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Tuesday, May 15

Britain is Ireland's closest ally, says Kenny: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

McGuinness urges people to help police jail RAAD members: Londonderry Sentinel

Republican dissidents 'still a threat to peace': Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Beatings and shootings by Republican vigilantes force hundreds of young men out of Britain's new City of Culture: Daily Mail
Jill Reilly

Wouldn't it be great if the only shots were in our coffee not knees?: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

The growth of secret 'evidence' and the case of Marian Price: TheDetail.tv
Daniel Holder

Robinson rejects Alliance criticism over sectarianism: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Jonathan Bell apologises over golf club sectarianism comments: BBC
Mark Devenport

'Sinn Fein intent on removing British tradition' – McCrea: Mid Ulster Mail

Flags debate continues: Londonderry Sentinel

Flag issue flies in the face of good sense – Union Jack should fly in Dublin: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Tolerance and respect key to our shared future: Belfast Telegraph
Michael O'Flaherty

Derry SF endorse Anderson for Europe: Derry Journal

MAC set to honour murdered schoolboy Thomas Devlin: Belfast Telegraph

Troubles' trauma can 'take its toll': Derry Journal

Belfast vigil held for teenage gun victim Martha Campbell: BBC

Easter Rising to be marked at Stormont: BBC

Allister Calls for Official Marking of RUC Centenary: Ballymena Times

'Pints for Peace' toasts Friends Forever: Portsmouth Herald
Jennifer Feals

Ireland tourism drive needs Lambegs as well as leprechauns: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

UK and Ireland 'need linked travel zone': The Scotsman

Pact stops SF motion against mayor: Irish Examiner
Eoin English

SF's policy is hypocrisy – on both sides of Border: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

'Bombs were often going off as I trained in Belfast': The Independent
Mary Peters

Exhibit to mark queen's visit: Irish Examiner
Seán McCárthaigh

Scottish independence 'needs second question': The Independent
Mark McLaughlin

Scotland must secede from more than just the UK if it wants independence: Caledonian Mercury
Russell Cavanagh

Monday, May 14

UUP men hit out at Kenny over victims: The News Letter

Breaking down walls in divided Belfast: Toronto Star
Rick Westhead

Sectarianism still deeply rooted in NI – Community Relations Council: RTE

End of Northern Ireland peace lines is aim of week: BBC

Hope on the road to reconciliation: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Derry – city of culture, city of fear: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Derry – fear and republican vigilantes stalk new city of culture: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Dissident arrests in Lurgan: UTV

Dissident republican suspects arrested in Strabane released: BBC

Marian Price being interned says SDLP's Alban Maginness: BBC

Man who named garda was shot, tribunal told: The News Letter

Kelly's Bar bomb families 'want answers': UTV

We will not accept pay cuts, warns PSNI union (May 12): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

'Many in middle class vote Sinn Féin': The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Revival bid for Labour Party as Derry branch is launched: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Kenny to address British-Irish assembly at Dublin meeting: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

British-Irish trade is discussed at event in Dublin: BBC

Gerry's holiday hideaway that was once a nerve centre for republican leadership: Irish Independent

Church of Ireland Synod blasted for 'homophobia' after vote on marriage: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Bishop rejects liberal's claim: The News Letter

CoI increasingly like warring UUP: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Scottish Soccer Fans To American Savior – No Thanks, Yank (May 11): Time.com
Bill Saporito

Old Firm fans fury after US magazine brands them 'vile and violent': Scottish Daily Record
Mark Walker

Rangers takeover – Green future for rescued Rangers: The Scotsman
Stephen Halliday

Sunday, May 13

Five arrests in dissident probe: UTV

Dissident republican suspects arrested in Strabane released: BBC

Real IRA brothers use an axe to hack off victim's fingers: Evening Herald

Plea for republican Price 'gravely ill' in prison despite case's collapse: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

True reconciliation is not about sectarian carve-ups: Belfast Telegraph
Inez McCormack

Fury as Sinn Fein oppose soldier's name going on town war memorial: Portadown Times

Adams is in no position to lecture anyone on abuse: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

'I very nearly bled to death in a cell' – Financer Ted Cunningham reveals what prison was REALLY like after money laundering conviction is quashed: Irish Mail on Sunday
Edna Leahy

Irish FA 'disappointed' by James McClean NI comments: BBC

Disturbing snub to Ulster by Coalition (May 10): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Under-fire church to break from tradition: Sunday Independent
Joanna Kiernan

