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Monday, May 31

Stevenson endorses call for unity: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Fouth man held over Shankill gun attack: UTV Internet

Two new arrests after loyalist murder: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Murder of loyalist Bobby Moffet 'is to show UVF won't be messed around': Belfast Telegraph

McCord Snr threatened 'by UVF': UTV Internet

Bobby Moffett shooting makes a mockery of decommissioning: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Nelson McCausland 'met creationists before museums request': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin delegation in Maghaberry visit (May 25): Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Duffy family fury over prison visit problem: Lurgan Mail

Maghaberry must not be left to fester (May 27): Belfast Telegraph

Saville Bloody Sunday Report 'must lead to prosecutions': (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Solicitor's 'sense of justice' will remain with family always (Mar 15): Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Aston Villa boss Martin O'Neill tells of IRA taunts: Belfast Telegraph

North braced for swingeing cuts: Sunday Business Post

Sinn Fein growing more popular in Republic: Belfast Telegraph

Tele acknowledges the Irish language exists: Belfast Media
Gearóid Ó Cairealláin

Does Northern Ireland need Red Hand sculpture? (May 10): Belfast Telegraph
Declan O'Neill

Genuine reform and the church (May 20): The Irish Times

Ireland may join second EU battlegroup: Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

Sunday, May 30

Order is divided, says group (May 28): The News Letter

Unionists launch challenge to Sinn Fein poll victory: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Robinson reveals pact plan: The News Letter

The unhappy fate of unionist leaders: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Why old sectarian headcounts don't add up at polls anymore (May 27): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Man arrested over Shankill murder: UTV Internet

Mortar bomb is launched at a Londonderry police station: BBC

PSNI pay £400k for informers: UTV Internet

Inspired policing: Belfast Telegraph

DUP vows to scrutinise distribution of homes: The News Letter

Bloody Sunday Inquiry – A £191 million fiasco: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Gilligan

The questions that Saville must answer: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Fire service 'wrong to remove Enniskillen tribute': The News Letter

Victims campaigner meets new justice minister: Belfast Media
Áine McEntee

Poots' self-inflicted wound is a body blow to economy (May 27): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Campfield

Cuts could test the Union, claims report: The News Letter

The vision must now be followed by the venture: Belfast Media

A nation holds its breath: Sunday Independent
Eamonn Sweeney

Rod the Prod gets a present: Belfast Media

Cardinal withdraws from talk in Oxford (May 24): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Devine slams anti-Catholic agenda in child sex abuse row: The Herald
Stephen Naysmith

Queen's speech – reforming the role of the attorney general? (May 27):
Joshua Rozenberg

Saturday, May 29

Chief Justice to hear Fermanagh challenge: UTV Internet

Dodds takes over from Robinson: The News Letter

Hotlines for Garda and PSNI to battle terrorism: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Road checkpoints on way – Ahern: The Irish Times
Steven Carroll

More officers on the ground is key to defeating dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Sinn Fein warns chief constable in ex-priest case: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Explosion at Derry police base: UTV Internet

Army technical officers tasked to pub bomb alert – PSNI: Londonderry Sentinel

Man released over Newry car bomb: UTV Internet

Bomb found outside Sinn Fein office: Belfast Telegraph

Police stop rioters with ice cream van music: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Ice-cream van music used to calm Belfast riot a mistake, say police:
Henry McDonald

Call to tackle Northern Ireland segregation with mixed housing estates: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Terrorist shot dead in Belfast by fellow loyalists:
Henry McDonald

Man killed in lunchtime shooting on Shankill Road: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Murder of loyalist Bobby Moffat sparks feud fears: Belfast Telegraph

Man detained over fatal Shankill shooting: UTV Internet

Paramilitaries 'still rule our streets': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Poynztpass killer freed by judge: UTV Internet

Fresh inquest ordered into Bradley killing: Mid Ulster Mail

Teen murdered by IRA awarded Elizabeth Cross posthumously: Warrington Guardian

Truth of Bloody Sunday to be 'set free' at last (May 26):
Paddy McGuffin

Paisley appointed to House of Lords: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Paisley gets peerage ... and a seat alongside his Lady wife: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

