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Wednesday, May 31

Dirty tricks claim by Sinn Fein chief: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

British spy claim a load of hooey – McGuinness: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

DUP blamed for spy reports 'Total and absolute rubbish' – Martin McGuinness tells Journal: Derry Journal

Pivotal figure would be top prize: The News Letter

Shadowy world: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Irresponsible allegations: Derry Journal

Government must respond to spy claim: Belfast Telegraph

DUP to dodge Stormont deadline: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Fein say yes to committee: UTV Internet

No light yet on the Assembly horizon ...: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Dail rights key to GFA future says SF leader: (from the Irish News, May 27)
William Graham

Leading UVF man critical after shooting: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Alleged former UVF leader critical after Belfast shooting: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

UDA purge of renegade members is postponed: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Loyalist critical after shooting: BBC

I'm being intimidated, says former Loyalist prisoner: Mourne Observer (May 25)
Stephen Patton

Sir Reg's remarks signify a sea change: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Prove your republicanism, Bertie: Daily Ireland
Phil Mac Giolla Bhain

New rules help failed PSNI recruits: UTV Internet

New ways of shedding light on the past: The Guardian
Helen Gavaghan

The forgotten victims of the Troubles: (from the Sunday Tribune, May 28)
Suzanne Breen

Belfast fighter running out of time for asylum: Philadelphia Inquirer
Matthew Verrinder

IRA were behind 48pc of Troubles murders: The News Letter

Troubles not deemed as war of liberation: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Extension for report on Dublin-Monaghan bombings: Daily Ireland
David Lynch

New Salvation Army leader lavishes praise on rebirth of hope in province: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Parties clash over statue to RIR: Daily Ireland (May 25)
Ciarán Barnes

Belfast abhors a Vacuum: The Guardian
Fionola Meredith

Luxury hotel, equestrian centre, cinema complex – welcome to the new Maze: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Tuesday, May 30

NI parties move on committee plan: BBC

Stormont two-step a seedy bid to be Lord of the dance: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Humpty Dumpty: The Blanket (May 24)
Anthony McIntyre

Time to put DUP feet to the fire:

McGuinness is not a British spy, insists Ahern: Irish Examiner
Kieran McDaid and Dan McGinn

McGuinness British spy claims are 'nonsense': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Another spy?: The News Letter

Sinn Fein dismiss McGuinness claim: UTV Internet

A key player in Sinn Fein and the IRA for over 30 years: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

IRA hawk or MI6 superspy?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Loyalists blamed as racist attacks on migrants double in Ulster: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

President's contact with UDA defended as feud fears grow: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall and Evan Short

Fears grow of UDA split over the Shoukris: The News Letter

Contentious parade gets the green light: (May 25)
Roisin McManus

Is Hain marching into summer of discontent?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Angry McCord vows to shun Hain: Sunday Life (May 28)
Alan Murray

Collusion summit call: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Hain failed nationalists: (from the Irish News, May 27)
Newton Emerson

FIFA 'offside' over passports-to-play: Irish Independent

FIFA own goal in passport row: (from the Irish News)

Convictions against three men quashed: Irish Independent

UDR monument a 'slap in the face':
Damian McCarney

Actor recounts a close shave with IRA bomb: The News Letter

Demands to close 'kill Trimble' site: Sunday Life (May 28)
Alan Murray and Stephen Breen

Irish gets political: Daily Ireland
Gearóid O Cairealláin

Maze 'masterplan' being launched: BBC

Monday, May 29

Senior SF member is 'British spy': (from the Sunday Tribune, May 28)
Suzanne Breen

McGuinness was an agent for MI6, former spy claims: The Times
David Sharrock

Sinn Fein denies press claim that McGuinness spied for the British: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Lead us out of this: Sunday Life (May 28)
Alan McBride

Enough, Enough of Stormont: The Blanket (May 26)
David Adams

Committee a Hain in neck: Sunday Life (May 28)
Lynda Gilby

Exposing the myths of power sharing 'existence': (from the Irish News, May 27)
Patrick Murphy