Protestant schools 'weary' following cuts, synod is told (May 12): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Same sex marriages – Be honest on how we live our lives (May 11): Irish Examiner
Editorial

SNP dismiss politician's demand for referendum on future of the monarchy: Scottish Daily Record
Mark Aitken

Saturday, May 12

'More nationalists are liaising with PSNI' – Irwin: Newry Times
Paul Malone

You can't put a price on saving human lives: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Simpson

Seeing is believing when it comes to the justice system: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Conviction in Northern Bank case overturned: The Irish Times
Conor Lally & Aodhán O'Faoláin

Cunningham 'may fight to get seized £2.4m back': Irish Independent
Tim Healy and Edel O'Connell

Appeal success rooted in result of unrelated case: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Price court case will continue – PPS: UTV

Families flee homes after Dungiven gun attack: Derry Journal

'Dealer' paraded as RAAD attacks go on: Derry Journal

Dissident republican suspects arrested in Toome, Omagh, Pomeroy and Carrickmore: BBC

Man who warned of Garda IRA mole named: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Heated exchanges over unmasking of RUC source at Smithwick Tribunal: BBC

The Special Criminal Court had inadvertently enabled two dedicated terrorists to return to their trade (May 11): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Miriam tells of Twitter messages of hate to her family: Irish Independent
John Costello

Shallow, cynical and wrong: The Irish Times
Editorial

McAleeses Honoured With Tipperary Peace Award (May 10): Tipperary Star

Think then speak, McClean warned after Sunderland winger's Catholic outburst: Daily Mail
Colin Young

Crusaders boss Stephen Baxter says Derry would boost Irish League: BBC

Cardinal Brady Should Resign: The Spectator
Alex Massie

NSW opposition denounce return of royal oath: IrishEcho (Australia)
Luke O'Neill

Queen 'may not remain monarch of an independent Scotland': Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Friday, May 11

Martin McGuinness signals he is ready to meet Queen if Sinn Fein leadership green lights historic U-turn: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Charges against Marian Price and three Derry men dismissed: The Irish Times

DUP criticise DPP for dropping Derry Easter rally charge: BBC

New bid to release veteran republican Marian Price: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

32% of prison officers want to retire: Londonderry Sentinel

Strip search bid 'must be reviewed' (May 8): UTV

UUP want Ardoyne initiative to extend to Drumcree impasse: Portadown Times

Impact of Human Rights Act on law in North highlighted: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Labour Party relaunches in Foyle: Derry Journal

New inquiry over Omagh bomb presented: UTV

Inquest decision a devastating blow for McCaughey and Grew families: Tyrone Times

Starrs anniversary on Sunday: Derry Journal

Plaques dedicated in honour of RUC and UDR members: Larne Times

Mark Harbinson wins prison privileges challenge: BBC

Tragedy is opportunity for conflict resolution envoys: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

No regrets... McClean puts brave face on closing Twitter account after death threats: Daily Mail
Colin Young

'Catholics don't feel comfortable playing for Northern Ireland': Irish Independent
Daniel McDonnell

£6.4m Lottery windfall for Maze project: The News Letter

Sammy needs to act on falling euro before we pay the price: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

SDLP meets with Foster over Narrow Water Bridge: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Constitution could benefit from radical reappraisal (May 10): The Irish Times
Donncha O'Connell

English students to gain free tuition at Scottish universities by claiming Irish grandparents: Daily Mail
Tim Bugler

Referendum debate boost to Scotland's brand image: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Thursday, May 10

'Ardoyne-style talks' wanted at Drumcree: UTV

'We shot up Dungiven house' – North Derry Republican Group: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Tribunal no power to deal with QC complaint: BBC

Ballyclare rioting accused in court: Newtownabbey Times

Groups appeal to Clinton: Irish Echo

Omagh relatives to meet Paterson: Belfast Telegraph

Troubles linked to mental illness: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein intent on removing 'all traces of British tradition': Mid Ulster Mail

Martin McGuinness – Lay off James McClean, his choice should be respected: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Beacom

Don't be a tweet: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

BBC and UTV defeat Garda demand for footage: BBC

Gardai pocketed €3,500 each for overtime during VIP visits: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Minister gives go-ahead for Irish-speaking school in Cookstown: Belfast Telegraph

Ruane calls for public support for Narrow Water Bridge (May 2): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Priests rise up in quiet revolt against Rome: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Brady has failed in Christian duty (May 7): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Evil, militant anti-Christian secularism is simply a myth (May 7): The Irish Times
David Robert Grimes

