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Thursday, May 31

Civic Forum invite issued: UTV Internet

Paisley Junior under attack for gay 'insult': Irish Independent
Alan Erwin

When will the Ulster Tiger rear its head?: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

SF still clinging on to slender hope of deal making role: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Election results have eased the unionist fears up North: Irish Independent

Sinn Fein's bombshell: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Irish language act is 'not just a nationalist agenda': (from the Irish News)
Margaret Canning

Portadown Orangemen to meet parades chief: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Bloody Sunday family dismisses Jackson admission: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Wright murder inquiry hit by missing papers: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Wright murder probe opens: The News Letter
David Young & Laura Murphy

The murder of Billy Wright – was there collusion?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Inquiry into a 'convenient' death: BBC
Chris Summers

Wright inquiry start frustrates Finucane family: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Catholics more likely to leave school without a qualification: (from the Irish News)
Simon Doyle

Never, never, never . . . imagine that our history is now behind us: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Wednesday, May 30

SF launches bid to reach out to unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

SF outreach plan 'doomed to failure' – claims Campbell: Derry Journal

Martin McGuinness aims to dismantle dividing walls: UTV Internet

Why this unsightly security barrier in Portadown centre must be removed: Belfast Telegraph
Victor Gordon

Corporation tax blow for N Ireland: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Broadcaster slams Sinn Féin supporters: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Victor and vanquished uncovered: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Important lessons to be learnt from Bertie:
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Bread and butter slip for Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph

'Axe DPPs and recruit more police officers': The News Letter

Inquiries cast a shadow over how policing has changed for the better: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Wright collusion inquiry resumes: BBC

Bloody Sunday dead were innocent, says Jackson: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Former general says innocent people died on Bloody Sunday: The News Letter

'Sunday' victim's brother welcomes 'innocent' admission: Derry Journal

Alliance propose Scottish style voting system: UTV Internet

Censorship Complementing Cover Up: The Blanket (May 5)
Anthony McIntyre

Churches take encouragement from success of Liverpool model: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Government hires 'language planning' experts to promote Irish: Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers

Tuesday, May 29

Ahern – Peace process my biggest achievement: Irish Examiner (May 27)

Inquiries a drain on policing – PSNI chief: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Culprits can run but cannot hide: Sunday Life (May 27)

Adams suffers poll backlash: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

The Celtic Tiger blows out Sinn Fein – giving unionists a lift: The News Letter

Sinn Fein result 'no surprise': BBC

Time to expose the wheeze of the electorate's 'Big Squeeze': Irish Independent
Ciaran Byrne

Adams feeling the heat after poll flop: The News Letter

How an overconfident Adams lost the South: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ahern victory rewrites history of Irish politics: Washington Times
Anthony Healy

Shinners are neither here nor there to resurgent FF: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Ahern win aids stability at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph

Ahern steals SF's thunder, striking down grand designs: The News Letter

Order calls for a 'sincere' apology: The News Letter

Monday, May 28

O Snodaigh hangs onto SF seat after hard-fought battle: Irish Independent
Aideen Sheehan

Did guerrillas FARC out $2m for SF's electoral crusade?: Sunday Life (May 27)
John Breslin

Back to the drawing board for Sinn Fein after poll setback: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Adams admits election was difficult for SF: RTE

Bit of a bounce from Belfast: (from the Irish News, May 26)
William Graham

Sinn Fein's march comes to an unceremonious halt: Irish Independent
Ciaran Byrne

Sinn Fein – Stars up North, but down here, their lights have dimmed: Sunday Tribune (May 27)
Kevin Rafter

Warning for Britain as Irish voters snub Adams: Daily Telegraph
Dean Godson

Ahern Returns: The Times

Tiger off and running as north plays 'poor mouth': (from the Irish News, May 26)
James Kelly

Policing Board to quiz Orde over statement: Sunday Life (May 27)
Alan Murray

DUP queried on power-sharing: The News Letter (May 24)

'Please do not kill me': Sunday Life (May 27)
Stephen Breen

Unity – closer than anyone thinks: Irish Democrat (May 17)
Moya St Leger

Come on, Gordon, be a bit of a Bertie: The Times
Tim Hames

Sunday, May 27

Sinn Fein's hopes dashed in Irish elections: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Sinn Fein reflect on election showing: UTV Internet

Donaldson says people have rejected SF: Sunday Independent

Goodbye Mary Lou as Adams fails: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Sinn Féin loses its appeal: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Result shows Adams out of touch in South: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

