit: RTE
Joe Little

Good Friday – Northern pubs fear £20m sales outflow to Republic: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Nationalist rhetoric is filled with increasingly desperate hyperbole (Mar 27): The Herald
David Torrance

Thursday, March 29

Peer's plea for border deal to avoid a return to terrorism: Belfast Telegraph
Shaun Connolly

Brexit – Former Cabinet minister calls for Irish border issue to be handled 'very carefully': Irish Independent

'Serious questions' if no progress on Brexit backstop: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Union will become stronger after Brexit, says May: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Theresa May to visit NI in day-long Brexit tour of UK: BBC
Stephen Walker

Neutrality not at threat, says Leo as one Russian diplomat faces expulsion: Herald.ie
Kevin Doyle

One-year countdown to Brexit begins with focus still on Border: Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit or the union – What is more important for unionists?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Prime Minister Theresa May 'not meeting local parties' on Northern Ireland visit – Michelle O'Neill: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin criticism of British PM Theresa May 'not meeting local parties' during NI visit: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Stormont needs to pursue the common good: Irish News
Norman Hamilton

Good Friday Agreement – What was the historic deal reached in Northern Ireland 20 years ago?: The Independent
Ben Kelly

The truth about the Good Friday Agreement is that, if it wasn't for deliberate deceptions, there would be no peace process here: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Dixon

Sinn Féin 'ignored' Irish signs survey, says Campbell: Londonderry Sentinel

Offensive Sinn Féin tweeters are a disgrace: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
John Spain

Division casts shadow over freedom of Belfast for peacemakers Clinton and Mitchell: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Behaviour reflects badly on how local government does business: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McGimpsey

MP reiterates her party's abstentionist policy: Impartial Reporter

Belfast council urged to act on bonfires report, but DUP warns over licensing proposals: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Co Antrim republican's early release licence revoked: Irish News
Connla Young

Derry republican Tony Taylor to take case back to parole commissioners: Irish News
Connla Young

Police conduct searches in Belfast into dissident republican activity: Belfast Telegraph

Legacy needs overhaul that Stormont House bodies will not bring: The News Letter
Editorial

Play park banner describing IRA hunger striker Raymond McCreesh as 'our hero' condemned as 'sick' by unionist councillor: Irish News
John Monaghan

Unionist anger after banner calling IRA man Raymond McCreesh 'our hero' erected at children's play park: Belfast Telegraph

Judge criticises SF minister over crucial lack of minutes: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP leader Arlene Foster to appear before RHI inquiry next month: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Secrecy is both a current and future concern (Mar 17): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Taoiseach Varadkar wants Co Armagh farmer Ian Marshall for Senate seat: Belfast Telegraph
Philip Ryan

Gardai do not have enough resources to properly deal with potential protests against Pope Francis or US President Donald Trump, AGSI conference hears: Irish Mirror
Niall O'Connor

Wednesday, March 28

Fresh solution to hard border is imminent, UK tells Ireland: The Times
Jennifer Bray

Oireachtas delegation urges British ministers to visit Border: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Motion calling on London to remedy breach of faith over Irish language: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

One year from Brexit – Border sits under cloud of uncertainty: The Irish Times
Editorial

Little sign of political vacuum at Stormont being filled (Mar 21): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Peter Hain – Northern Ireland legislation 'direct rule in all but name': Irish News
Nicholas Lester

Same sex marriage is no longer controversial. Time for Northern Ireland to catch up: The Times
Ged Killen

McCusker steps down 'ashamed and embarrassed' of NI politics (Mar 20): The News Letter
Carmel Robinson

Sinn feigns principle {Mar 23): Village
Michael Smith

IRA victims' families, including Ann McCabe, pen furious letter after NY Mayor honors Gerry Adams: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Freya Drohan

Call for action to tackle political emblems on Belfast bonfires following report: Belfast Telegraph

Unionists slam council decision on bonfires: Mid Ulster Mail

Belfast council bonfire report to be redacted before publication: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Calls for John Hume to be awarded the Freedom of Belfast are 'respectfully declined': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

We should be thankful cat is out of the bag over parties' aversion to record-taking (Mar 19): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Boy detained for knife attack after Loyalist songs row: BBC

Sinn Féin Senator apologises to Brian Stack family over 'inappropriate' tweets: The News Letter

Martin – an ordinary but exceptional man (Mar 24): Derry Now
Jude Collins

Denis Bradley – McGuinness legacy will always be a mixed one (Mar 20): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Sinn-Féin led delegation lobbies Downing Street: The News Letter

Fury as Government ignores plea to fund Birmingham pub bombing families: Birmingham Mail
Jonathan Walker

Poem remembers IRA man's victims: The News Letter
Samuel Morrison

Doug Beattie – 'Not once did my dad tell me he loved me. But on his deathbed he handed me a little note...": Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Mary Lou McDonald raises Pope Francis's visit in Dáil: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Pope Francis's two-day visit no reflection on Ireland's standing (Mar 22): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Learning from the Northern Ireland peace process: Leavenworth Times
Ernest Evans

Brexit border – Farmer's land could be cut in two for the second time and locals crave status quo: Irish Independent
Padraic Halpin

About to abandon Irish neutrality? (Mar 19): Southern Star

Harry and Meghan bring happiness on their visit to NI (Mar 24): The News Letter
Editorial

Police Scotland alerted to "shocking and vile" 'Smash a Fenian Day': The Herald
Martin Williams

Tuesday, March 27

Brexit talks on Irish border to begin in Brussels: BBC
John Campbell

Brexit more important than keeping Northern Ireland within the UK – poll: The News Letter
David Young

Brexit – Former Cabinet minister calls for Irish border issue to be handled 'very carefully': Irish Independent

