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Thursday, May 31

Peter Robinson says Alliance shared future group boycott 'ludicrous': BBC
Gareth Gordon

Closed-door debate isn't working for communities: Belfast Telegraph
David Ford

Mind the gap – Alliance and the community relations debate: BBC
Mark Devenport

CSI Belfast is no thriller but it will run and run: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

You can't be too careful when it comes to tricolours: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Belfast City Hall Twelfth move welcomed: BBC

Sinn Fein won't veto plan for a jubilee gift to Queen: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Presbyterians back talks with SF: The News Letter

The Cambridge PhD graduate who is planning a political career .. in Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Padraic Halpin

Oxygen of publicity energises Sinn Féin but lack of airtime weakens Labour (May 24): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Sinn Féin's High Court commission challenge rejected: Irish Examiner
Aodhán Ó Faoláin and Juno McEnroe

Sinn Fein court 'stunt' will cost taxpayers up to €200,000: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Sinn Fein will be the big winners if the Republic of Ireland says No in the fiscal reform referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Irish referendum – taking a punt:

A necessary treaty (May 30): The Irish Times

Price treatment 'cruelty beyond cruelty': Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

The Torture of Marian Price: Counter Punch
Sandy Boyer

PSNI charges two men with terrorist offences following discovery of pipe bombs: RTE

Kate Carroll to meet McConville's parents: Banbridge Leader

Unionist accuses SF of treating Catholics as 'second class citizens': Mid Ulster Mail

Jailed – Metal thief who tried to steal plaque commemorating two children killed in IRA bomb just weeks before second memorial was taken: Daily Mail
Suzannah Hills

Orangemen hold meeting Down Under (May 24): The News Letter

Ritchie welcomes successful Narrow Water Bridge appeal: Newry Times
Paul Malone

'Desperate'Catholics vote to set up reform group: Irish Independent
Allison Bray

We have a duty to scrutinise the monarchy, not the tittle-tattle: The Independent
Andreas Whittam Smith

Taxman can refuse to collect new Scottish taxes: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Wednesday, May 30

What I have could sink the UUP, says McNarry: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness says Executive will consider gift to Queen: BBC

UUP MLA Danny Kinahan says Diamond Jubilee 'prime example of union bonds': The News Letter
Danny Kinahan

Jeffrey Donaldson – IRA must say sorry: Belfast Telegraph

Unionists must realise it would do them good to talk: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Call for zero tolerance on Northern Ireland paramilitary flags: BBC
Mark Devenport

Burying inconvenient news: The News Letter
N R Greer

A week ago the SDLP signed up to the Girdwood project... now party has got cold feet: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Sectarian' graffiti attack slammed: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

UN doctors to examine Marian Price: UTV

Security blunder identifies RUC post applicants: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

'Assembly should have control of Fiscal Powers' – Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Sinn Féin surges as leader of anti-treaty forces (May 28): The Irish Times
Damian Loscher

Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams as Ireland's next Prime Minister? – New poll makes it a possibility after the next election: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Sinn Féin rampant (May 28): The Irish Times

SF challenge to referendum body 'no stunt' – Adams: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins, Mary Minihan & Barry Roche

Fiscal treaty referendum vote will be just an illusion of democracy: Irish Examiner
Colette Browne

The touching faith of Sinn Fein ... and why Shane Ross is too clever by half: Irish Independent
John Bruton

Proud to be a Nation of Serial Referendum-Holders:
Deaglán de Bréadún

When all else fails, blame those blasted civil servants: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

RTE channels will go on Freeview in Northern Ireland: BBC

Derry welcome for free TV channels post switchover: Derry Journal

There's transformation in the Derry air: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

McFeely received €3.75m based on 'sham' lease, UK court hears: Irish Independent
John Mulligan

Tuesday, May 29

Sinn Fein Ard Fheis – Sinn Fein faithful back meeting the Queen and Troubles apology: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Queen meeting 'big ask' for SF – Adams: UTV

Sinn Fein Ard Fheis – Royal liaison must be sincere or it should not take place – UUP man: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein – From 'peace building to nation building': BBC
Mark Devenport