GAA president backs Londonderry UK City of Culture bid: Londonderry Sentinel

Nuala O'Loan calls on Church and state leaders to be 'humble' (May 28): Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Alex Salmond 'drops independence for the time being': Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Friday, May 28

Connor legal challenge begins: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SF slams legal challenge to poll win: Belfast Telegraph

UUP Chair slams McCrea outburst: UTV Internet

Conservative Party cash for UUP rises 625% in a year: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Paisley Jnr – I'm following a giant': Belfast Telegraph

UUP will engage in 'constructive communication' with DUP: Londonderry Sentinel

Why Declan was way off the mark in unity call: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Northern Ireland's Chief Constable gets helicopter and 20 officers before walking in Crossmaglen: Belfast Telegraph

North plans security summit amid new wave of violence: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Dissident prison trouble 'minority': Belfast Telegraph

Arrests over Strabane explosion: BBC

Homes evacuated in Londonderry security alert: UTV Internet

Bid to save Northern Ireland local government reform: Belfast Telegraph

Baggott loses shoot-to-kill secret reports challenge: BBC

Paterson sees Bloody Sunday relatives: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Jack Lynch told seduction not rape was key to Irish unity: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Museum row over creationism goes on: UTV Internet

Orange Order backs Minister over complaints to museum: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Could Nelson's idea be the start of something?: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Representing history: The Irish Times

McCrea responds on half-marathon row: Mid Ulster Mail

SF man slammed over attempt to 'demonise' NI fans: The News Letter

Campbell slams 'sniper' remarks: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

David Cameron's Northern Ireland cuts deal 'angers England': Belfast Telegraph

Londonderry shares experience at Kosovan divided cities conference: Londonderry Sentinel

Group seeks summer hosts for children: Albany Times Union
Mary Kate Baumann

Thursday, May 27

Decision due on legal challenge to Fermanagh/South Tyrone result: Belfast Telegraph

MLA tells Empey to 'go now': The News Letter
Sam McBride

MLA's call for Sir Reg to quit 'reprehensible': Belfast Telegraph

O'Loan could have point about SF merger: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

DUP accuse Long of 'cynical calculation': The News Letter

Dissident republicans highly active but marginal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Cross-Border co-operation between security forces paying dividends: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Time to decommission commission?: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Keeping a step ahead of terrorism: The News Letter

Brother of IRA woman killed by SAS in Gibraltar accused of car bombing:
Henry McDonald

Shot IRA woman's brother on bomb charge: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

French house intended as RIRA gun store: UTV Internet

Alleged dissident republican 'discussed weapons plot': Belfast Telegraph

Court vow to trample on sectarian crimes: Belfast Telegraph

Top accolade for interface policeman: The News Letter

Loyalist Andre Shoukri due for release: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Bloody Sunday – Saville report to be published at last:
Henry McDonald

Saville Report – Publication date June 15: Derry Journal

Bloody Sunday families welcome report date: Irish Independent
David Young

Guildhall requested as venue for Bloody Sunday families: Londonderry Sentinel

Bloody Sunday costs 'must be revealed': The News Letter

Time for the truth about Bloody Sunday to emerge: The Irish Times
Dick Grogan

Ian Paisley 'peerage' an insult, insists murder slur man: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-military MP recalls horror of Droppin' Well: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland minister calls on Ulster Museum to promote creationism:
Henry McDonald

Museums chief slams Northern Ireland 'interference': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin MLA hits out at Culture Minister: Londonderry Sentinel

Orange Order voices Ulster Museum exhibition concerns: Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday, May 26

O'Loan punished by SDLP over his 'single party' gaffe: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Orange interventions only help Sinn Fein: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Overstaying your welcome is a symptom of our body politic: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Unionist 'let's be friends' pokes falling a bit flat: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

MLA criticised over parade comments: The News Letter

How South Belfast voted: Belfast Media
Alana Fearon

MI5 agent in Omagh bomb claim: UTV Internet

Crisis jail talks as dissident ends hunger strike: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Hunger strike vow: Newry Democrat
Joanne Ross