Irish border 'priority' for new shadow SoS: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Labour's Owen Smith was 'no friend to unionists,' says Sammy Wilson: The News Letter

Brexit official tasked with solving Irish border issue quits: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Brexit threatens an end to Northern Ireland's era of 'civility': Financial Times
Arthur Beesley

Let's move on from 1920s thinking about the Irish border to make Brexit work for us all: Daily Telegraph
Emma Little-Pengelly

Now Labour, like EU, want to formalise the border pledge: The News Letter
Editorial

Some 'Mickey Mouse' shadow Assembly is not the way forward for us, insists O'Neill: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

SF chief calls for move on Irish language and same-sex marriage: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Hearing told GFA implementation not complete: Irish Echo

Bradley's job now is to take control and make decisions: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Naomi Long has her party playing the right tune as it looks to expand: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP criticises Sinn Féin's 'inaction' over changes to electoral map: The News Letter
David Young

Ian Paisley invites Donald Trump to visit Northern Ireland: BBC

Donald Trump raised issue of NI visit with me – Paisley: The News Letter

Bill Clinton set to receive Freedom Of Belfast: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Proposal to give Bill Clinton freedom of Belfast 'gimmick and stunt' – UUP's McGimpsey: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Former SDLP leader declines offer of freedom of Belfast: The News Letter

14-year-old victim tells of 'depraved' sectarian attack with bats: Belfast Telegraph

Disgust at north Belfast sectarian attack on teenager: The News Letter

Alarm over north Belfast sectarian attack: Irish News
Editorial

Bricks thrown at police in Belfast's New Lodge: BBC

Conor Murphy feels the pain of those who, like him, suffered violence at the hands of Malachy Finegan, so why won't he meet Paul Quinn's mother 10 years after his murder?: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

NI will never forget that SF promoted, endorsed and justified human rights abuses by IRA: The News Letter
Doug Beattie

Ex-soldiers to stand trial over murder of Official IRA man Joe McCann: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Report launched into UDA murder of teenager 25 years ago: Irish News
Connla Young

Criticism unfair, McGuinness would have expected Miriam's questions – Ahern: Irish Independent
Wayne O'Connor

Same-sex marriage bill for Northern Ireland to be introduced at Westminster in absence of power-sharing at Stormont: The Independent
Rob Merrick

'Little prospect' of progress for Westminster gay marriage bills – Donaldson: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

It's time to make Northern Ireland allow same-sex marriage: The Guardian
Conor McGinn

Concern over cross-border sport plan: The News Letter

Foster says anti-Semitism has no place in Northern Ireland following library attack: Belfast Telegraph

Irish Government may have been "manipulated" by the British if they expel Russian diplomats – Russian ambassador: Irish Mirror
William Dunne

Scotland seeks to define sectarianism in law: Financial Times
Mure Dickie

Why the SNP want to leave one Union but not another: The National (Scotland)
Alyn Smith

Monday, March 26

Donald Trump lines up surprise visit to the UK to 'visit both sides of Irish border as a Brexit troubleshooter': The Sun
David Wooding

Jeffrey Donaldson – British Brexit negotiators will demand guarantee of no border in Irish Sea: The Sunday Times
Stephen O'Brien

Why a hard Brexit Irish border would reopen a 'gaping wound' and wreck the Irish peace process: BusinessInsider.com
Thomas Colson

How old ghosts are haunting Ireland: The Guardian
Susan McKay

Labour wants cross-party alliance of Irish border issue: Irish News
Connla Young

'There ARE ways to do this' Davis vows to solve Brexit Irish border issue 'at all costs': Daily Express

Brexit – Hard border in NI 'inconceivable' for businesses: BBC

Labour proposing legal move to guarantee hard Irish border is avoided after Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
David Hughes

Time the media took a hard look at the Brexit fudge: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Labour bid to get commitment on no hard border: The News Letter

Brexit trade deal will help solve Border problem – Davis: The Irish Times
David Hughes

DUP confidence and supply deal undermined British government impartiality: Irish News
John Manley

Labour proposing legal move to guarantee hard Irish border is avoided after Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
David Hughes

Donald Trump's visit to Dublin could be good news for all of Britain
Editorial

Chain of events in Stormont could not have been predicted: RTE
Tommie Gorman

We can't stand still, so are we going forward or backwards?: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

We can't leave it to Sinn Féin to make the case for Irish unity: The Irish Times
Denis Bradley

Mary Lou worships a past that's not hers: Irish Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Families of IRA victims 'disgusted' at NY mayor over Adams honour: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

Thousands take part in walk for Martin McGuinness: ITV

Cross border charity walk is fitting tribute to Martin McGuinness, say family: Belfast Telegraph

A year since we lost our friend and leader Martin McGuinness (Mar 21): Irish News
Michelle O'Neill

MI5 surveillance requests in NI 'need more detail': The News Letter

PSNI attacked by youths throwing missiles in the New Lodge: Belfast Live
Chris Sherrard

Young unionist people 'need to learn' bonfire culture: The News Letter

Two states celebrate Sean O'Callaghan: Irish Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Mother of West Belfast teenager Damien Walsh calls for "truth" about killing: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Part of documentary about Loughinisland massacre to be screened in Westminster: Irish News
John Monaghan

Glmpse into taut lives of part-time soldiers in Northern Ireland Troubles (Mar 22): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Dolours Price interview gets film festival premiere: The Times
Jennifer O'Brien

Bishop of Derry Donal McKeown says there is still time for Pope Francis to 'reconsider decision' not to travel north: Irish News
John Monaghan

Pope's summer visit will never draw 1979 crowds: Irish Independent
Alan O'Keefe

Young Irish Mass attendance still 'remarkably high', numbers show: Irish Catholic
Colm Fitzpatrick