Sinn Fein Ard Fheis – Attitudes showing real signs of change: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein making hay in treaty poll sunshine: BBC
Shane Harrison

Even if they lose, Shinners win from Treaty campaign: Evening Herald

Why wooing votes in South is still a headache for Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Minihan

McGuinness offers to meet those responsible for Derry murders: Derry Journal

Device thrown at police officers in Craigavon: BBC

Two held as Army bomb team called: Belfast Telegraph

Victims 'left feeling like an inconvenience': The News Letter

David McNarry says expulsion from Ulster Unionist Party was personal: BBC

Let me tell you a Storey about Earl: Derry Journal
Earl Storey

After the fall... are we witnessing the return of Iris Robinson to public life?: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Loyalists need a blue-collar hero – Working class out of politics loop: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Can Stormont closed shop lead us to future we crave?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Alasdair McDonnell says SDLP to consult lawyers over Girdwood: BBC

Jordan shooting informant 'killed': Belfast Telegraph

RUC's place in history secured: The News Letter

Republican memorial 'used as toilet': Derry Journal

Cross border pupils give enrolment boost to under threat schools: Tyrone Times

20% of NI students 'to exploit Irish passport loophole': BBC

30,000 Irish apply to become British citizens: Belfast Telegraph

Former Secretary of State adds weight to tax debate: The News Letter

Tax rate change would come at a price: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Independence may not be the answer to releasing Scotland from chains that bind: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Scottish independence – Third option on ballot would 'muddy waters', expert warns (Apr 25): The Scotsman

Anti-monarchists' rights 'suppressed': The Herald

Monday, May 28

McGuinness insists 'the war is over': The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

SDLP fury over shared housing plan: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin now twice as popular as Labour, poll shows: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Balancing act where nothing moves: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Unresolved contradictions haunt North like Banquo (May 27): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Kennedy condemns Newry violence: Newry Times
Paul Malone

'PSNI were shouting insults' – Hyland on Newry riot: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Marian must be released now (May 24): Belfast Media

Nipsa brands PSNI rehiring policy 'jobs for the boys': BBC

Council chairman helps launch hungerstrike commemoration: Mid Ulster Mail

Thousands mark RUC anniversary: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness urges 'decade of reconciliation': Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

A century on, tide of change is irresistible (May 24): Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Adams says voting No 'patriotic and positive' action: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Recovery is fragile and this is not the time to take risks: The Irish Times
Enda Kenny

For once Stormont could be spending money wisely (May 25): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Presbyterian Church urged to 'distance itself' from organisations: BBC

Bishops would support a day of atonement (May 22): Irish Examiner

Not standing up for the Ulster men (May 24): Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Scottish university fees system branded 'a farce' as Northern Irish students look to exploit loophole: Tayside and Fife Courier

Scottish independence – 'People here are best qualified to run Scotland' (May 25): The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

'Scotland's future will be in Scotland's hands' (May 26): The Herald
Brian Currie

Scottish independence – unionists must appeal to the heart, not just the head:
Jim Gallagher

Sunday, May 27

'Nothing romantic about Troubles', McGuinness tells Sinn Fein conference: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness accuses dissident republicans of being enemies of Ireland:
Henry McDonald

Martin McGuinness offers to meet dissident republicans: BBC

Gerry Adams says dissident republican talks offer is genuine: BBC

Sinn Fein takes aim and continues its military-like assault on State power: Sunday Independent
Celia Larkin

Hot topics and cool drinks at Sinn Fein conference: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sun Shines on the "Shinners" in Killarney:
Deaglán de Bréadún

Adams – A united Ireland makes sense: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

Dissidents are fundraising in Great Britain: Londonderry Sentinel

Bomb alert in Belfast 'elaborate hoax': UTV

Victims of Libyan terrorism urged to work together: The News Letter

Kate ready to launch new project in memory of Stephen: Dromore Leader

Gael's dismay at bank's refusal of Irish cheque: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Republicans ready to rebel against nation's jubilee fever:
Tracy McVeigh and Matthew Taylor