Hain leadership contaminated: (May 25)

Hermon denies plan to quit UUP: Sunday Life (May 28)
Alan Murray

Empey regrets his role in Vanguard movement: (from the Irish News, May 27)
Maeve Connolly

Fears PSNI did 'deal' over Tohill on-the-runs: (from the Irish News, May 27)
Sharon O'Neill

Brother, we're in bother: Sunday Life (May 28)
Alan Murray and Stephen Breen

The cost of being Robert McCartney's friend: (from the Sunday Tribune, May 28)
Suzanne Breen

CRJ man who witnessed IRA assault stays quiet: (from the Sunday Tribune, May 28)
Suzanne Breen

NY-based rights group condemns 'sectarian' parades: Daily Ireland (May 25)
Ciaran O'Neill

Ahern to tackle FIFA over NI players' passports: UTV Internet

Independence vote has lessons for us: Daily Ireland (May 22)

Brown – McConnell 'panders to nationalism': The Sunday Times (May 28)
Jason Allardyce

Sunday, May 28

Stormont effort stalls: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

DUP attitude 'causing confusion': BBC

Blair must await Irish politicians' decisions: Sunday Business Post
Adam Maguire

'Scoping' the future of devolution: BBC
Mark Devenport

Bertie Limbo threat must be withdrawn:

Our man in Ireland: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

UDA's bosses vote to expel north Belfast boss from 'inner council': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Shoukri brothers under pressure: Belfast Telegraph
Debra Douglas

British mole in murder inquiry: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Celtic cross in memory of five shot by loyalists: Daily Ireland (May 26)
Ciarán Barnes

Petulant Adams sees red over Che exhibition snub: Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly

Blaney will not reunite party with Fianna Fail: The Sunday Times (May 7)
Stephen O'Brien and Siobhan Maguire

Priests offer 14,000 masses to rekindle Catholicism here: Sunday Independent
Lara Bradley

Unionists' envy over republic's 'better' roads: The Sunday Times
Mark Tighe

Public opinion divided on Leaving Cert Irish: Sunday Business Post
Nicola Cooke

Building bridges for harmony between different faiths: The Herald (May 3)
John Miller

Unionist academic throws weight behind independence: The Sunday Times
Marc Horne

Tobago or not Tobago?: Scotland on Sunday

Saturday, May 27

Fears rise over Assembly debates: UTV Internet

Paisley raises the bar on policing: Village (May 18)
Eoin O Murchu

It's wake-up time for all the political parties: (from the Irish News, May 20)
James Kelly

Ireland – The path to peace, prosperity: Denver Post

Contentious parade gets the green light:
Roisin McManus

Poor Pete will get his head round appointment rules yet: Daily Ireland
Robin Livingstone

Stand by your woman: Village (May 18)
Fionola Meredith

SF man angry at Canada's refusal to allow him entry: Daily Ireland
Anton McCabe

The chattering classes favourite loyalist: (from the Sunday Tribune, May 21)
Suzanne Breen

Man admits banned UDA membership: BBC

Nationalists cast doubt on accuracy of attack statistics: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

IFA passport row: UTV Internet

Wells – IFA may fight FIFA ruling: Belfast Telegraph
Stuart McKinley

IFA own goal over passport debacle: Daily Ireland

Linfield back calls to outlaw sectarian songs at matches: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Sectarian chants cut down to size: Irish Independent
Sean Diffley

McAleese to launch peace-line plan: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Local GP recalls Bloody Sunday evidence 'distress': Derry Journal

US Fund for Ireland to get $10.8m boost: Irish Independent

Easy Tiger!: Sunday Life (May 14)

SDLP factions dispute lord mayor nomination: Daily Ireland (May 25)
Anton McCabe and Ciarán Barnes

'Working-class could lose out on university': The News Letter (May 25)

Why the number's up for roaming call costs: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

'National' station to exclude the north: (from the Irish News, May 24)
Marie Louise McCrory