Man remanded over Dundalk 'bomb factory': UTV Internet

Shot Derry man admits drug-dealing past: BBC

Victim in dissident clemency plea: UTV Internet

Queen not welcome here, not yet anyway – Cllr McMahon: Donegal Democrat

Call for public apology after HET report exonerates Reavey family: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

SF meeting place is targeted by arsonists: Newry Democrat
Claire Treanor

Plan to cut Northern Ireland councils may be delayed until 2015 (May 7): Belfast Telegraph

Poots defends delay in 'super councils': The News Letter

Call for ministers to take pay cut: Belfast Telegraph

CCTV probe after interface clashes: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein urges Derry kids – stop this riot nonsense: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

House of Lords is not perfect, but it works (May 24): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Vallely

Tuesday, May 25

Sinn Fein and SDLP 'should unite': Belfast Telegraph

Shock at call for nationalist unity: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Northern Ireland – SDLP assembly man in U-turn over Sinn Féin merger:
Henry McDonald

Unity poses a serious challenge for unionism: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Order urged to 'stay out of politics': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ritchie resigns from Stormont Executive: RTE

Why the Union's guardians threaten to bring it down: Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

Irish police foil Real IRA bomb plot on border:
Henry McDonald

Two held over potential explosive device: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan & Elaine Keogh

Dundalk bomb plant links to be scrutinised: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Brady

Man arrested in Dunmurry in 'dissident probe': BBC

Man shot in Strabane told he has '24 hours to leave': BBC

Mother says INLA killed her son and threatened to kill her and children: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Court clears PSNI officer who fired six shots at man: Belfast Telegraph

MI5 officer – I didn't act as agent provocateur: Belfast Telegraph

Evelyn McDaid – 'I will miss Kevin until the day I die': The News Letter

Protestants still feel 'on edge' in Coleraine: The News Letter

PSNI say incident is 'hate crime': BBC

How the peace train pulled out without Martin Galvin: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Libel damages for police inquiry team:
Roy Greenslade

Larkin made first Attorney General: Belfast Telegraph

New attorney general John Larkin 'may need more powers': BBC

Assembly breathes sigh of relief at £128m North cuts: Irish Independent
Noel McAdam

Wilson suggests range of savings in administrative costs and quango cull: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

A common cause against cuts: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Castlereagh slips back on transparency pledge: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Boom time to end for border traders: Belfast Telegraph

Abortion is wrong, but should be legal in Ulster: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Irrelevance is a commodity never lacking in Irish academe: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Time for Paddy to embrace the old enemy as our friend (May 23): Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

Monday, May 24

Unionist unity call by head of Orange Order: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Orange intervention "counter-productive" (May 23): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Ian Paisley joins wife Eileen in House of Lords (May 23): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

President says peace process 'absolutely rock solid': The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe

Make peace a fact rather than a work in progress (May 7): Belfast Media
Fred Cobain

Garda seizure foils Real IRA plan for North bomb attack: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Elaine Keogh

Minister for Justice warns of 'severe' threat from dissident republicans: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Serene location was perfect spot for dissidents: Irish Independent
Elaine Keogh

Man is shot and beaten in bedroom in Strabane: BBC

Aunt tells of family's ongoing grief at Kevin McDaid anniversary: Belfast Telegraph

Reckless remarks about the Troubles are no joke: Irish Post

Hugo Swire becomes Northern Ireland minister (May 19): Exmouth Journal

Devolved leaders meet for talks in Belfast: BBC

Those who benefited should now step forward (May 3): Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Register of party donors essential (Jan 14): Belfast Telegraph

State spends €750k paying lawyers to attend Irish courses (May 23): Sunday Tribune
Martin Frawley

€2m church bill sparks call for schools reform (May 21): Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Sunday, May 23

Ex-UUP minister backs Nesbitt for leader: The News Letter

UUP needs a brave new leader – fast: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Northern Ireland – Three leaders lose as 'great blue hope' flops: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Do we really need to put an end to dual mandates? (May 21): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Will Cameron be Grim Reaper of the public sector? (May 19): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Adams relative on hunger strike is seriously ill: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Sinn Fein accuses MI5 over blaze: The News Letter