United Ireland plays no part in the election: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Flute band gets go-ahead to march without restriction: (from the Irish News, May 25)
Allison Morris

Drumcree – Can the issue ever be resolved?: Belfast Telegraph (May 21)
Chris Thornton and Noel McAdam

Orangemen get ready for US folk festival: The News Letter (May 23)

Stand-off over parade incident: Ballymena Times

Sinn Fein linked with builder tax cert scam: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Provocative diktat should be challenged: The News Letter (May 22)

Petition demands inquiry into soldier's heroic death: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 9)
Claire Regan

IRSP man's comments investigated by police: (from the Irish News, May 25)
Seamus McKinney

ARA strips man of £100k: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Our MLAs are equal to the task of tackling inequality: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

No need for stadium: The News Letter (May 24)
Gaven Robinson

Assembly is urged to jettison the Long Kesh stadium plan: (May 25)
Áine McEntee

Police to get tough new terror powers: The Sunday Times
David Cracknell

Saturday, May 26

Hello Mary Lou, goodbye seat. . . Shinner fails at poll: Irish Independent
Clodagh Sheehy

Setback for Sinn Féin as Crowe loses out: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Adams admits SF 'squeezed' in Dublin:
Elaine Edwards

Ní thiocfaidh Sinn Fein's lá as party loses seats: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Rather a knave than a fool: Daily Telegraph
Daniel Hannan

Bertie's back: The Guardian

A less-than free state?: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Unionists to wake from their torpor:
Des Wilson

McGuinness and Paisley shy away from press talks: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

O'Loan gets 'no confidence' vote: The News Letter

Retired police officers angry over 'incompetence' of Ombudsman's Office: UTV Internet

Government must tackle legal delays: The News Letter
Darwin Templeton

Tighten the collar on criminal fat cats: Belfast Telegraph

Concern over Government police criteria: The News Letter

Campbell says equality law would harm Protestants: Derry Journal

How one small step has become the next big step: Belfast Telegraph
Dean Pittman

Republican group refute speculation that Real IRA will renounce violence: Ulster Herald
Mark McKelvey

Outrage Over McAliskey Arrest: Irish Voice/
Barry McCaffrey

Toy clay in place of real explosives foiled bomb bid: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Sinn Féin Backs Independent Inquiry Into Omagh Attack: (from the Ulster Herald)
Peter Kelly

Ombudsman's report on McGurk's due out in a year:
Áine McEntee

Museum marks Free Derry victims – 'They were all human, they all had families': Derry Journal

QC denies freezing widow out of NIO inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Scottish devolution talk bringing vitality to life outside London: Irish Examiner
Tom McCabe

Friday, May 25

Surge of support for Sinn Fein may change face of Ireland's politics: The Scotsman
Áine Gallagher

SF predicting Dail successes: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Irish parties braced to keep Sinn Fein at bay: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Ireland Votes on Whether to Give the Prime Minister a Third Term: New York Times
Eamon Quinn

All up for grabs as Irish go to polls: Belfast Telegraph

SF policing stance queried: The News Letter

A New Power-Sharing Government Brings Peace to Northern Ireland: Voice of America (May 24)
Subhash Vohra

Opt for a statue because it can't ask questions: (from the Irish News)
Patrick Murphy

Grow up, judge tells rioters: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Ireland a 'cold house' for republicans – IRSP: Derry Journal

Ombudsman set to probe UVF boss on alleged deals: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Too little too late – relatives of victims: Belfast Telegraph (May 3)
Chris Thornton

NI assets body collects just £443,000:

UDA's rebels adopt a new stance on criminality: Sunday Life (May 6)
Stephen Breen

Judgment reserved on Omagh conspiracy retrial: Irish Independent
Ann O'Loughlin

QC denies freezing widow out of NIO inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Unionist council funding for GAA: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Allister welcomes Euro announcement: UTV Internet

The peace test: The Economist

Drawing an end to sectarianism: The Herald (May 4)
Cate Devine

Thursday, May 24

Parties demand disbandment: UTV Internet

Paisley blasts his critics for doing 'the devil's work': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The Triumph of Democratic Values: Derry Journal
Gerry Murray

Here, here, for the odd couple: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

After Gains in the North, Sinn Fein Seeks a Louder Voice in Ireland: New York Times
Eamon Quinn

Warning of 'Sinn Fein government by back door' as Ireland votes: The Scotsman
Aine Gallagher