Border blown in the wind?: Derry Journal

Fr Iggy and friends are so wrong on this one: Irish Independent (May 26)
David Quinn

Friday, May 26

North parties invited to join in planning devolution: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

New talks before marching season aim to break impasse: Belfast Telegraph
Gene McKenna

Hain accused of 'pandering' to DUP: UTV Internet

Unionists must choose to shape change: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Political paralysis in North as Paisley's old ways fail:
Des Wilson

Paisley comes in a non-refundable package: Daily Ireland
Jude Collins

Scots problem: The News Letter

Adams seeks talks with Orangemen before marches: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Words are not enough, Adams told: The News Letter

Hain appeal to be fought: Daily Ireland

Talks begin for peaceful Twelfth: Ballymoney Times

Ruling to be challenged:
Laura McDaid

Protestant students 'fear west bank': (from the Irish News, May 20)
Seamus McKinney

Irish authorities actively covered up loyalist death squad actions: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Inquiry urged into murder of councillor: Irish Examiner
Kieran McDaid

Killer's release poses sinister questions: Belfast Telegraph

Civilian workers 'must get deal equal to RIR': The News Letter

War graves are trashed in recent spate of attacks:
Roisin McManus

Changing times: The News Letter (Apr 4)

NI team arrive in Chicago: UTV Internet (May 24)

Protest as Norn Iron visit a gaelic ground: The News Letter

Unionist condemns anti-IFA protest: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Protestors are blinded by their own prejudices: The News Letter

Fifa rules Northern Irish players need British passports: The Independent
Damian Spellman

Red card for FIFA on North players' passports: Irish Independent
Gerry McDermott

Cash for Gaelic club welcomed: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Uefa could still order Ibrox stand to be shut: The Herald
Graham Spiers

Playing ethnic politics: Boston Globe (May 9)
H.D.S. Greenway

Thursday, May 25

Hain outlines scope of committee: BBC

UUP Assembly plan is rejected: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

'McGuinness should be barred from Executive' – McCrea: UTV Internet

'Assembly' is hologram on the hill: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

The house that Jack built: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Another week, another 'crisis': Irish Echo

SF call for 'collusion summit': UTV Internet

UDA victim's family in new inquiry call: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

I fear Barrett will go back to crime: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Family focused on getting open inquiry: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Houses Approves Finucane Inquiry: Irish Voice/
Sean O'Driscoll

Family will press on with dignity: Daily Ireland

Condemnation on its own is never enough: (from the Irish News, May 16)
Breidge Gadd

Reinstate Orangeman to commission, judges urged: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

SF to meet Parades Commission: UTV Internet

Hain slammed for 'rotten politics': Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Funding call for unsolved murders: UTV Internet

Council row over attack on police defended: The News Letter

Opportunity goes begging: Daily Ireland (May 17)
Mary Lou McDonald

MEP slams cross-border network: UTV Internet

NI lessons for 'troubled Basque': BBC

A trouble shared...: Sunday Life (May 21)
Stephen Breen

Footballers caught in 'sectarian' storm: Belfast Telegraph

Rangers reprimanded over sectarian chants: Daily Telegraph
Roddy Forsyth

Rangers fans' sectarian songs incur UEFA wrath: The Herald
Graham Spiers

Wednesday, May 24

Devolution committee to be set up: UTV Internet

Devolution committee is the main priority, says Hain: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Paisley causes stir at Stormont: BBC
Martina Purdy

They prayed ... but Assembly meeting lasts just 14 minutes: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

The reverend's reason: The Guardian (May 23)
Henry McDonald

Get real on issues that really matter: Belfast Telegraph

Political dinosaurs still stalk the land: Daily Ireland

Confidence and trust is still in very short supply: The News Letter

Foyle MLA warns of a unionist 'wipe-out': Belfast Telegraph
Geraldine Mulholland

SF out of touch with grassroots — ex-prisoner: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Loyalist gunman who killed Pat Finucane goes free after three years under early release pact: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Finucane killer freed after 3 years: The Times
David Sharrock