Two still held over dissident bomb operation: RTE

MLA rejects claim of 'mistaken identity': The News Letter

Man shot in Co. Down: UTV Internet

Embargo forces garda hopefuls to look North: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Brighton bomber justifies actions: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Call for HET to clear UDR men: The News Letter

Tribunal into Border murders has cost taxpayer €6.3m: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Let's explore benefits of co-operation, says Stuart (May 21): Belfast Telegraph
Symon Ross

Opportunities are real and significant – Kelly: The News Letter

Kennedy clan to visit in honour of senator Edward: Sunday Independent
Tom Ryan

Call to commemorate Easter Rising rejected: The News Letter

Rejoining the Commonwealth club? C'mon it'll be great sport: Sunday Independent
Eamon Delaney

Son of IRA man admits to US killing: The News Letter

Cardinal is hurting church by staying on: The Sunday Times

We can learn from Northern Ireland in appointing judges (May 17): The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Saturday, May 22

Order calls for Unionist Unity: UTV Internet

No-one ever said political stability would be exciting: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Long to step down from Stormont: The News Letter

Divided opinions on councillor ban plan: The News Letter

The cousins are coming...: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Cameron's election bodes well for relations with the North: Irish Post
Mal Rogers

Hung parliament was choice of the electorate: The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Cameron's blue-sky budget cuts need the hard sell to our MLAs (May 17): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Ulster high on agenda of new PM: The News Letter

PSNI full-time reserve are 'people, not a commodity': Ulster Star

Justice call over police disability pensions: BBC

Northern Ireland police investigate gun attack on ex-soldier:
Henry McDonald

Armagh attack may be mistaken identity: UTV Internet

I'm no Clint Eastwood – officer: Belfast Telegraph

Hollywood star says bomb comments were lost in translation: Irish Post
Siobhán Breatnach

'Shot in the back as I ran away': Derry Journal
Julieann Campbell

Hunger strike can be resolved – McCartney: Londonderry Sentinel

Shinners on prowl: Irish Independent

'Whacker' friend gets three years over INLA link: Evening Herald
Diarmaid Mac Dermott and Cormac Looney

MLA slams 'sniper' comments on BBC: The News Letter

SF councillor condemns sectarian abuse directed at U14 soccer team (May 19): Londonderry Sentinel

Girl injured as Customs storm Greencastle woman's home: Derry Journal

NI's leaders back Londonderry's British culture bid (May 18): Londonderry Sentinel

Photograph lands MLA in Sunday marathon row: The News Letter

McAleese urges farms co-operation (May 13): Belfast Telegraph

UK ban on below-cost alcohol to ease cross-border stampede (May 21): Irish Independent
Aideen Sheehan

Abortion ad blackout welcomed: The News Letter

Kirk and Catholic Church strengthen ties (May 21): The Scotsman
Craig Brown

Friday, May 21

Northern Ireland spared spending cuts for a year, David Cameron announces:
Henry McDonald

Peter Robinson's warning as new PM Cameron speaks of cuts: Belfast Telegraph

David Cameron's commitment to NI is 'absolute': RTE

Sir Reg gets a big thank you from Cameron: The News Letter

DUP expecting greater say at PM's Questions: Belfast Telegraph

Cameron faces questions on return to NI: BBC
Mark Devenport

Cameron's personal promise to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
David Cameron

Plenty of pain but no relief in sight: Belfast Telegraph

Cowen calls for unionist respect for 1916 plans: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Cowen warns dissidents not to hijack 1916 centenary plan: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

McCausland issues Easter Rising centenary warning: Belfast Telegraph

Cameron would like queen to visit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ireland should join Commonwealth – senator: Belfast Telegraph

Furthering our friendship: Irish Independent

Taoiseach backs British culture bid: Londonderry Sentinel

Shannon to address MPs in Ulster Scots: The News Letter

Ritchie puts pressure on Cameron over Saville: Londonderry Sentinel

Bloody Sunday report out in fortnight, Cameron tells McGuinness: The Times
David Sharrock

Deliver the dollars to deprived Northern Ireland areas, US envoy is urged: Belfast Telegraph

Welcome for retention of full-time Reserve: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