Peace park 'wrong place' for Dublin memorial to First World War dead: The Sunday Times
Eithne Shortall

UK refuses to reveal secret Irish history guide given to ministers: The Times
Brian Hutton

Highs and lows of the shamrockery of Irish in US this St. Patrick's Day: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
John Spain

Martin O'Neill hits back at Michael O'Neill in row over Northern born players playing for the Republic of Ireland: Irish Sun
Neil O'Riordan

'Stop enshrining sectarianism' in schools system, poll urges: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Corbyn must reconsider Brexit position: Irish News
Editorial

UK pulled into talks with Spain and EU about Gibraltar status after Brexit: The Independent
Jon Stone

Sunday, March 25

Sinn Féin seeking to sow division and render Northern Ireland dysfunctional, says DUP's Arlene Foster: Irish Independent
David Young

Shadow Assembly a 'retreat' from power-sharing and would lack credibility – Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Alliance leader Naomi Long criticises Tory/DUP relationship: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Labour seeks cross-party consensus on Irish border Brexit deal: The Observer
Toby Helm

Brexit Deal – Lost Irish leverage, or the UK 'getting real'?
Tony Connelly

Belfast Agreement 20 years on – a time to take stock (Mar 22): The Irish Times
Caroline Magennis

Patrick Kielty examines Good Friday Agreement legacy 20 years on (Mar 21): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

If Dublin is hostile to UK then so be it, but relations cannot stay the same and London must be hard in response: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Little sign of political vacuum at Stormont being filled (Mar 21): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Varadkar confirms Dublin's aggressive stance on the border (Mar 23): The News Letter
Editorial

Online trolls won't silence me, says DUP's Emma Little-Pengelly: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Tories fear DUP standing in GB election, claims Sammy Wilson (Mar 22): Belfast Telegraph
Dan O'Donoghue

Northern Ireland Orange hall petrol bomb attack 'shows intolerance of some toward unionist culture' – Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph

'Martin – a man at peace with his conscience': Derry Now
Michael Canny

Two priests from opposite sides of Northern Ireland's sectarian divide have something to say about forgiveness: WESA.fm
Matthew Bell

Pubs on lockdown in as thousands of football fans set to descend on city for pub bombings rally: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Hooded Man – 'They asked me to count to ten; I refused in case I couldn't do it': TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

The man from MI5 'asked us to execute' Haughey: Village
Joseph de Burca

The remarkable BBC film remembering Ireland's unfathomably bloody Funeral Murders (Mar 22): New Statesman
Rachel Cooke

Why 'fake news' about the early days of the civil rights movement is a setback to an inclusive future: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Vatican's missed a great opportunity by failing to extend Pope's visit to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Northern Ireland Catholics disappointed Pope won't cross border: CruxNow.com
Michael Kelly

Lack of enthusiasm for Pope Francis' visit to Ireland shows how much our country has changed: Irish Mirror
Siobhan O'Connor

Bloody Sunday survivor was drugged and raped – they said they'd show my mum pictures. Soon, I was having sex with TV stars and politicians' (Mar 22): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Two priests from opposite sides of Northern Ireland's sectarian divide have something to say about forgiveness: WESA.fm
Matthew Bell

'You can't eat flags' – Belfast-born director examines his Irish roots to direct 'Translations' (Mar 22): Washington Post
Nelson Pressley

RTE star's questions to Martin McGuinness were repulsive, says Sinn Féin's McDonald (Mar 22): Belfast Telegraph
Kevin Doyle

Paisley demands apology for RHI inquiry 'lies' (Mar 21): The News Letter

RHI was too complex to be run from Northern Ireland, inquiry hears: Belfast Telegraph

Application withdrawn for 'Orange Walk bar' in Borders town: The Scotsman
Kevin Janiak and Paul Kelly

Saturday, March 24

Solve border issue, May to tell EU leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Woodcock

Taoiseach wants to 'keep the UK as close to EU as possible' after Brexit: Irish Independent

Taoiseach defends Brexit talks strategy: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Taoiseach 'fixated' on Irish border: The News Letter

Varadkar calls for 'real engagement' from Britain as EU summit ends: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

'You're delusional!' Sinn Féin leader unleashes SCATHING attack on Brexit Britain: Daily Express
Darren Hunt

Unionists must wake up to the EU's support for Irish nationalism: The News Letter
David McNarry

EU approval of Brexit blueprint comes with Irish border warning: The Guardian
Daniel Boffey and Jennifer Rankin

MEP – we must not let Brexit be a betrayal like Anglo-Irish Agreement: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Robinson calls for talks as McGuinness portrait is unveiled: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Mary Lou McDonald plans to lead Sinn Féin from the front: Irish News
John Manley

Peacemakers Clinton and Mitchell are nominated for the freedom of Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Corbyn sacks shadow Northern Ireland Secretary of State: The News Letter

Decision to sack Smith 'a terrible Stalinist purge' – Peter Hain: Belfast Telegraph

Who is Owen Smith? Northern Ireland secretary sacked by Jeremy Corbyn after calling for a second Brexit referendum: The Sun
Chloe Kerr and Imogen Groome

Alleged dissident republican granted bail: Irish News

Northern Ireland council introduces first bonfire licensing scheme sparking anger: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Mid Ulster bonfire permit scheme 'like the act of a dictator': The News Letter

High Court rules Arlene Foster liable for costs in legacy case: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Door slams on TD's US visit: The Kerryman
Stephen Fernane

Shadowy keyboard warriors are out to blacken the Stack name: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Friends of Sean O'Callaghan tell why he was admired so much: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Chieftain's Walk in memory of Martin McGuinness this Sunday: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Pub bombs campaigner urges protesting football fans to shun violence and "make us proud": Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