Parties will be 'begging for SF's support': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Sinn Féin Still Beyond The Pale: (from the Irish Examiner)
Steven King

Can Irish leader score an unprecedented hat-trick?: The Herald
Harry Reid

Anxious wait for DUP over Republic's elections: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

O'hÉara to join Policing Board: Derry Journal

Collusion row – O'Loan's office seeks legal advice: The News Letter

Sinn Fein to build unionist contacts: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Parade issues can be solved: (from the Irish News)

Equality law still on despite assembly defeat: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peaceline plan for integrated primary: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Row over playground 'peace wall': BBC

Republican on charges of money laundering: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

SF angry at case against republican:

Omagh retrial may be halted: UTV Internet

Ex-Orangeman loses murder appeal: BBC

Finucane case human rights failure – Amnesty:

Brown adviser in Stormont talks: BBC

Commissioner to help NI get funding:

Economy big loser in brain drain: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Keep politics out of sport: The News Letter

Sinn Fein MLA's homage to Messines victims: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Wednesday, May 23

PSNI rule rejects 700 over their religion: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

New Policing Board named: The News Letter

Gearoid O'hEara joins NI Policing Board: UTV Internet

'Another decade before real difference in PSNI': (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

NI policing could see ministry axed:

Ministers consider shake-up of NI Assembly: UTV Internet

Future identity is in Northern Ireland's hands: The News Letter

Unionists defeat equality motion: BBC

Row over leaked memo: The News Letter

Parades chairman meets ministers: BBC

Drumcree deadlock must be broken: Belfast Telegraph

Finucane case a human rights failure – Amnesty:

Republican to face money charges: BBC

McAliskey granted bail in extradition attempt: (from the Irish News)

10 people killed in IRA attacks in western Germany: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Omagh accused's 'loss of memory': Irish Independent
Ann O'Loughlin

Murphy attempts to halt Omagh bomb retrial:

Republican for Messines memorial: BBC

IRA link is no longer bar to deal with SF, says Ahern: Irish Independent
Ciaran Byrne and Michael Brennan

FG tries to win swing vote via FF/SF 'love-in': Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Taoiseach rules out deal with SF as rivals raise issue: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Ahern rejects Sinn Finn coalition: BBC

Adams slams 'hypocrisy' of parties:
Anna Chalmers

Gun-smuggler to sail home despite Terry's Spring tide: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Bertie's Sinn Fein problem hasn't gone away, you know . . .: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Durkan off to lobby for jobs in America: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Irish ayes – Unity in the North pursues foreign investment: Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Blair praises NI civil servants: BBC

Tuesday, May 22

EU promises €1bn in aid to NI assembly:

Talks vital to peace process – McDonald: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

How peace arrived in Northern Ireland: Boston Globe
James Carroll

Old foes get down to business: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Dissident republicans may be on the verge of renouncing violence: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Ex-SF man denies dissident move reports: (from the Irish News)

NI justice bill clears Parliament: UTV Internet

Loyalist alienation from police must be arrested: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Police must be able to follow the evidence: The News Letter

Mountie who helped transform the PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

10 years after outcry, McAliskey is rearrested on IRA charges: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

McAliskey girl faces extradition over IRA bombing: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Republican won't admit he's in Northern Ireland: The Times
David Sharrock

'Puerile, pathetic' – says Campbell It's Derry, not Londonderry – insists Minister: Derry Journal
Sean McLaughlin

Murphy rubbishes language claims: UTV Internet

DUP not lost for words when it comes to here and there: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Prison erupts in riot: Sunday Life (May 20)
Alan Murray

Hopes fade for Drumcree solution: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton and Noel McAdam

Ashdown begins work at parades body:

Orange Order evolving and surviving: Belfast Telegraph

Rabbitte hints he'll back FF to thwart SF: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan and Michael Brennan

His legacy in the balance, Blair lauded for N. Ireland: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

McDowell urges Adams to sue over Farc drug claim: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

The living bridge between our two islands: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Boom turns Irish life upside down: BBC
Stephen Fottrell

Salmond's call for independence at Olympics finds few supporters: The Scotsman (May 21)
Louise Gray

Monday, May 21

Sinn Fein looks to coalition with Republic: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Fianna Fáil rules out post-election pact with SF: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Four days to go. . . Fianna Fail's only option: Tanaiste Rabbitte or Tanaiste O Caolain: Sunday Tribune (May 20)
Kevin Rafter and Shane Coleman