Ex-IRA activists 'not joining dissident ranks': Belfast Telegraph

Violent republicans killed one, shot 16 and planted 12 bombs: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Irish science graduate jailed for having bomb parts: Belfast Telegraph

Man who is paraplegic jailed for three years for INLA kidnap plot: The Irish Times

Bonus pay allegations are untrue, MI5 agent tells court: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Over £16m spent on Maze site 'where nothing is happening': The News Letter

400 set to take part in Republican march through Hamilton: Hamilton Advertiser
John Rowbotham

Thursday, May 20

Paisley Jr to stand down from assembly: UTV Internet

UUP looks unlikely to take the hint from electorate: The Irish Times
David Adams

Politics is about more than counting heads: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Shirlow

Mix-up sees MP miss first day: The News Letter

First Ministers Robinson and McGuinness say no to call for reform on ethics: Belfast Telegraph

Police 'must be given funds to combat threat': The News Letter

Warning on PSNI must be heeded: The News Letter

Ex-priest sues over PSNI security vetting: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Sergeant fired shots 'in fear': UTV Internet

Dissidents won't stop Derry culture bid says US envoy: BBC

Abuse mars match: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Loyalists 'will continue to put flags up': Ballymoney Times

Counting the cost of delaying council reform: The News Letter
N R Greer

Interface project aims to build trust: UTV Internet

Republican mavericks behind city protest: Evening Herald
Michael Lavery

Man connected to £26.5m Northern Bank raid jailed for being in IRA: Belfast Telegraph

100% conviction rate reported for terrorism offences: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Eugene Reavey calls for Paisley apology: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gerry Adams' brother remanded on continuing bail: Belfast Telegraph

MLAs hit out at £12.5m Maze 'waste': UTV Internet

Shared history North & South important – Cowen: RTE

Belfast's Ulster Museum and the trouble with the Troubles:
Jonathan Jones

The Irish won't rule in England after all.... (May 18): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Integrated schools defended: Belfast Telegraph

For good or ill, hierarchy always puts church first (May 19): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Ireland – the Brady crunch:
Andrew Brown

Cuts must start at the top of a bloated public sector: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Hope for PMS savers after Equitable rescue: The News Letter

We need new foundations to help build a better country: The Irish Times
Eamon Gilmore

Wednesday, May 19

Fermanagh vote row could yet end in court: The News Letter

Battle on for Durkan seat: Derry Journal

Naomi catches Robbo with a knockout blow: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

NI MPs opposing government: UTV Internet

Change of government won't damage peace process – insists McGuinness: Derry Journal

Energetic but naive – the risky mix that drives Owen Paterson: Belfast Telegraph
Maurice Hayes

The times, they are changing: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Teacher leads review of Ulster Unionists: Derry Journal

Time for change in unionism (May 17): The News Letter

Pipe bomb abandoned in Newry sparks anger: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Man charged after terrorism arrests: UTV Internet

Road reopens after security alert in west Belfast: BBC

Police 'must be given funds to combat threat': The News Letter

No justice without law and order: Derry Journal

Billboard appeal for missing Crossmaglen men: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Omagh bomb damages claim fails: UTV Internet

Blame RIRA for your wife's death: Belfast Telegraph

All republican violence has failed in its aims – no one in 1916 wanted what we have today: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Why it's still too soon to call the past a foreign country: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Maze prison 'indecision bill' costs £12.5m: BBC

Durkan to lead SDLP drive for united Ireland: Londonderry Sentinel

Adams in appeal for All-Ireland economics: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Tories are foolish to line up Northern Ireland as a tax haven:
Richard Murphy

Invest NI fearful over funding cuts: BBC

Tories must not be cavalier with cuts: Belfast Telegraph

150 mums go North to save on birth costs: Evening Herald

Cardinal Brady resists calls to resign: BBC
William Crawley

Canny Cardinal puts Pope on the spot: The Times
Ruth Gledhill

A historic opportunity for optimistic leadership (Apr 24): The Irish Times
Maureen Gaffney

Tuesday, May 18

DUP and UUP put out unity feelers: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Paisley and Empey 'to be made peers': The News Letter