All pain, no gain – the Irish backlash that could mean a 'No' to Europe's austerity plans: Sunday Telegraph
Colin Freeman

This vote in the dark will rob us of fiscal sovereignty: Sunday Independent
Declan Ganley

Bomb disposal call-outs at highest level since 1979 (May 26): The Irish Times
Rowan Gallagher

Alex Salmond's 'Broad church' looks a bit one-sided (May 26): The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Keep an open mind about your Union vote (May 26):
Kevin McKenna

London 2012 – SNP MEP criticises Olympic saltire ban: BBC

Saturday, May 26

Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness confirms unionist talks: BBC

McGuinness claims unionists open to idea of a united Ireland: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Reverend Harold Good says Sinn Fein reconciliation talks 'open and frank': BBC

Now is time to 'forge new friendships': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ford – our critics pay lip service to a shared future, they are happy to perpetuate divisions: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Adams pledges to remain Sinn Féin leader until next general election: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Remember IRA victims as Adams lectures you on TV: Evening Herald
Gerry Gregg

Inspector responds to SF criticism of Larne policing: Larne Times

'Independent' policing board member is SF councillor: The News Letter

SF offers to hold talks with dissidents:
Marie O'Halloran

'Thugs with nothing to offer' – Irwin on petrol bomb throwing youths: Newry Times
Paul Malone

'Police caused Newry riot' – Eirigi: Newry Times
Paul Malone

INLA beat us up – duo accused of garda attack: Evening Herald
Andrew Phelan

Rioter receives suspended sentence: UTV

Kate Carroll tells of never-ending heartache: The News Letter

Secret files link 'Gerry Adams linked to ruthless IRA death squad that murdered mother-of-ten they believed to be British spy': Daily Mail
Nic Robertson

IRA men were 'summarily executed' – Molloy: Tyrone Times

Derry man's conviction 'not safe': Derry Journal

Site 'was never going to solve North issues': Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Orange frustration over Covenant centenary failings: The News Letter

'Childish political point scoring' – SF hit back at Overend Irish school remarks: Mid Ulster Mail

Past hostilities forgotten as hospitality flows in Dublin: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Fianna Fail and Sinn Fein to gain from new electoral map: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Yes campaign for fiscal treaty holding its lead, poll shows: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Shay saddles up to support cross-border cycle challenge: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Scottish nationalists launch drive for independence: Ottawa Citizen
Andrew Osborn

Battle-lines are drawn as independence campaign begins: The Scotsman
Ian Swanson

A vote for independence, not for Salmond's policies: The Herald
Ian Bell

Let battle for the Union commence (May 25): Daily Telegraph

Friday, May 25

Alliance walks away from key talks over shared future plans: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Robinson slams 'boycotter Ford': The News Letter

Unionists question Sinn Féin's commitment to truth and genuine reconciliation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Is Catholic contentment slowing the growth of Sinn Fein?: BBC
Martina Purdy

PR machine is driving Sinn Fein power push: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'What is the point?'- Nesbitt asks dissidents: Londonderry Sentinel

Writing on the wall for Co Tyrone Lenadoon paint unit: Belfast Media

Bogside man remanded on bomb charges: Derry Journal

Anger over 'pointless' Newry disruption: UTV

Police in Newry attacked with petrol bombs: BBC

Dissident republican's sentence for killing officer referred to court of appeal:
Henry McDonald

Rare but necessary move from judge: Belfast Telegraph

I'll fight for change in law, vows widow: The News Letter

Judgment reserved in Massereene murders appeal case: The Irish Times

People urged to take to streets: Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

Speak with one voice: Belfast Media
Nuala Perry

Tapes hold N. Ireland murder secrets: CNN
Nic Robertson and Ken Shiffman

Collusion inquiry bill sitting at 9.8m euro: The News Letter

Raymond McCreesh Anniversary Commemorated: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Sinn Fein men accompany Martin Corey at funeral: BBC

Sinn Fein's Gerry Kelly defends Girdwood housing plans: BBC

McCausland defends Girdwood plans: UTV

Concentrate on homes for Catholics in north Belfast – Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Girdwood barracks development – devil in the detail? (May 22): BBC
Mark Devenport