Sinn Fein aim for Dublin power: BBC
Shane Harrison

Almost half of voters favour Sinn Fein in government: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

What's so wrong with a deal with Sinn Fein?: Sunday Tribune (May 20)
Kevin Rafter

Stormont big deal has made impossible happen: (from the Irish News, May 20)
James Kelly

Why we should celebrate today: Derry Journal (May 8)
Norman Hamill

Hopes of parades resolution increase: (from the Irish News, May 20)
Barry McCaffrey

'We won't be moved': Sunday Life (May 20)
Alan Murray

Fullertons told UDA murder suspects cannot be charged: (from the Irish News, May 20)
Barry McCaffrey

They said I didn't know enough about the troubles: Sunday Life (May 20)
Stephen Breen

RAF window of peace: Belfast Telegraph (May 16)
Eddie McIlwaine

Loughall – 20 years on: Irish Democrat (May 17)
Louise Jefferson

Belfast's wonder walls: Belfast Telegraph (May 3)
Ben Lowry

Sunday, May 20

Paisley under pressure to withdraw Reavey accusation: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

'Summer of love' for new Assembly: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Not that much happening 'on the hill': BBC
Gareth Gordon

The dawning of a new era?: Irish Democrat (May 7)
David Granville

See change?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Here comes the summer: (May 15)

Three arrested in crime probe: UTV Internet

Dissident MEP slams Gildernew's all-Ireland agenda: Ulster Herald

Sinn Féin struggles to straddle border: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Unpleasant truths behind the smiling mask of Sinn Fein: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Real IRA ready to renounce violence: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Conference promotes role of women officers: Belfast Telegraph (May 17)
Claire McNeilly

DUP 'will veto Irish language act':

Paisley's D-day tie-up for auction: The News Letter (May 18)

Master of the charm offensive: The Observer
Nicholas Watt

'SNP has rattled timbers of Union': Scotland on Sunday
Richard Elias

Saturday, May 19

UVF meets with arms commission for 'frank' discussions: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

US senate welcomes powersharing: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Hard decisions and past times: Derry Journal (May 11)
Eddie Kerr

Truth will set you free:
Des Wilson

Root of problems: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Protestantism and the Republic: The Blanket (May 2)
Roy Johnston

A hasty pay-out: The News Letter (May 16)

Policing with the community: (from the Irish News)
Paul Leighton

Dodds accuses SF of united Ireland 'fantasy': Irish Examiner

SF goes for Mandela kudos: Irish Independent

I'm in the mainstream at last, says Tory new boy Trimble: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

SF seeks Irish development plan:

Applying the principles of Ayurveda to Irish politics – North and South: Sunday Independent (May 13)
Eoghan Harris

Teachers back joint faith schools: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

New talks on march?:

Alternative to bonfires welcome: (from the Irish News)

New apartment block planned for loyalist Shankill Road: Belfast Telegraph

Issues mirrored across interfaces:

Republican arrest in crime probe: BBC

Sinn Féin angry over republican's arrest: RTE

Website for victims of troubles: Belfast Telegraph (May 8)

Business and politics can partner for peace: Daily Star (Lebanon)
Rami G. Khouri

Tartan telling-off for RUFF renegades: Sunday Life (May 6)
Stephen Breen

Just ask Quebec – Scottish independence the road to nowhere: Barrie Examiner (May 7)
Gwynne Dyer

Scotland a-kilter: Christian Science Monitor (May 7)

The future of the United Kingdom: Jamaica Gleaner (May 7)

Friday, May 18

IRA and UDA leaders' first public meeting: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Paisley not opposed to Civic Forum: UTV Internet

MEP couldn't believe his eyes: Ulster Herald

'Policing powers on course for devolution': (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

West Belfast 'is warming to police': The News Letter

Blair thanks US for role in NI peace:

King's resolution shows change of heart on Britain: New York Newsday (May 17)
Louise Radnofsky

Sinn Fein promise to draw up plans for unified Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Maskey calls for 'radical overhaul' of local government: UTV Internet

British soldiers gone from Omagh: Ulster Herald
Adrian Mullan

Plot to blow up Stormont: (from the News of the World, May 13)
Martin Breen

Republicans back inquiry on Omagh bomb: The Scotsman
Alan Erwin

Bomb victim families seek Dail debate: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Kelly's widow in bid to clear name: (from the Irish News, May 14)

No winners in digging up the past: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