UUP accused over Robinson quit call (May 16): Belfast Telegraph

Sir Reg – and Peter – should go now: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Could Mike Nesbitt end up as Ulster Unionist leader?: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Empey should be wise to cut short this long goodbye: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Unionist unity will require policies and not just pacts: Belfast Telegraph
David McNarry

Grass will be greener when the fence is gone (Apr 22): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

UUP may benefit from electoral reform (May 11): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Local derby throws up the usual result (May 11): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Paterson urged to act on SF expenses: The News Letter
Sam McBride

225 reserve officers to stay on till March 2011: BBC

Northern Ireland police attacked during bomb hoax:
Henry McDonald

Dissidents 'determined to wreak destruction': The News Letter

'We won't be going back' – say Donegal schools affected by bomb threat in Derry (May 14): Derry Journal

Officer feared he would be shot: UTV Internet

Officials fail in bid to reveal secret files (May 11): Belfast Telegraph

Call to restore funding for bombing survivors: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

How only time will tell the future for our past: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Youths fly flag for Good Relations (May 7): Derry Journal

Meeting to thrash out the cuts Northern Ireland must face: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister and Noel McAdam

Cameron and Clegg could save Inishowen: Derry Journal

North will lie at mercy of Nama in years to come: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

EU 'no threat' to Republic's low corporate tax (May 15): Belfast Telegraph

Catholic Church will 'not easily surrender' its role in education (May 10): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Dark side of the church (May 12): Irish Independent

Monday, May 17

Empey to stand down as UUP leader: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Sir Reg in challenge to Robinson: The News Letter

Unionism 'needs fresh approach' – Empey: BBC

Robinson – I'll not be pushed: The News Letter

Who could you mean, Mr Paisley? (May 15): Belfast Telegraph

Chances of unionist pact receding: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Now for the next step (May 10): Belfast Media

Pat Cox quashes Sinn Fein quit rumours: Impartial Reporter
Catriona Loughran

McShane issues first post-SF statement: Ballymoney Times

Row as border PSNI station to be closed: The News Letter

'Be realistic' over police station closures, Baggott is urged: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Why we must not sleepwalk into new parades legislation (May 13): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

We will consider pay cuts – ministers: The News Letter

'Peripheral' IRA didn't warrant 'full-blooded' massacre (Apr 26): Derry Journal

Funds call for bomb victim campaign: Belfast Telegraph

Still no justice:
Paddy McGuffin

British fail to attend Famine ceremony: Irish Independent
Brian McDonald

Rockall dispute denied: The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

Inspections 'key to raising standards' in Irish language schools (May 15): Belfast Telegraph

Seven held after Anglo Irish protest: The Irish Times

Catholic Archbishop in plea to media (May 5): Belfast Telegraph

Issues for the Catholic Church (May 12): The Irish Times

A nation in the grip of secular Calvinism (May 10): The Herald
Ron Ferguson

Sunday, May 16

Empey to stand down before UUP conference: RTE

Ulster Unionists must resolve key unity question: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Can Naomi keep her seat (May 14): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Candidates in East Londonderry seat look back at election outcome: Coleraine Times

Voting reform could breathe life into UUP: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Coalitions and Stormont's 'local madness': BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

UK coalition talks put Ulster to shame: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Glued to spectacle of the unthinkable being thought: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Two nations divided by a common political language: The Herald
Ian Bell

Child escapes Newry gun attack: UTV Internet

Dissident deal linked to Kildare arms haul: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

'Bright brand new day' for Coulter: Derry Journal

Pressure on Poots over changeover: The News Letter

Anger over Council's investment snub (May 11): Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Saville must exonerate every victim – Truth more important (May 14): Derry Journal

Release Saville report now (May 14): Derry Journal

Parents speak out over Irish language schools: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Former BBC man Jerome Quinn 'responsible for his sacking' (May 14): Belfast Telegraph

The Sun speaks with forked tongue to the Scots on behalf of English Tory voters (May 11):
Roy Greenslade

Extradition of missing Basque killer opposed: Belfast Telegraph

Can we make a link between Broadways? (May 10): Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir


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