Dublin suspends talks while UDA 'deals' with Shoukris: (from the Sunday Tribune, May 21)
Suzanne Breen

Hain to fight march body ruling: BBC

Don't blame the referee: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

NIO neglects concepts of equality and openness: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Band urged to reroute: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Murder inspires 'anti-hate' plan: BBC

Violence not the answer to murder — SDLP: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Deaths probe timescale 'unlikely': BBC

Mother of UDA victim tells of disgust at sick cemetery thugs: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge and Claire Regan

Cemetery hit by graves attack: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Graves disgrace: The News Letter

Widow loses High Court action over abandoned charges: UTV Internet

Poles attacked in Northern Ireland for being Catholic: Warsaw Business Journal

Richard McIlkenny: The Guardian
Anne McHardy

Paper's payout goes to Bloody Sunday families: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Pair injured in shooting attacks: BBC

Gaelic history in Trimble's Lords monicker: Daily Ireland
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Day of judgment for Rangers: The Herald
Graham Spiers

Tuesday, May 23

Protestant Spurns Offer of Top Position in Ulster: New York Times
Alan Cowell

Paisley dismisses Adams move as 'charade': Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

SF bid to give top office to Paisley is spurned: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham and Gene McKenna

Devolution committee being set up: BBC

Keep your eyes on the prize, McConnell tells Stormont: The Herald
Tom Gordon

Devolution can make a difference: Belfast Telegraph
Jack McConnell

Alternatives to the dead horse of an assembly: Daily Ireland
Gearóid O Cairealláin

Paisley nomination 'smart tactics': BBC
Kevin Connolly

Move by UUP 'a ritual sacrifice of democracy': The News Letter

Monster unionists created must be faced: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

DUP outcast Berry considered suicide: Belfast Telegraph

Bigotry's ingrained from Westminster to Glasgow: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Durkan 'secret cabal' alleged: Daily Ireland
Anton McCabe

Donaldson calls for commission to be reformed: The News Letter

Commission's woes worsen: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Review right way towards support for parades body: The News Letter

Human-rights lawyer's parade legality doubts: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

MI5 told to use more resources on IRA groups: The Herald
Ian Bruce

Alliance in Sinn Fein or Unionist Lord Mayor dilemma: Sunday Life (May 21)
Joe Oliver

Tributes paid to 1981 hunger strikers McCreesh and O'Hara: Daily Ireland

Trouble flares at McCreesh parade: (from the Irish News)

Frazer to pursue border fox case: Sunday Life (May 21)
Alan Murray

'British government must apologise to Birmingham 6': Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Newspaper settles over Bloody Sunday libel: Irish Independent
Ashleigh Wallace

FG language policy slammed: UTV Internet

Bill for Scots independence: The Scotsman

Monday, May 22

Adams expected to nominate Paisley: RTE

DUP to reject first minister vote: BBC

I understand Reg's decision says Trimble: Sunday Life (May 21)
Alan Murray

Always the last to know: (from the Irish News, May 20)
Newton Emerson

Power sharing at assembly is just not going to work: (May 18)

Give Them That Auld Tyme Religion: The Blanket (May 9)
John Coulter

Straight Talking: Sunday Life (May 21)
Lynda Gilby

Parade body 'should be re-formed': BBC

Politicians blame Hain for whole 'debacle': (from the Irish News, May 20)
Barry McCaffrey

Equality remains beyond grasp of NIO: (from the Irish News, May 20)
Brian Feeney

Parade decision is cheap and shabby: Daily Ireland (May 19)

Republicans turn against Martin McGuinness: (from the Sunday Tribune, May 21)
Suzanne Breen

Split decision?: Sunday Life (May 21)
Alan Murray

'Mad Dog' Adair sparks fury over £100,000 book: The Observer (May 21)
Henry McDonald

McAleese denies scaling back of work: RTE

Stretched M15 told to redouble efforts against Real IRA: The Times
Michael Evans

Scap spied at seaside resort: Sunday Life (May 21)