Bid to make Jubilee cross-community: Impartial Reporter

Concern over Republic's plan to cut Protestant school funding: The News Letter

Thursday, May 24

Ford's stance right over shared future: Belfast Telegraph

Alliance pulls out of Stormont's 'shared future' group: BBC

Ministers U-turn in spite of UDA golfer: Londonderry Sentinel

SAS flag erected and then taken down in Loughgall: Portadown Times

Four SF city SPADS include bomber: Londonderry Sentinel

Vernon Coaker MP at Stormont to discuss legacy of Northern Ireland's past: Belfast Telegraph

Man convicted of murders wins right to work as bouncer: Londonderry Sentinel

Man due in court after bombs find in Londonderry: BBC

Homes evacuated in Londonderry alert: BBC

Pressure grows to review policeman killer's sentence of just 14 years: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Loyalist group PAD threatens to shoot 'scumbag' drug dealers: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Belfast court quashes terror convictions of two men jailed as teenagers:
Owen Bowcott

Smithwick Tribunal hears RUC source 'warned of 'mole' in Dundalk station: BBC

RUC intelligence report so unreliable it was not given to Garda, tribunal told: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Our fate is in the hands of shadowy figures who wield great influence: Belfast Telegraph

Holy Cross show wins award (May 21): Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

Rise in UK applications to Irish universities: BBC

Trust an issue as Garda fortress shut to 'outsiders' (May 23): The Irish Times
Conor Brady

Cameron rebukes Northern Ireland Secretary over gay marriage: The Independent
Andrew Grice

Williams – UK split is no 'magic bullet' for Scotland: The Herald
Brian Donnelly

Why independence is no passport to success: The Scotsman
Rob Brown

£400,000-a-year meeting translation plan for National Assembly (May 22): Western Mail
Martin Shipton

Wednesday, May 23

Bombs found in Derry apartment:
Henry McDonald

Bombs could have caused "serious harm": Derry Journal

Residents outraged as bombs are found in Derry flats: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

'Lucky no-one was killed' – police commander: Derry Journal

Four in court over 'terror training camp' near Omagh: BBC

Man arrested on 'suspicion of dissident republican activity': Londonderry Sentinel

The secret war games terrorists can never win: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

UUP shows McNarry the door: The News Letter

Devolution will be in the air as roadshow hits town: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Pollock appointed new policing board chief:
Barry McCaffrey

Marian Price should be released now – MLAs: Belfast Telegraph

Tohill accused may have 'blacked out': UTV

Carroll killer's sentence under review: UTV

DPP to review PC Carroll killers' jail term: The News Letter

Widow's disgust at 14-year jail sentence for teenage killer of policeman Stephen Carroll: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Widow remains dignifed just feet away from killers: Banbridge Leader

Smithwick granted extension: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien and Steven Carroll

SDLP deputy loses committee position: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson blasts delay as business chiefs take corporation tax cut battle to Westminster: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

SDLP opposes Irish language funding model: BBC

Hurling could boost tourism – Thompson: Coleraine Times

Serious lack of women and minorities among top judges – Sinn Fein (May 15): Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland get McPake Scot-free: Belfast Telegraph
Stuart McKinley

Scottish independence – SNP flip-flops over Nato: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Tuesday, May 22

Weapons find 'a blow to dissidents': Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Arrest over police parents car bomb: UTV

Mid Ulster dissident terror plot foiled: Tyrone Times

'Viable devices' in Derry alert: UTV

Police quiz man over bomb left under car in Derry: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

MLAs call for Price release: Derry Journal

Why the Police Ombudsman won't tell you the outcome of your complaint:
Chris Moore

Tommy English family to sue PSNI: UTV

Stephen Carroll murder – lengthy jail terms for police officer's killers:
Henry McDonald

Constable Stephen Carroll's widow disgusted at 14-year sentence handed to killer: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery and Michael McHugh