It is deeply worrying that Ireland took this 'hooded men' case (Mar 20): The News Letter
Editorial

Martina Anderson in spotlight over IRA past after being named one of top 20 EU politicians that matter: Belfast Telegraph

Unionists will press council for vote on playground named after IRA man: The News Letter

GAA club defends Gibraltar Three decision: Irish News
Connla Young

DUP attempt to sign MPs up for football poaching ban is pointless and intimidatory – Sinn Féin: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Gerry Adams Day honour by New York mayor 'farcical' (Mar 20): The News Letter

Inappropriate to comment over Paisley 'lie' claims during RHI inquiry – Ofgem (Mar 22): Belfast Telegraph

Pope could herald new start for Catholic church in Ireland if he shows contrition: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Relaxed couple give royal seal of approval to peace-builders: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Ireland correct to stand with UK: The Irish Times
Editorial

Another test for our fantasy of neutrality: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Native Irish speakers – invisible minority or elitist clique? (Mar 22): The Irish Times
Jennifer O'Connell

The Funeral Murders, review: an unbiased account of the most fraught period in Northern Ireland's Troubles (Mar 19): Daily Telegraph
Gerard O'Donovan

The Funeral Murders review – masterful handling of a combustible narrative (Mar 19): The Guardian
Rebecca Nicholson

The Funeral Murders – 'They were like hyenas ripping their kill apart' (Mar 19): The Irish Times
Jennifer O'Connell

Labour call for £1m to tackle sectarianism (Mar 19): The Scotsman
Russell Jackson

Friday, March 23

Taoiseach Varadkar gives October deadline for Brexit Irish border issue: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit could undo Belfast Agreement, US committee warned: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

PM and Irish Taoiseach to hold face-to-face meeting: The News Letter

Fears for Ireland as border talks go on: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Ireland's EU warning – Show 'it's WORTH being in EU' by REJECTING UK demands, says Varadkar: Daily Express
Joey Millar

The Irish people should not let themselves be manipulated by Brussels: Daily Telegraph
John Longworth

Alliance Party sets out plan to break Stormont deadlock: BBC
Mark Devenport

Peter Robinson – Stormont leaders must return to talks to resolve crisis: Belfast Telegraph

Bradley doesn't want return to direct rule: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

US government agency calls on President Trump to appoint special envoy to Northern Ireland: Irish News
John Monaghan

Coveney blunders in on the British-Irish Conference: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

It is hard now to see where support for the shared society envisaged in 1998 will come from: The News Letter
Owen Polley

Trolling victim calls on Sinn Féin to ditch offensive accounts: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Sinn Féin's message still rooted in its past: The Times
David Davin Power

People living near interfaces across north Belfast frequenting areas previously considered 'out of bounds': Irish News
John Monaghan

Claim flags on bonfires could be banned under new government proposals: Belfast Telegraph

Leaked flags proposals 'not agreed by parties': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Bonfire licensing scheme a move forward: Irish News
Editorial

Martin McGuinness portrait unveiled in front of his widow and children: Belfast Telegraph

Enniskillen bomb victim 'sickened by glorification of Martin McGuinness': The News Letter

Martin McGuinness – a man much missed: Derry Now
Editorial

Son pleased at recognition of O'Callaghan role in fighting terror: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Trimble pays tribute to IRA killer turned spy Sean O'Callaghan at London service: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

O'Callaghan did a very unusual thing – freely admitting guilt: The News Letter
Editorial

Little-Pengelly slams Sinn Féin claims over RUC link to Milltown attack: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

The Gibraltar Three, Michael Stone, the corporals' murders ... when all a reporter could do was watch helplessly as the horror unfolded, and do their job afterwards (Mar 21): Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Dunmurry murder enveloped in murky claims of collusion: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

'Our father never recovered from having been a Hooded Man' – Derry family speak out: Derry Now
Sara Duddy

Family of murdered Catholic man take legal action against PSNI and MoD: Irish News
Connla Young

Parents of 12-year-old boy killed in the Warrington bombings reflect on the heartbreaking moment their lives changed forever – and learning to 'survive' without their son: Daily Mail
Unity Blott

Aidan McAnespie's family meet with Leinster House committee: Irish News
Connla Young

Bill on legalising same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland to go before Commons: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin politician Conor Murphy was abused by paedophile priest: The Times
David Young

Bradley must rethink stance on abuse inquiry recommendations – Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Pope Francis 'not welcome' in NI, says Rev David McIlveen: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Appeals for Pope to cross border on Irish visit: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

It's a shame that the Pope will not visit Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Hearing over costs in RTE defamation case brought by Nicky Kehoe to be heard next month: Irish Independent
Tim Healy

Hearing next months on cost of Kehoe defamation case: The Irish Times

Concerns over 'poaching' of Northern Ireland football players raised by DUP: The News Letter
Richard Wheeler

Derry footballers 'put off' by 'God save the Queen' and 'defunct flag of the old unionist regime' (Mar 16): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Sinn Féin TD suspended after defying party line on abortion (Mar 21): Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Thursday, March 22

EU to agree Brexit transition period, says Donald Tusk: The Guardian
Daniel Boffey and Jennifer Rankin

Britain is ducking Irish border after Brexit question, Dublin conference hears: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

Irish plot to smash Brexit – Dublin host Clegg and Adonis as border risks DERAILING talks: Daily Express
Joey Millar

Trouble at soft Border 'will inevitably lead to armed guards': Irish Independent
Wayne O'Connor

Sinn Féin taking Westminster seats 'counterproductive' for Remain: The News Letter