Ó Cuív takes a vow of silence: IrishTimes.com
Deaglán de Bréadún

Ó Cuív toes the line – Pointless buffoonery (May 9): Irish Examiner
Editorial

O Cuiv is now nothing but a busted flush: Irish Independent
Editorial

Salmond calls on all Scots to celebrate Queen's jubilee: The Herald
Helen McArdle

Scottish independence – Four out of 10 North Sea oil firms 'concerned': The Scotsman
Frank Urquhart

Wednesday, May 9

We're ready to back TUV Bill banning ex-prisoners from adviser roles, reveals SDLP man: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Terrorists excluded from victim definition: The News Letter

Time for proper definition of victim: The News Letter
Tom Elliott

We can't let our Troubles victims suffer any longer: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Ruane set for European parliament role: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Sinn Fein's Martina Anderson quits Stormont to replace de Brun in Europe: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Sinn Fein accused of seeing everything 'through a green mist': Mid Ulster Mail

Police bill for informers – £430,000 in one year... is highest level yet: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

PSNI informers 'must act within law': UTV

Paid informants – Playing a dangerous game for a small fistful of money: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Businessman challenged RAAD on extortion claim: Derry Journal

Real IRA shooting victim was mistaken identity – Gardai: Belfast Telegraph

New 'Mr Big' calls off hit on RIRA mobster: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Enda Kenny regrets lack of British govt inquiry into Pat Finucane murder: RTE

Ex-garda accused of being IRA informer: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Republic star McClean leaves Twitter after abuse from Northern Ireland fans: Daily Mail
Colin Young

McClean quits Twitter after death threats: Irish Examiner
Darren Norris

MP urges footballer to take responsibility: The News Letter

Would .ni be a more neutral email address?: Mid Ulster Mail

Pension age rise will 'damage Northern Ireland devolution': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin joins Ireland's austerity backlash: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Vote should prompt rebuttal of SF claims: Irish Independent
Editorial

Ó Cuív opts to stay in FF in spite of treaty views: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

McGuinness blames Vatican for 'major failing': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Council chief – City's parade plan is flawed: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Tuesday, May 8

Bid to stop victim tag for terrorists: The News Letter

DUP-Sinn Fein tension over advisers: BBC
Mark Devenport

Questions about McGuinness haven't gone away, you know: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

'British Secretary of State doesn't care about people in the North' – Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Suspicious package at police station: UTV

Derry parents urged not to send children to be shot: BBC

Price of keeping a lid on crime gangs: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

The things that shaped Tom and the things that Tom has shaped: Belfast Media

Bobby Sands death was moment when all changed in Northern Ireland – Turning point for 'The Troubles' reached 31 years ago this week: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Competing forces must not hamper the City of Culture: Belfast Telegraph
Ruairi O'Kane

Belfast's immoral 'conflict tourism': Guardian.co.uk
Chris Jenkins

Sunderland star James McClean gets death threats on Twitter after Republic of Ireland call-up: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Rangers fans stand united behind club: The News Letter

Victim says church hasn't changed and demands Cardinal Brady resign (May 6): (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

Respecting the Queen is not a reason for Jubilee celebrations: The Herald
Colette Douglas Home

Independence is not overriding priority for all (May 6): Scotland on Sunday
Editorial

Monday, May 7

Dissident republicans 'have remote detonation capability': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF advisor's pay held over 'security checks': The News Letter

Salary row over Sinn Fein aide: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'My son is not a drug dealer' – dad: Derry Journal

'Creation of PCSP's will bring more accountable policing' – Ruane: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Politicians to attend conference on flags: Newtownabbey Times

Protestants and Catholics learn to get on: Londonderry Sentinel

Working together to build better future: The News Letter

Respect and openness to stamp out sectarianism: Lurgan Mail

The living and the dead both have key roles to play: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Belfast Sinn Fein Lord Mayor has a ball at Windsor Park: Belfast Telegraph

Martin must find a unique cause to rally public support for the forgotten party of Irish politics (May 6): Sunday Independent
Celia Larkin

No major impact on trade from strong sterling rate: Donegal Democrat
Matt Britton

'Redress victims before embassy reopens': Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

A sense of hope for a future when non-Catholics may go elsewhere (May 1): The Irish Times

Ending an injustice (Mar 26): Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Prison officer who made death threats to Celtic boss Neil Lennon escapes charges: Scottish Daily Record