It's more than summer games: Ulster Herald

Sinn Fein makes inroads south of border: The Independent
David McKittrick

Poll predicts capital gains for Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Ahern says coalition with SF a no-no:
Elaine Edwards

Adams' role in this election is sinister and deeply unwelcome: Irish Independent

Salmond to seek common ground with Ian Paisley: The Herald
Kevin Schofield

Paisley's praise for nationalist: BBC

Site of 1994 Loughinisland massacre up for sale: Sunday Tribune (May 13)
Terry McLaughlin and Suzanne Breen

The Troubles – A Walking Tour: New York Times
Will Self

An Irish lesson for Palestinians: Gulf Daily News

Thursday, May 17

Privy Council titles conferred on DUP men: The News Letter

Political Harmony Continues in North: Irish Voice/
Barry McCaffrey

A good day for Republic, a good day for Bertie: Belfast Telegraph
Maurice Hayes

Assembly is merely a twig on the NIO branch: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Cabinet of Ancient Enemies: Irish Voice/
John Spain

How Dr No came in from the cold: The News Letter (Apr 30)

Acts of peace rarely make the news: Ottawa Citizen (May 16)
Dan Gardner

Anglo-Irish relations are now cordial: The News Letter (May 15)

Ahern in London: Irish Echo

New Ulster: The Times (May 9)

Sinn Fein warns over plans to scrap super councils: UTV Internet

Orde urged to reject use of stun guns:

Group to tackle interface issues: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Loyalist killer to be quizzed over 1971 bombing: Sunday Business Post (May 13)
Colm Heatley

Support for widow of garda: The News Letter

Adams condemns detective's killing as first IRA man freed: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Lá finally tiocfaidhs for mellow Gerry and the peacemakers: Irish Independent

SF 'ready for government' – Adams:
Elaine Edwards

Sinn Fein eyes power south of the border: The Times
David Sharrock

Adams on the attack after slur on 'crazy' policies: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

MLA welcomes McMenamin court result: Derry Journal (May 11)

Victims of Troubles condemn Internet game: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

A genuine friendship forged through a sea of Troubles: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Blair years broke Ulster stalemate: The News Letter

Blair will be welcomed into Catholic fold via his 'baptism of desire': The Times
Ruth Gledhill, Jeremy Austin and Philip Webster

PM is man of deep faith and determination: Lord Eames: Belfast Telegraph (May 11)
Alf McCreary

Did he delay conversion for sake of Irish peace?: The Times
Graham Stewart

Sectarian bias must be tackled, says new Moderator: The Scotsman
Shân Ross

Lessons can be learnt from Northern Ireland: Cyprus Mail (May 16)
Leo Leonidou

Luck of the Irish: Jerusalem Post
Evelyn Gordon

Wednesday, May 16

Taoiseach warns MPs of need to sustain NI advances: The Irish Times
Frank Millar and Deaglán de Bréadún

'I've never met a bigger man than Bertie': Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

'Partnership of peace' at the heart of Ahern's address to MPs and peers: The Times
David Sharrock

Lengthy speech praised for its subtle lyricism: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

Epic ending to a Herculean task: Irish Independent

Taoiseach's address – Speech heralds tide of change: Irish Examiner

Equality call for flags and emblems at Stormont:
Damian McCarney

Hopes and dreams of millions lie on shoulders of politicians, says primate: Belfast Telegraph (May 8)
Alf McCreary

The barriers must come down as days of tribal politics fade away: Irish Independent (May 9)
Chris Anderson

Smiles better up at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Harmonious convergence grows: Boston Herald (May 8)
Rachelle Cohen

RSF reject PSNI claims: Derry Journal

Unionists suggest Republic rejoins the Commonwealth: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

More calls for Govt to rejoin Commonwealth: Ireland_On-Line

Censorship Complementing Cover Up: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Paisley needs to address one man's innocence in particular: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Freed McCabe killer 'should serve another 30 years': Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe and Cormac O'Keeffe

Kenny willing to work with Sinn Féin if elected: Irish Examiner

SF remove election posters in NI:

Hunger strike recalled at Milltown: (May 8)
Áine McEntee

Turner artist turns focus on Bobby Sands: The Guardian
Charlotte Higgins

Channel 4 goes inside the mind of Bobby Sands: The Independent
Arifa Akbar

Peace builder: Derry Journal

Order pledges Boyne co-operation: The News Letter (May 12)

Rangers pitch protest ends in £4,000 claim for redress: The Scotsman


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