Stephen's killers should have got 30 years – widow: The News Letter

Carroll's widow endured trial 'hell': UTV

Campaigners fighting to keep Boston tapes in US: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Chairman of tribunal into allegations of Garda collusion seeks deadline extension: The Irish Times
Steven Carroll

Family's fight for justice moves on: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Libya-IRA victims petition Cameron: The News Letter

'Little has changed since 1981' – IRSP: Derry Journal

Protestants losing out on jobs – report: The News Letter

Sectarianism in workplace dampens jubilee cheer: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Surge in Northern Ireland applications for Irish passports (May 11): Belfast Telegraph

Devolution of corporation tax decision expected this summer: BBC

Corporate tax rate worth the gamble: Belfast Telegraph

Headline 11-Plus Exam was Grade A system – Shinner alternative not working: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

EU fuelled Irish folly to kill the tiger: The Scotsman
Peter Jones

Treaty a mere clause in contract yet unseen: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Only a No vote will save us from the begging bowl: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Monday, May 21

Mother charged with directing terrorism in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
John McGurk

Seven face court over dissident republican charges: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Parade celebrates centenary milestone: The News Letter

The Police Ombudsman – value for money? The Ombudsman building:
Chris Moore

Petrol bombers hit police vehicle in west Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Why Bell's clumsy words ring true: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Clarke welcomes 'definition of victim': Antrim Times

DUP and SF politicians clash over 'mob rule in Larne' claim: Larne Times

Police murder pair to be sentenced: Belfast Telegraph

Shatter to extend €8m tribunal into garda collusion with IRA: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan and Gareth Naughton

Smithwick Tribunal seeks more time to hear evidence and write final report: RTE

The Belfast hotel where you check in but never leave: The Independent
Robert Fisk

Families want answers about pub bombing: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Political survey dropped due to funding problems (May 18): The News Letter

Church 'law' can't be above state law (May 17): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

SDLP leader wants to improve press operation: BBC

In divided Northern Ireland, a newfound passion for hockey: Toronto Star
Rick Westhead

Exchange rate boost for border towns: Irish Examiner
Linda McGrory

Blair's back for Scots campaign, says Darling: The Independent
Andrew Johnson

Events of the next 1,000 days have a huge part to play in Salmond's referendum plans (May 18): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Independent Scotland could save money and defend itself with army a third the size of Denmark's, expert says (May 14): Scottish Daily Record

Sunday, May 20

Duffy relatives face terrorist charges: UTV

Four remanded over 'terror training camp' near Omagh: BBC

Bomb 'plot' 3 face court: The Sun
Simon Hughes & Ryan Miller

PSNI slammed for 'overkill' in weekend dissident operations: Mid Ulster Mail

Stormont told to release SF papers (May 17): The News Letter

Bottles and bricks still get thrown over the wall... but now it's yobbishness rather than politics (Apr 6): The Sun
David Lowe

'Dark tourism' could be a shining light for city: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

James McClean speaks his mind on joining Irish squad (May 16): Irish Voice/
Cathal Dervan

No place on the field of play for FAI armband gesture: Sunday Independent
Louis Jacob

Armbands rarely worn in big games (May 18): The Irish Times
Emmet Malone

Football flight: Irish Echo

Hardy's wise words on a true marriage of minds: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

'Narrow Water Bridge Planning a Priority' – Ruane: Newry Times
Paul Malone

MLA welcomes all-Ireland penalty points system plans (May 16): Derry Journal

Treaty opponents accuse Enda Kenny of scaremongering: RTE

There's little point voting 'No' -- it will be ignored: Sunday Independent
Colm McCarthy

Police officer charged with sectarian breach of the peace after Celtic Park incident: Scottish Daily Record

Anti-bigotry law fails to protect England fans: The Scotsman
Gareth Rose

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor – religious intolerance will wipe out Christianity (May 19): Daily Telegraph

Dervish are caught up in one-sided boycott of Israel (May 6): Sunday Independent
Concubhar Ó Liatháin

Saturday, May 19

Seven in court after Northern Ireland swoop on alleged dissident republicans:
Henry McDonald