McConnell – we will beat the bigots: The Herald
Tom Gordon

McConnell calls on Old Firm to step up battle on bigotry: The Scotsman
Hamish MacDonell

The scourge of sectarianism: The Herald

I'm no drug dealer: Sunday Life (May 21)
Stephen Breen

Paramilitary shooting in Antrim: UTV Internet

Storey gives peace fighting chance: Independent on Sunday (May 21)
Alan Hubbard

Rome rules supreme in rapid silencing of Fr Iggy: Irish Independent

Birmingham Six member dies in hospital: The Guardian
Sandra Laville

NIO slated for false royalty claim: Daily Ireland (May 17)
Ciarán Barnes

May the Force be with this radical crime-fighter: Sunday Independent (May 21)
Jim Cusack

Once we Scots were welcome. Now the English are ready to man Hadrian's Wall: Sunday Telegraph (May 21)
Alan Cochrane

Few signs of an English revolution: The Sunday Times (May 21)
Jenny Hjul

Sunday, May 21

Empey plans more assembly moves: BBC

"Tapping up" in halls of Stormont: BBC
Mark Devenport

Ballymena's culture of hate is steeped in old DUP poison: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Counting the seats, not the killings, is unionist rationale: Daily Ireland
Laurence McKeown

Making politics work: Village (May 11)
Gerry Adams

McConnell tours Belfast estates: BBC

Devolution committee to be formed: The Sunday Times
Carissa Casey

Why SF young guns have poll victory in their sight: Sunday Independent
Damian Stack

DUP mayor to meet with loyalist paramilitaries: Village (May 11)
Frank Connolly

McAleeses to cool contact with loyalists: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Jean McBride to meet US officials: Belfast Telegraph
Marie Foy

IRA whistleblower faces hate campaign: The Sunday Times
Carissa Casey

'The Blanket' meets 'Blanketmen': The Blanket (May 16)
Anthony McIntyre

O'Hara determined to let the fight go on: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Something to chew on?: Belfast Telegraph (May 17)
Lindy McDowell

Company honoured after raising £1m for Northern Ireland integrated education: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Belfast Reborn: Toronto Star (May 20)
Caroline Mallan

South is overseas claims Royal Mail: Daily Ireland
Padraig O Meiscill

McGinley family fury at plans to free killer: Belfast Telegraph (May 16)

Garda reform is now crucial: Sunday Independent

Community halls must all have right protection: The News Letter

Priest and rector celebrated Mass at top scouting event in Dublin theatre: Sunday Business Post
Kieron Wood

Priests' apology is against central message of Christ: (May 18)
Des Wilson

Cherie chose Catholic 'grit' for children: Scotland on Sunday (May 14)
Alison Purdy

Saturday, May 20

Parties round on Lady Sylvia over PUP move: The News Letter

Ervine third choice of UUP: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

DUP not genuine in their UUP protest: (May 18)

UUP's breathtaking hypocrisy: Derry Journal

An Open Letter to Gerry Adams and the IRA's Chief of Staff of the Army Council: The Blanket (Apr 5)
John Coulter

Parades body manipulated: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Burrows gets his marching orders: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Parades move 'disappoints' Hain: BBC

Dialogue set to ease tensions ahead of Tour of the North:
Áine McEntee

Maintaining order: Sunday Life (May 14)

MI5 switch won't hinder fight against crime, says Orde: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

PSNI is accused of holding back sectarian statistics: Daily Ireland
Connla Young and Concubhar Ó Liatháin

More Derry people reporting crimes to police: Derry Journal

PSNI 'seeks informers': Daily Ireland

Police compensation case sets new record: UTV Internet

Trimble's death threat fury: Belfast Telegraph

US politicians call for Finuncane inquiry: UTV Internet

Relatives of UVF victim in fight for justice: Belfast Telegraph

Electoral boundaries map redrawn: BBC (May 17)

Boundary changes may affect polls: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