DUP's Foster says a border in Irish Sea after Brexit would be 'catastrophic' for Northern Ireland's economy: Belfast Telegraph

Irish Taoiseach hopes to agree EU-UK guidelines: Belfast Telegraph

Soft Brexit looking more likely: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Don't let the Brexiters turn Ireland into a new Cyprus: The Guardian
Andrew Adonis

Martin McGuinness 'missed by some unionists' as Sinn Féin man's portrait set to be unveiled at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Martin McGuinness sowed seeds of peace mourners told: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Eileen Paisley – McGuinness and I the same in eyes of God: Londonderry Sentinel
Adam Kula

Would McGuinness have helped bring back Stormont?: BBC
Gareth Gordon

McGuinness anniversary – 'The IRA killed Clive but we kept things to ourselves. Who would listen?': The News Letter
Adam Kula

Death has robbed Sinn Féin of huge personality of Martin McGuinness but it doesn't even need one: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Martin McGuinness's legacy still provokes strong reactions: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Martin McGuinness wanted future built on respect, I want us to deliver that: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle O'Neill

Martin McGuinness built the institutions up, then brought them crashing down ... but the truth is, without him, unionism has a problem: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

'DUP weight on Westminster' holds up talks on Stormont: The Times
Jennifer Bray

DUP are not a barrier to Stormont – Dodds: Belfast Telegraph

Commons passes bill on cutting MLA pay: BBC

Time to return political focus to the North: The Times
Cormac Lucey

Simon Coveney meets victims of the Troubles in Belfast: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Why the delay in giving pensions to the forgotten survivors of the Troubles brings shame on us all: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Supplanting our patron saint's day with one honouring Gerry Adams is laughable ... unless, that is, you're a victim of terror: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Seanad hears calls for Sinn Féin senator to explain Stack tweet: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Sinn Féin Shame: The Times
Editorial

Plan to divide Northern Ireland town into three constituencies: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Thousands object to Sinn Féin's bilingual signage plan: The News Letter

Sinn Féin 'ignoring' result of consultation over bus signs in Irish: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Flags commission says report 'incomplete' after Jamie Bryson leaks draft proposals: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Memorial Service held in London for IRA killer turned informer Seán O'Callaghan: Irish Post
Ryan Price

RUC's success against loyalists disproves lies of republican 'war of words', claims former officer: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Gerry Adams calls on Irish government to appeal hooded men judgement: Belfast Telegraph

'Hooded man' Francie McGuigan to address Free Derry rally: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Hooded men – 'While there's breath in my body I'll fight to prove it was torture. This makes me very, very angry': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Local delegation travels to Warrington to remember victims of IRA bombing: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Stone acted alone at Milltown, insists Stitt: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

GAA event honouring Gibraltar Three angers DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Derry needs its own Passport Office – Kelly: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Pope Francis announces visit to Ireland in the summer: Belfast Telegraph

Abuse scandal makes NI papal trip 'highly unlikely': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Wednesday, March 21

There will be no UK Brexit deal if Irish border issue is not resolved – Simon Coveney: Irish Independent
John Downing

Leo Varadkar warns final agreement still to be reached on Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

Ireland can rely on Germany's 'unconditional' support during Brexit negotiations – Angela Merkel: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Call made for British government to ensure there is no hard border to protect rights of North: Derry Now

Barnier upbeat on Brexit border backstop: BBC
John Campbell

No physical border possible, customs expert tells MPs: The News Letter

Swedish expert offers post-Brexit Irish border solution: BBC
John Campbell

Hard Brexit to cost Irish households €1,360 a year: Irish Examiner
Catherine Shanahan

Border region 'will be the biggest casualty' of Brexit: The Times
Peter O'Dwyer

Ireland's border is a problem it can't afford to leave unsolved: The Guardian
Charles Grant

Welcome progress but questions remain: The Irish Times
Editorial

DUP now needs a fresh pledge from London on border: The News Letter
Editorial

British-Irish body to meet on North stalemate: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

'UK needs time to ponder North talks': The Times
Jennifer Bray and Patrick Maguire

DUP politicians 'ready to get back into Government without preconditions': The News Letter
Elizabeth Arnold

Northern Irish politicians face £13,600 pay cut if power-sharing not restored: The Sun
Matt Dathan

DUP call to look at 'loophole' of foreign party donations: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Sinn Féin MP calls for investigation into DUP's link to analytics company AggregateIQ: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin will not seek resignation of suspended Senator Maire Devine: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Party leaders unite in call for Sinn Féin senator to resign over Stack tweet: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and Shona Murray

Son of murdered prison officer slams SF leaders over retweet: Herald.ie
Kevin Doyle

Varadkar – Devine offence comparable with McElduff Kingsmill insult: The Irish Times
Derek Scally and Vivienne Clarke

'I think the mask has slipped again' – Labour leader says Sinn Féin senator should resign over Stack tweet: Irish Independent
Wayne O'Connor

Sinn Féin has had a very bumpy few years on social media – how will it weather this latest storm?: TheJournal.ie
Cormac Fitzgerald

Frustrating Sinn Féin leader McDonald brings so much disappointment: Belfast Telegraph
Kevin Doyle

Inconsistent and dishonest – Sinn Féin's bubble floats on hypocrisy: Irish Examiner
Editorial

European court shies away from torture finding in 'hooded men' case: The Irish Times
Colm Keena

Anger over ruling that British army did not use torture in Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'Hooded Men' vow to fight on over torture case: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Appeal decision is 'a green light to torture' says 'Hooded Men' campaigner: Portadown Times
Carmel Robinson

'Hooded men' – dissenting judge says approach unduly narrow: The Irish Times
Colm Keena