Irish dissident charged with directing terrorism just weeks before Queen's jubilee visit to Northern Ireland: Daily Mail
Emily Allen

'Exile' wants RAAD death threat lifted: UTV

Vigilante gang RAAD – exiles can return... but on our terms: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott and Brendan McDaid

Sectarian bullying still rife in Northern Ireland workplaces: The Independent
David McKittrick

Sectarianism – it hasn't gone away, you know: Belfast Telegraph
Ruairi O'Kane

School demands direct apology for Frazer's flag slur: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

New York priest hears victims' stories: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Family of UVF murder victim to take legal action against PSNI over retained skull: RTE

Officials split as IRA tribute is taken down from new wall: Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

Bishop condemns theft of IRA Warrington bomb plaque for scrap: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Hough and Murray Wardrop

Thomas Devlin's family finds new hope as sculpture in memory of murdered son goes on show at MAC: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Our cultures which help make us distinctly different (Apr 19): Impartial Reporter
Julian Thornton

Praise for 'outstanding' RIR parade: Ballymoney Times

'1981' Play marks Raymond McCreesh anniversary in Camlough: Newry Times
Paul Malone

'Cookstown doesn't need Irish-Medium school', says Overend: Mid Ulster Mail

Irish sporting hero James McClean and football's culture war: Irish Voice/
Paddy Duffy

Derry welcome for Euro 2012 Loughlinisland tribute (May 17): Derry Journal

Lennon considered standing down: The Herald

Fiscal treaty is just one part of deeper process: The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

Sinn Fein denies Martin McGuinness wants Cardinal Sean Brady to face court: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

Hilary Mantel – Catholic Church is not for respectable people (May 13): Daily Telegraph
Anita Singh

I'd rather be a Catholic than be 'respectable' (May 16):
Catherine Pepinster

A welcoming church? (May 17): The Irish Times

Union v independence still needs reasoned debate: The Scotsman
Gerry Hassan

Scottish independence – Country would lose warship contracts (May 17): The Scotsman
David Maddox

Friday, May 18

Sinn Fein reshuffle as Martina Anderson takes on MEP role: BBC
Martina Purdy

Nicholson 'will run' in 2014 election: The News Letter

Why David Ford is no longer teacher's pet: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Derry businessman calls on RAAD to lift death threat: BBC

The comment that got a Minister bunkered: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Kneejerk reactions to harsh truths par for the course: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

PPS criticised for failing to provide families with answers:
Barry McCaffrey

Oireachtas seeks bombings inquiry: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Search for IRA murder victim Columba McVeigh expected to end: BBC

McGuinness praises 'republican' Fermanagh for Sands turning point: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Massive loyalist demonstration is litmus test for a decade of commemorative marches: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Sinn Fein is happy to see unionists celebrate Queen: Belfast Telegraph
Jim McVeigh

A turning point in British-Irish relations: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

The Queen has shown the strength of Britain and Ireland's relationship: Daily Telegraph
Eamon Gilmore

Heat on Gilmore as voters defect to Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan and Fiach Kelly

Economy and treaty to be focus of SF ardfheis: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

Support up 7pc for SF but Adams lags: Irish Independent

Loughinisland relatives overwhelmed by armband gesture: Belfast Telegraph
Louise Small

Pundits attack FAI's move to commemorate massacre: Irish Independent
Mark Hilliard

Heineken Cup final – Will Cavan and Monaghan rugby fans support Ulster?: BBC
Eunan McConville

Protestant pupils don't speak Ullans: Londonderry Sentinel

Children of Ulster-Scots speakers 'unable to speak the language': Belfast Telegraph

Despicable – Disgust of campaigning father as scrap metal gang steal memorial to Warrington IRA bomb victim who became an icon in quest for peace: Daily Mail
Jaya Narain and Nazia Parveen

Peter Hain contempt case will not proceed: The Independent
Steven McCaffery & Michael McHugh

Both sides claim victory as Hain memoir contempt case is settled: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Larkin hits back at political critics: The News Letter