New boundaries will impact on assembly: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

British troops banned from town's bars: Irish Independent

UDR parade plan 'will rub salt in wounds': Daily Ireland
Connla Young

O'Loan rebuts Paisley claims: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Sectarianism – it's not both sides: Derry Journal

Striker's activist legacy and 'full of life' nature still remembered: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Profile – man of action who can step in when the chips are down: Daily Telegraph (May 11)
Martin Baker

Hume admits – I miss work and colleagues: Irish Independent (May 19)
Kathryn Hayes

£6m boost to help promote peace: Belfast Telegraph (May 18)
Claire Regan

New disciplinary code for gardaí after Morris reports: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Scottophobia lives on today: The Herald (May 15)

Friday, May 19

Policing board rejects British proposals: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

IMC grant plan: Daily Ireland
David Lynch

UUP criticised over Ervine: UTV Internet

Scrambled principles leave egg on UUP face: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

You can lead a horse to water...: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Sinn Féin must caution against stretching too far: Daily Ireland
Jude Collins

North Back on Track?: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Burrows facing new 'conflict' allegations: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Don MacKay – I've been demonised: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Residents' group rejects SDLP plan: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Hain must clean up his parades mess: Belfast Telegraph

UDA set to meet over 'expulsion' for Shoukris: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

PSNI raids factory that made Ihab Shoukri's counterfeit jacket: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

26 arrested in three years over Fountain violence: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Alienation of Protestants to be addressed: The News Letter

Religion factor in college choice: BBC

Catholic rights are secondary to unionist needs: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Without the truth funerals will go on: Daily Ireland

Website 'inciting Trimble murder': BBC

'Commons committee should meet in NI': UTV Internet

Voters may get inky fingers in next poll: Daily Ireland
Senan Hogan

New constituency plans are dropped: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF welcomes end to creation of new Antrim constituency: UTV Internet

Wright inquiry rule change 'suspicious': Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Politician's seamless move from UDA to UDR to RUC: (from the Irish News, May 15)
Steven McCaffery

Information on website details UDR subversion: Daily Ireland

One awful moment and they were wiped away . . . 'a whole family, gone': Irish Independent (May 18)
Jason O'Brien

Bombing victims' relatives need answers now: Daily Ireland (May 16)
Patricia McKenna

Catholic joins IRA victims' legal case against Gadaffi: Sunday Life (May 14)
Stephen Breen

North-south plans could top £60bn: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Cash boost to silence bigots: UTV Internet

Promoting tourism on all fronts in the Province: The News Letter

Thursday, May 18

Empey to face a groundswell of discontent: The News Letter

MP 'distressed' over Ervine move: BBC

Bomb victim astounded at 'insensitivity' of UUP move: The News Letter

UUP deny deal to bring fringe loyalist in from the cold: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Official name of assembly comes under scrutiny: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

'Cross-party support needed' on NI policing: UTV Internet

The big issue still centres on attitudes towards police: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

A day in the life of a Stormont MLA: Daily Ireland
Danny Morrison

DUP Pressure Cooker – About to Blow?: The Blanket (May 15)
John Coulter

Cunning plan is 'assisted suicide' for UUP: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

How Empey has been sold a PUP: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

All parties should be unequivocal on rule of law: The News Letter

The dialogue must go on: Irish Echo

In like Flynn . . . Phil the fixer is back in public affairs: Irish Independent

SF seeks new parades body resignation: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Orangeman reference move 'naive': BBC

Parade body in need of balance: Daily Ireland

23 in court over Belfast rioting: UTV Internet

Killing unites divided community: The Herald
Calum MacDonald

'Sectarian' victim laid to rest: BBC

Blair on McIlveen murder: UTV Internet

Top cop's 'two-way' bigotry comment criticised: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Loyalist attacks: Irish Examiner

Review of Finucane killer's sentence: UTV Internet

Hunger striker to be commemorated: Newry Democrat

McCreesh tribute by Ó Brádaigh: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Garda to stand trial for Omagh 'perjury': UTV Internet