People will ask if Dublin plans to back IRA victims as it did the 'hooded men': The News Letter
Doug Beattie

Sinn Féin MLA's tweet linking RUC to Stone's terror attack at funeral in Belfast 'ridiculous and offensive': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'It's a fact' – Sinn Féin's O Muilleoir stands by claims of RUC link to terror attack at Milltown Cemetery funeral: Belfast Telegraph

Corporals' murders – I was operating under a policy not to deploy, says RUC commander: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Corporals Wood and Howes killed in Belfast 'mistakenly identified as SAS': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

25 years on – Minute's silence held in Warrington to remember children killed by IRA bomb: Irish Post
Aidan Lonergan

Young boys killed in IRA bomb 'did not die in vain', families say: Irish Independent
Nathan Sandhu

Young Unionists against bilingual signs at Queen's University: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

People disabled in Troubles treated as an 'embarrassing inconvenience': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

John Boreland murder – Man found guilty of providing car used in killing: Belfast Live
John Cassidy

We should have warned Arlene Foster over RHI, says Northern Ireland's top mandarin: iNews.co.uk
Sam McBride

Inappropriate for UK to intervene in abuse inquiry, says Karen Bradley: The News Letter
Jon Vale and Richard Wheeler

Tuesday, March 20

No Brexit agreement on Irish border: BBC
John Campbell

Dublin insists UK must not 'backslide' on Irish border issue as David Davis targets Brexit transition deal: Daily Telegraph
Jack Maidment

DUP unconcerned at renewed UK pledge to 'backstop': The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson, Simon Carswell and Harry McGee

Brexit – Border could move to Irish Sea as EU backstop plan that angered May remains in place: Belfast Telegraph

Backstop option for Brexit 'unacceptable' – UUP's Nicholson: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit fallback deal on border is 'legally firm': Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Coveney's call for conference on North 'blocked by London': The Times
Jennifer Bray

Canada-type deal was 'not a magic pill' for seamless border, says ambassador: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

For this city in Northern Ireland, Brexit is a big headache: KAZU.org
Matthew Bell

Brexit deal removes bottleneck but Border quandary remains: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Brexit analysis – Deal is a holding of the line for Ireland: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Let's start preparing now for a hard border: The Times
Eamon Delaney

Northern Ireland could be the issue over which Brexit talks collapse: The Independent
Jonathan Powell

Peter Weir – 'Devolution is best form of government for Northern Ireland, at some point we'll get back to that': Belfast Telegraph

Border problems only magnifying existing tensions: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Yet again, the business sector is left to sell Northern Ireland abroad... meanwhile the party leaders just sit on their hands: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Gosling

DUP 'should consider abandoning Tories' over EU plan: The News Letter

IRSP launch Irish unity referendum campaign: Irish News

United Ireland campaign is based on a delusion: The Irish Times
John Wilson Foster

Gerry Adams hands off to Mary Lou McDonald who sets her course in US: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Tour guides report huge interest in Martin McGuinness sites: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Series of Derry events this week to mark Martin McGuinness's anniversary: Derry Now

Bertie Ahern – History will be kind to Martin McGuinness: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Donegal butcher forced to emigrate remembers darker side of Martin McGuinness: Londonderry Sentinel

New York Mayor de Blasio's 'Gerry Adams Day' declaration leaves IRA victims outraged: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Remarks on Adams by De Blasio reflect deeper problem with legacy: The News Letter
Editorial

Tricolours taken down after being flown from scaffolding at Protestant church: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Loyalist flags designed to provoke on St Patrick's Day: Irish News

Human rights court to rule if 'hooded men' were tortured: The Irish Times
Colm Keena

RUC officers speak of Milltown murders chaos for first time: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

On the brink of civil war – The two dark weeks that still haunt Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

I will apologise for security force killings – perhaps someone will apologise for corporal killings in W. Belfast: The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

Who is Michael Stone and where is he now?: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Decency survived despite the barbarity: The Irish Times
Fergal Keane

Shocking photographs show how lardy loyalist monster Michael Stone, whose graveyard grenade attack left three dead and 60 injured, soaked up sun in Portugal after release under Good Friday Agreement: Irish Sun
Jason Johnson and Emma James

IRA ambush survivor relives night fiancee Jillian Johnston was murdered by his side: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Gardaí refuse to reveal details of meeting about British spy: The Times
Ellen Coyne

DUP MP Pengelly posts St Patrick's Day message in Irish: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

'Absolutely indefensible and inexcusable' – Sinn Féin suspend Senator for three months over controversial retweet: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Mary Lou McDonald criticised over 'standard three months non-sanction' for senator: Irish Examiner

Sinn Féin to hold ardfheis in June to debate its abortion policy: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Monday, March 19

Stormont – NI secretary 'will not impose timetable': BBC

UK must agree on border deal in Brexit negotiations: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Ireland will not be 'blocking' Brexit deal, says Varadkar: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Frontier peer Hay attacks nationalists for using Brexit to undermine the North: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Damage limitation rather than Brexit blame game should be the priority now: Sunday Independent
Colm McCarthy

Where does Ireland fit in Europe now? (Mar 17): The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

Doug Beattie – NIO 'ducking and diving' on legacy: The News Letter

Ian Paisley jnr – 'Trump would be very welcome in the North': The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Leo Varadkar's olive branch more important than Doonbeg: Irish Independent
Eoghan Harris

Am I Irish? Northern Irish? British? Ulster Irish? (Mar 14): The Irish Times
Yvonne Watterson

Persuading unionists on unity: How far would you go?: Derry Now
Pat McArt

Disgust at New York honour of 'Gerry Adams Day': Sunday Independent
Cormac McQuinn and Jason O'Brien