The Roman Catholic Church has protected evil for too long (May 6): Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Scottish independence – MoD 'will want out' of separate Scotland (May 16): The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Five defence myths that must be scotched over independence (May 16): Caledonian Mercury
Hamish Macdonell

Thursday, May 17

Northern Secretary still has role to play, says Paterson: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Paterson – My duty is to protect the public: The News Letter

Anderson apologises for golf club 'confusion': BBC

10 years of community relations week – No more them and us?: Belfast Telegraph

Does the Community Relations Council have a future?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Let's have a walk on the mild side: Belfast Telegraph

Standoff turns on credibility of threats: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Extra time to question dissidents: UTV

Man beaten in Derry kidnap: UTV

Mums who send sons for appointment to be shot by vigilantes: The Sun
Nikki Watkins

Why a mother took her teenage son to be shot by vigilante terrorists Republican Action Against Drugs: Belfast Telegraph

Derry council chief hits out at 'bad press' after shootings: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

'Security chiefs fear Culture 2013 threat': Londonderry Sentinel

Judge rejects Ardoyne protest appeal: UTV

Soldier 'lawfully' killed IRA man in Londonderry: BBC

Kennedy 'unsurprised' by Smithwick revelations: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Ceremony to remember anniversary of Dublin-Monaghan bombings: BBC

100,000 forgotten victims of the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Fear among victims' families over body parts retention: BBC

Irish soccer team to honour victims of Loughinisland shooting: RTE

Ravenhill drawing them from all sides: The Irish Times
Orla Bannon

McClean move could inspire others: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

McClean's hurtful barbs insulting to North: The Irish Times
David Adams

School 'IRA youth' HQ in flags mix-up: UTV

O Snodaigh rejects claim he broke ink charity vow (May 15): Evening Herald

More Irish enlisting in British army even as losses in Afghanistan grow: Irish Independent
Graham Clifford

Fine Gael supporters most likely to vote Yes on fiscal treaty, Sinn Féin supporters least likely: RTE

Scottish independence – Scotland 'would need its own currency before joining eurozone': The Scotsman

SNP dismiss politician's demand for referendum on future of the monarchy (May 13): Scottish Daily Record
Mark Aitken

Wednesday, May 16

Peter Robinson in bid to keep Stormont advisers row out of the courts: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'No agreement from Kenny to meet innocent victims' – Kennedy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Bid to heal divisions is soured by a furious row: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sectarian division 'still deeply rooted in NI': BBC

Revealed – the alarming extent of sectarianism in Northern Ireland workplaces: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Teens 'breaking down barriers': The News Letter

Chipping away at bigotry: BBC
Mark Devenport

A little rebellion can be healthy for government (May 15): Belfast Telegraph
Ruairi O'Kane

McNarry rapped over 'quit' claims: The News Letter

Paterson's high-wire act in ensuring his survival: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

'Dissident guns' found in Ardoyne alert: UTV

Pomeroy woman among those arrested in dissident probe: Mid Ulster Mail

Police clarify paramilitary attack figures: Derry Journal

Vigilantes 'told me to face anger classes or get shot': BBC

Spotlight on our shadowy gunmen: Belfast Telegraph

Members of IRA ambush squad named during tribunal sitting: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Margaret Thatcher 'played down collusion': Belfast Telegraph
Gerard Cunningham

IRA man was 'bravest of the brave' – McGuinness: Derry Journal

Tax cut 'would be huge boost': Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Taoiseach rules out TV3 treaty debate with Adams: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan & Pamela Duncan

Sinn Fein – smoke and mirrors (May 14): Irish Independent

Republican SF argues treaty a further erosion of sovereignty: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

Did anti-austerity 'champions' Dessie and Joan mention their €59k pay off for becoming TDs?: Evening Herald
Cormac Murphy

I'm not apologising for my £10,000 Stormont postage bill – Ian Paisley jnr: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Cameron accepts 2014 vote on independence: The Herald
Michael Settle

Tory peer says independence will happen even if SNP lose referendum: Scottish Daily Record

Separation risk to Scots credit rating (Apr 25): The Herald
Michael Settle

Revamp for Unionist cause (May 15): The Scotsman
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