The backlash is building against Londongrad (May 5): The Scotsman
Gerry Hassan

Sunday, May 6

Finance department will not pay for McArdle replacement: BBC

'Support not punishment' the key to tackling Derry's drug problem – urges Opportunity Youth: Derry Journal

'No hope of flags agreement': Newtownabbey Times

IRA men's families reject shoot-to-kill verdicts: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Death of Bobby Sands in 1981 put human face to Northern Ireland's 'Troubles': New York Daily News
Larry McShane

Time to stop nitpicking - say sorry and then shut up: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

UK 'bound for second tier Europe' (May 4): Belfast Telegraph

Prisoners may walk free in legal blunder (Apr 28): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

The Irish church I love is falling apart (May 5): The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Sectarian Facebook chat could cost employers: The Scotsman
Emma Cowing

Rangers goalkeeper Grant Adam fined £500 for sectarian song: Scottish Daily Record
Ashlie McAnally

Scottish independence – Now for the referendum, says Alex Salmond: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Queen's advisers call for an end to use of the term 'Empire' in honours: The Observer
Daniel Boffey

Saturday, May 5

Do your job, senior judge orders PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Belfast teenager shot by appointment: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Drug support group calls on RAAD to stop attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Lurgan security alert declared a hoax: Lurgan Mail

RIRA headstone smashed: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

EC intervenes in funding row over 'IRA memorial': The News Letter

Fr Gary to join new Ardoyne parade group (Apr 25): Fermanagh Herald

Man granted soldier murder appeal following waterboarding evidence: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

DPP won't oppose Northern Ireland death sentence case appeal: Belfast Telegraph

Dad's Army is to go back to billet: Belfast Media

Returning Mercian Regiment troops are stars of Holywood: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Martin needs to take strong stand on Ó Cuív now: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Calls for FF deal with SF rooted in politics of past: Irish Independent
James Downey

North-South divide helps Brady cling on: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Catholic Church leadership in denial mode – Martin McGuinness: BBC

Politicians could not resist the Brady bandwagon: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Diplomat presents credentials to pope: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

'Support for Hollande in France exposes rank hypocrisy of SDLP' – Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Stand up for the Ulstermen, they have done us all proud (May 1): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Ruddock

How to export the principles of the peace process: The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Friday, May 4

Republican Action Against Drugs admits shooting two men and says it will shoot more: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Andrew Allen 'threatened' before murder: BBC

RAAD 'fascist' profiteers bent on own gain: Londonderry Sentinel

RAAD's campaign of terror must be brought to an end: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Residents evacuated during Lurgan security alert: Lurgan Mail

Public confidence in PSNI rises: UTV

PSNI probing INLA funeral: Londonderry Sentinel

Can Good Friday Agreement compare to the Easter Rising?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Dome highlights prove a low point: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

McCord inquest proceedings adjourned: Newtownabbey Times

Inquest rules SAS 'justified' in shooting dying IRA man: BBC

MoD hails findings of IRA deaths inquest: The News Letter

Jail scanners to be put on trial in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Build the new prison at Magilligan not Lisburn: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Bairbre de Brún resigns from European Parliament: The Irish Times
Charlie Taylor & Joanne Hunt

Rethink war heroes snub, police urged: The News Letter

We're not all keen on flying flag, Geri: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

City of Culture's once-in-a-lifetime opportunity – Chamber president (May 1): Derry Journal

Derry museum captures Bloody Sunday (Jan 8): Boston Globe
Hilary Nangle

Cardinal Sean Brady – McGuinness and Gilmore critical: BBC

It is now time for Brady to resign: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Martin insists anti-treaty TD O Cuiv will not be punished: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Cross-border support for Narrow Water Bridge (May 1): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Rulers ill at ease with Engerland: The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

Scots don't relate to 'Britishness' (Apr 25): The Scotsman
Margo MacDonald

Basque terrorist loses extradition appeal: UTV

Thursday, May 3

Mike Nesbitt confirms Peter Robinson meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

PSNI plane crashed after 12th rioting: Londonderry Sentinel

Row erupts over future of Union flag and Twelfth arches: Mid Ulster Mail

A Nor'easter couldn't dampen this crowd's commitment: Irish Echo
Michael Patrick MacDonald

Man shot in punishment style attack: The Irish Times
Stephen Maguire

Man in surgery after gun attack at his home: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin and Tom Brady