Labour leader says proclamation of 'Gerry Adams Day' in New York is 'unfortunate and inappropriate': Newstalk.com
Stephen McNeice

Queen's University Belfast row shows the bilingual signs debate must not get lost in translation: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

West Tyrone candidate backs Dungiven's opposition to 'gerrymander': Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

MI5 should provide more detail for surveillance warrants in NI, says ex-watchdog: Belfast Telegraph

Bemusement as Union Jack erected over Crown Buildings in Derry: Derry Now

Teenagers could be sent to Battle of Boyne site in bid to stop bonfire trouble (Mar 16): Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Any changes on bonfires 'must be community-led' (Mar 17): Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

The Sinn Féin bookstore made €350,000 last year... but things could still be better: TheJournal.ie
Cianan Brennan

The Funeral Murders – unpicking one of the darkest chapters in the Northern Ireland conflict: Daily Telegraph
Vanessa Engle

Guns, grenades and lynchings – Revisiting the funeral murders: The Irish Times
John Ware

Pub bombings campaigner to speak at huge football supporter demo in Birmingham: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Advocate General to make INLA men inquest decision: Irish News
Connla Young

Sporting success story after reaching out in bomb aftermath (Nov 15): Impartial Reporter
Lily Dane

Barnardo's has done itself no favours at all by using Sinn Féin to support new campaign (Mar 12): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Agriculture officials flagged up language obligations to DUP minister: Irish News
Connla Young

Gregory Campbell advised British government will not re-open British Passport Office: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Taoiseach says one name has been suggested for the next US ambassador to Ireland: TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

Ireland cannot ignore its neighbour's plight: The Times
Jason O'Mahony

Catholics in Scotland are the biggest target of hate crime: The Sunday Times
John Boothman

Sectarianism in Scottish football: Neil Lennon – 'It is better now, but there is no place for it' (Mar 14): BBC
Brian McLauchlin

Sunday, March 18

Rise in Sinn Féin support since McDonald elected as leader, opinion poll suggests: RTE

New Sinn Féin Leader Has a Familiar Task – Wooing Irish-Americans: New York Times
Liam Stack

Remembering Martin – 'We were very lucky to have him': Derry Journal
Mary Lou McDonald

New York Mayor declares March 17 "Gerry Adams Day" in NYC: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

New York Mayor slammed by IRA victim after declaring 'Gerry Adams Day': The News Letter

US brewer's tribute to Gerry Adams is hard to swallow (Mar 15): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Scottish Greens conference – Brexit could ignite Ulster powder keg: The National (Scotland)

Question about NI staying in customs union tests unionist limits to devolution: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Brexit and the imaginary invisible Border (Mar 16): The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

MI5 in driving seat and not the police, says woman whose house was raided (Mar 15): Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

We need more action and less pontificating over annual insanity: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Why are unionist causes beyond the pale among so-called activist academics at Northern Ireland's two universities? (Mar 8): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

'Battle of Bogside' minister in ODNB: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Questions over 'theft' of frozen Libyan assets: The News Letter

PSNI is in dire need of more manpower (Mar 5): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Failure to act will cause further harm to Troubles victims: Belfast Telegraph
Judith Thompson

English people only care about Ireland on St Patrick's Day: The Independent
Tess Davidson

Varadkar says he is proud to walk in New York parade with partner Matt: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Concerns over 'scandalous' secrecy at Stormont (Mar 14): ITV

RHI inquiry chairman warns against media 'sensationalism' in wake of outcry over civil service minute taking (Mar 15): Belfast Telegraph

Time for London to wake up to the reality of Ireland's trade border after Brexit: The Irish Times

Stuff your Freedom of Information – Our democracy is at risk when civil servants hide the truth: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

New BBC drama – 'It is an honour to tell the stories of IRA bomb victims' (Mar 16): The News Letter

Police probe landmine attack claims made by ex-IRA man in book (Mar 13): Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

'We do NOT support EU Army' Ireland TURNS on Brussels in shock security broadside: Daily Express
Joey Millar

Controversial Offensive Behaviour at Football Act repealed by Scottish Parliament (Mar 16): Scottish Daily Record
Laura Paterson Lynsey Bews

How the Irish Could Still Save Civilization: New York Times
Timothy Egan

Brexit is turning Scotland more Canadian (Mar 9): Toronto Globe and Mail
Julia Rampen

I still get called an orange b*****d, but players must learn to turn the other cheek (Mar 16): The Herald
Steven Thompson

Offensive Behaviour at Football Act misses point on the reality of sectarianism: The Herald

Saturday, March 17

Karen Bradley on the Border – 'We will make it work': The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Frictionless Ireland border cannot in place in time for Brexit – MPs: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Irish border remains a Brexit hurdle, say EU sources: The Guardian
Jennifer Rankin

Britain 'must accept EU terms on Irish border after Brexit': The Times
Bruno Waterfield and John Walsh

Brexit secretary urged to witness frictionless border first-hand: Irish News
John Manley

Brexit chief David Davis still to border in Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Vale

Border infrastructure not needed – Campbell: The News Letter
Peter Hutcheon

'Counter Dublin's EU propaganda' says UUP: The News Letter

May urged to back down on Irish border or risk deadlock: The Times
Bruno Waterfield and John Walsh

This DUP-Tory pact will fall apart – but we'll have to live with its toxic legacy: The Guardian
Mary Lou McDonald

Stormont logjam would still exist if Martin McGuinness' were alive, says son: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Remembering Martin – 'Martin was a good friend and a great leader': Derry Journal
Gerry Adams

Talking up Trump is borderline madness: The Times
Liam Fay

DUP MP's Trump card as St Patrick's delegation visits Washington: The News Letter