'Still no justice' for the victims of 1974 bombs: Irish Independent
Jason O'Brien

Wright probe 'may not open for years': Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Helpline offer for blackmail victims: Belfast Telegraph (May 15)
Marie Foy

In Dublin, O'Toole holds her ground: Boston Globe (May 17)
Jim Cusack and Kevin Cullen

A driving force for change and a finger on the pulse: Irish Independent (May 17)
Tom Brady

Wednesday, May 17

Lawyers probe Ervine's shock UUP move: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Positive noises on assembly's return: Daily Ireland
Jim Dee

Ervine denies UUP deal promise: UTV Internet

UVF told to 'catch up' on crime: BBC

Hypocrisy: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

SF's boycott 'was failing its electorate': Irish Independent
Dan McGinn

MLAs kick-start new devolution drive: Derry Journal

Meeting of minds? Not even their eyes met: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Dignity in assembly – but for how long?: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Nationalists must end DUP delusion: Daily Ireland

Who's afraid of democracy?: Derry Journal

Ex-DUP MLA's lonely enrolment: Daily Ireland

SDLP demands apology after Hain accuses SDLP of mischief: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Fiasco over posts in Parades body grows: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

MacKay resigns from parades body: UTV Internet

Parades Commission restricts Boys' march: The News Letter

Challenge to parades body jobs: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Orangeman attacks parade post process: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Ian Paisley will not attend murdered schoolboy's funeral: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Hare

Paisley visits home of murdered teenager: RTE

PSNI 'could not guarantee safety of Michael suspect': Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Courageous invitation a challenge to Paisley: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Call for Gibraltar to cut links with town: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Former Blanketman Speaks Out Against 'Vitriolic Attack': The Blanket
Richard O'Rawe

Finucane killer could be released: BBC

Murder triangle victims seeking justice: Daily Ireland
David Lynch

Council hires firm to take down flags: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Positive move: The News Letter

Ramsey accuses IFA of foul play in football passport row: Belfast Telegraph
Gerladine Mulholland

'I have my sleeves rolled up and I'm ready': The Guardian
Fiachra Gibbons

Moderator – let's all march together: The Herald
Stewart Patterson

Tuesday, May 16

N Ireland seeks power-sharing solution: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Paisley in warning to Blair: UTV Internet

Unionist row fails to dent buoyant mood at Stormont: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

DUP fury at UUP Ervine invitation: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

McCord angry at UUP move: UTV Internet

First day back at the office and a new row to add to the old ones: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Clutching at straws: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Policing issue will not be a pre-condition for deal in November: (from the Irish Times, May 9)
Frank Millar

Good Friday Agreement remains the only show in town: (from the Irish Times, May 12)
Frank Millar

The indolent leaders who blight their people's future: The Herald
Ruth Wishart

SDLP seems too eager for government scraps: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

It's the Irish government that vetoes Irish national democracy: Daily Ireland
Gearóid O Cairealláin

Devolution is desirable, but barriers stand in way: The News Letter

Off to a bad start: Daily Ireland

Our parties must stand and deliver: Belfast Telegraph

Sisters are doing it at Stormont: (from the Sunday Tribune, May 14)
Suzanne Breen

Parades body rocked by new reference scandal: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

SDLP angry at Hain over parades: BBC

Hundreds mourn murdered schoolboy: BBC

Ahern praises NI parties for minute's silence: RTE

Sick loyalist website revels in abuse about teen murder victim: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Spanish police arrest RIRA: Irish Examiner

'Ex-IRA chief' held on cigs racket: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Informers are treated better than me says ex-blanketman: (from the Irish News)
Keith Bourke

New legal bid by Maze escapee: Irish Independent

New probe called for in Dublin – Monaghan bombings: Daily Ireland
David Lynch

Augustinian priests apologise for concelebrated Easter Mass: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Brady welcomes priests' regret over joint Mass: RTE

Let's hear it for Christian rule breakers: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Best mural 'marks new beginning': BBC


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