'RAAD masquerading as policemen' says former Mid-Ulster MP: Mid Ulster Mail

Fermanagh alert enters third day: UTV

Jail for supergrass trial's sole convict: UTV

Third time the charm in BC archives battle?: Irish Echo

HET review must be independent say victims' families: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Martin McGuinness denies contact with Smithwick Tribunal: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Witness accused of 'playing stupid': The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Jury says SAS justified in shooting IRA man on ground: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Newry Eirigi spokesman fined £600: Newry Times
Paul Malone

TUV hits out over student plan: The News Letter

Mild manners don't hide bigotry or revisionism: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

'Irony' over SF and 9/11 display: The News Letter

Sinn Fein aim to bin 'gov.uk' email addresses: Mid Ulster Mail

Best way Brady can help heal damage is to go: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Questions for Cardinal Brady: The Irish Times
Editorial

Is this right man for Ireland's Catholics?: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Clerical abuse cover-up – Cardinal's position is untenable: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Pope donates $250,000 for disaffected Anglicans: Guardian.co.uk
Tom Kington

Livingstone is best of a bad lot but it's about time he ditched Irish act: Irish Independent
Graham Clifford

The unionists may find their Yes/No strategy backfires: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Devolution and the separation of the English mind: Guardian.co.uk
Martin Kettle

Wednesday, May 2

Dissidents believed to be behind Phoenix Park bomb: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

'People of Newry are repulsed' – Bradley on Newry bomb: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Police patrol may have spooked terrorist team with 600lbs van bomb: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Bomb probably destined for Newry City Centre' – Kennedy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

RAAD campaign of violence in nationalist areas puts UK City of Culture 2013 in the spotlight: Londonderry Sentinel

Warning on RAAD – 'it could be slaughter': Derry Journal

Mothers who tell RAAD – MOVE ON: Derry Journal
Karen Mullen

Getting to heart of the matter will require tenacity: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Byrne and John Topping

Massereene trial cost £571,000 to police: Antrim Times

Trial of scanners to replace full-body searches in Northern Ireland prisons: BBC

PSNI says republicans have lied to tribunal: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

False evidence given to Smithwick Tribunal, PSNI say: Irish Independent
Gerard Cunningham

Smithwick Tribunal told IRA 'believes evidence deliberately false': BBC

Collusion probe 'is a significant issue for top republicans': The News Letter

Council votes to name street McGurk's Way: UTV

Loophole 'lets Northern Irish students avoid Scottish tuition fees': The Scotsman
Chris Marshall

Stormont accused over pro-Irish student plan: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Passport lottery may be sectarian': The News Letter

Missing out on real university challenge: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Displaying British pride – at home and away: The News Letter
N R Greer

DUP MLA criticises tourism campaign (Apr 30): Belfast Telegraph

Attitudes to Irish language revealed: UTV

'Irish language funding stand-off must end' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

FF whip to meet Éamon Ó Cuív to discuss continued membership of parliamentary party: RTE

Ó Cuív will seek legal advice if expelled by FF over No stance: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

O Cuiv attacks FF leader over his 'blinkered' view on Europe: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Tuesday, May 1

McGuinness calls for UK link to end: UTV

SF questions need for Northern Ireland Office: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Allister slams Sinn Féin over terrorism: UTV

Poll prediction 'taken with a pinch of salt': The News Letter

UUP MLA hits out over Robinson speech: The News Letter

Coffin gesture to haunt Colum – MLA sent out wrong message: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

City centre may have been target for bomb: The News Letter

Suspicious object warning in Fermanagh: UTV

Security operations thwarting dissidents: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Still a capacity for mayhem: The Irish Times
Editorial

'A city of murderers': Derry Journal

Loyalist supergrass 'could help to catch Raymond McCord killers': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Supergrass link to hunt for McCord killers: UTV

Could Special Branch have saved lives of policemen?: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

'1981 play is fitting' – Hazzard: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Sinn Fein's McDonald could step into Gerry Adams' shoes: Belfast Telegraph

Adams in war of words with Martin: Belfast Telegraph

FF has no plans to discipline Ó Cuív: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Micheál Martin reiterates Fianna Fáil support for fiscal treaty: RTE

Republic tax levy 'must be addressed': The News Letter

Church in need of new direction to avoid drift towards oblivion: The Irish Times
Brendan Hoban

Very little room for dissent (Apr 16): Irish Independent
Editorial

Irish passport key to fee waiver in Scotland: BBC

English should be as proud of their nationality as the Scots are of theirs, says Hilary Benn on St George's Day (Apr 23): Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope



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