Tide's turned in Washington – now unionism's voice being heard by US President: Belfast Telegraph
Ian Paisley

Mainstream Protestants left alienated by Hibernian politicisation of St Patrick's Day: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

St Patrick's Day is an opportunity for shared celebration across Ireland... and rugby win will make it all the sweeter: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Arlene Foster won't be in U.S. for St. Patrick's Day: Impartial Reporter

Post 'Troubles,' Anti-British Banner Still Flies in St. Patrick's Parade: New York Times
Corey Kilgannon

Paramilitaries not controlling most bonfire nights – PUP leader Billy Hutchinson: The News Letter

Unionist parties warned over bonfire report: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Loyalist Mark Harbinson to defend himself at trial: Irish News

Foster 'should not be liable for legal costs': BBC
Vincent Kearney

DUP MP Ian Paisley participated in 'very intimidating' group conference call to Ofgem official in attempt to change RHI tariff (Mar 16): Irish News
John Monaghan

Michael Stone – Milltown Cemetery gunman's murder weapons used again...by republicans: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Mum of young woman shot 27 times in attack IRA said was mistake, still seeking justice: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Radicals on both sides were wrong says young star of Martin Lynch civil rights play (Mar 15): Irish News
Gail Bell

Unionists pay tribute to ex-politician who survived 1977 IRA bomb attack: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Traumatised after being injured, haunted by faces of murdered colleagues – Play gives voice to ex-UDR and Royal Irish members (Mar 14): Belfast Telegraph
Philip Orr

US brewery withdraws 'Gerry Adams' beer and apologises for offence: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Sister of IRA victim praises US brewery as it pulls Adams' beer off market: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

The revelations about child abuse are insult to memory of St Patrick: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

UK defends secrecy deals for firms involved in border consultations: The Guardian
Jessica Elgot

Tomorrow Ireland will come together as never before for St Patrick's Day and the rugby. Wouldn't it just be great if it was like this all the time? (Mar 16): Belfast Telegraph
Martin O'Brien

Late return of the man Irish history forgot (Mar 11): Sunday Independent
Dermot Meleady

More Gaelscoileanna must be opened to breathe life into Irish (Mar 13): The Irish Times
Caoimhín Ó hEaghra

Rangers and Celtic fork out £500k to police Old Firm games: The Scotsman
Russell Jackson

Rangers pay more for policing Old Firm games than Celtic despite having smaller stadium: Scottish Daily Record
Peter Davidson

Scotland's mixed workplaces and pubs makes living in sectarian bubble 'hard work': The Herald
Alistair Grant

Hate crime probe after sectarian chants on Edinburgh to Glasgow train: The Scotsman
Rohese Devereux Taylor

Friday, March 16

Stormont – British-Irish conference return 'could signal direct rule': BBC
Gareth Gordon

Doubts over who calls the shots in DUP leaving Stormont talks in limbo warns Sinn Féin: Irish News
David Young

Foster's response to Varadkar sets the right tone: The News Letter
Editorial

Donald Trump may visit Ireland in 2019: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Donald Trump keenly interested in border and Taoiseach willing to facilitate visit: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

White House meeting – Varadkar says he believes Trump will be 'very much on our side' on border issue: Irish Independent
Jason O'Brien and Philip Ryan

Donald Trump's planned border visit raises Brexit stakes: Irish News
Editorial

Trump's Patrick's Day snub of Irish leaders a big mistake: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

Ian Paisley tweets picture with Donald Trump and Sinn Féin-supporting Congressman: Belfast Telegraph

US fails to issue Martin Ferris visa in time for US tour: The Irish Times
Kevin Cullen

Brexit – Theresa May warned hard Irish border can only be avoided if UK stays aligned with EU rules for time being: The Independent
Rob Merrick

Irish border remains biggest obstacle to Brexit deal: Financial Times
Alex Barker, George Parker and Jim Pickard

DUP MPs back Westminster report that criticises British government's lack of proposals for frictionless border: Irish News
John Manley

Rees-Mogg condemns claims over Brexit threat to N Ireland peace: Belfast Telegraph

Fears Brexit Will Spark Violence in Northern Ireland Are Exaggerated, Says DUP Leader: Wall Street Journal
Jason Douglas

Ireland Funds raises record $1 million at D.C. gala attended by Taoiseach Varadkar: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

MP – QUB must protect unionist students: The News Letter

Students hold protest demanding respect for Irish: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Bilingual campus signs will make minority feel even more isolated: The News Letter
Editorial

Sinn Féin claims constituency plan for NI is 'flawed': BBC
Mark Devenport

UUP's Lord Empey accuses Sinn Féin of 'utter hypocrisy' over boundary commission accusations: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Why are the DUP being handed so much power in the latest boundary change?: The Independent
Francie Molloy

NI launch for new pro-Brexit party founded by forces veterans: The News Letter

I found out what happened when a mother took her son to be kneecapped in Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Sinéad O'Shea

Mary Lou McDonald defends using Provo slogan: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI defends not referring officer's affair with criminal gang associate to ombudsman: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Man charged over loyalist murder granted bail: The News Letter

AOH to hold annual St Patrick's Day parade in Cookstown: Irish News
Connla Young

RHI inquiry – official tells of 'intimidating' lobbying call with Paisley: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Paramilitary Crime Task Force seizes INLA evidence in Londonderry raids: Londonderry Sentinel

Those leprechauns don't tell the whole story: Montreal Gazette
Patrick McKenna

Begorrahs begone – Educating my Canadian neigbours about the real Ireland on St Patrick's Day: The Irish Times
Patrick McKenna

Holyrood to repeal football bigotry law: BBC

Scottish football accused of sweeping sectarianism under carpet: BBC
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