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Saturday, November 15

Devolution under agreement top choice: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton and Noel McAdam

Trimble accuses Paisley of dodging public debate: Irish Independent
John Devine

The future is orange, Paisley insists: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Women making small gains on political stage: Irish Independent
Alison O'Connor

No meltdown of moderate parties: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Sinn Fein may get votes boost from arms move: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

Election 2003: Opinion Poll - How opinion is divided on London: Belfast Telegraph

A good election's worth more than a lost dog: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

Unionism at another crossroads?: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Support grows for the police - Majority of Catholics have 'confidence': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Alliance urges quotas change: BBC

Police anger at NI election ad: UTV Internet

Poll results set scene for election: Belfast Telegraph

Border Poll a Surprise from SDLP: The News Letter

Ex-Terrorist Held in U.S. on Immigration Charges: The Scotsman

Ciaran Ferry denied asylum: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

'Human Rights Chief Must Go': The News Letter

The crisis in the Human Rights Commission: (from the Irish News)
Steven McCaffery

Pipe bomb found in search: BBC

Police reject loyalist murder claims: UTV Internet

The law must beat this evil: (from the Irish News)

I Have No Regrets Over Greysteel Massacre - Says Convicted Gunman: Derry Journal

Highest Catholic honour for Thatcher: Irish Independent
Neville Dean

Is Iraq America's Northern Ireland?: Newark Star Ledger (Nov 14)
John Farmer

Friday, November 14

Good Friday deal in danger: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Changing faces on the battle bus: Irish Independent
Alison O'Connor

Pro-Union case 'must be heard': BBC

UKUP committed to post-election talks: RTE

SDLP urges 'all-Ireland poll': BBC

Election 2003 - We never sought poll pact, claims SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Dan McGinn

Battle within nationalism: BBC (Nov 11)
Mark Devenport

Voters face 'tempting' possibilities: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

IRA factor at heart of the problem: Belfast Telegraph

Strange bedfellows: Irish Echo

Loyalists 'have lost faith' in the police: (from the Irish News, Nov 11)
Bimpe Fatogun

Let us not forget: (from the Irish Post)
Gary Kent

Pressure mounting on human rights chief: (from the Irish News)
Steven McCaffery

Ireland - Repression, violence, segregation the realities of the sectarian state: The Blanket
Paul Mallon

Human Rights chief rejects resignation call: UTV Internet

Shoukri wins appeal on arms charge: Belfast Telegraph

Diesel Scam Netted Profit for Real IRA: The News Letter (Oct 22)

UK and Ireland clash over new identity cards: The Independent
Nigel Morris

Ron Brown programme promotes entrepreneurial zeal: (from, Oct 20)
Mairtin O Muilleoir

Thursday, November 13

Ulster rivals neck and neck halfway into campaign: The Independent
David McKittrick

More than 75% 'set to vote': BBC

Election 2003 - Exclusive Opinion Poll: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Unionists urged to vote nationalist: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Election 2003 - Opinion Poll: Were Tony Blair and David Trimble right to do what they did?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP learn perils of playing both sides of street: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

Simply Enough for David Trimble?: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

PR must be used to full advantage: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Neck and neck in the race for seats: Belfast Telegraph

Claims About Police Outrageous - Cobain: The News Letter

A morbid fixation with the past: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Dickson to meet man who called for resignation: (from the Irish News)
Steven McCaffery

Did the IRA Fire Shots?: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Court to hear Stormont spying claims: Belfast Telegraph

DUP objects to 'former enemies' at Poppy Day: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

UVF Leaders 'Furious' Over Killing: The News Letter

Words can be cheap: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Illegal Parade Planned: The News Letter

HMP Maghabery - first flames from a tinderbox: The Blanket (Nov 7)
Fionnbarra Ó Dochartaigh

SF dismissive of all Ireland Fianna Fail election bid: UTV Internet

Hermon, scourge of the IRA, fights a battle closer to home: The Times
Andrew Pierce

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Official IRA man 'tried to shoot soldier': Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Wednesday, November 12

There'll be no more pushover unionism, vows Paisley: Irish Independent
Alison O'Connor

Election 2003 - SF ready for top posts in Government: Belfast Telegraph

Anything but a unionist sea of tranquillity: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Big bad wolf makes an electoral entrance: (from — corrected version Nov 12
Danny Morrison

Economic issues? No one cares this time around: Irish Independent

New dynamic and a better future for all: (from the Irish News, Nov 10)
Roy Garland

On the One Road: The Blanket (Oct 24)
Mick Hall

Tory Downgrade on Ulster Provokes Mixed Response: The News Letter

Ulster 'not sidelined' in Howard team: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Drumcree rioters 'very lucky' to get suspended sentences: (from the Irish News)

Are we closer to bomb truth?: Impartial Reporter (Nov 6)

Jordan family await court ruling: (from, Oct 6)
Jarlath Kearney

Mayor defies 'sectarian and faceless' dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Poppy ceremonies are for everyone: Belfast Telegraph

Plea to governments over border revitalisation: UTV Internet (Oct 15)

The Iron Lady...and Ulster: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 8)
Barry White

Memorial to Irish boy soldier 'is imperialist': Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Keane silences the party tunes: The Guardian (Oct 23)
Michael Walker

First Minister welcomes tough police action on sectarian crimes: The Scotsman (Nov 7)
Andrew Denholm

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Provo honour code hides truth SDLP: (from the Irish News, Nov 10)

Former IRA man stable after fall: UTV Internet

More Official IRA Men to Give Evidence: The News Letter

Tuesday, November 11

Sectarian division may deepen after Ulster poll: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Sinn Féin's transfer vote call: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

SDLP quietly confident where Sinn Fein has its problems: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

SF to take top Stormont post - McGuinness: UTV Internet

Trimble targeting Adams' stronghold: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Election 2003 - SF could spring a surprise in stronghold of unionism: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin put it up to Jeffrey: (from
Jarlath Kearney

Candidates take to campaign trail: BBC (Nov 9)
Mark Devenport

Review can't become renegotiation - SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

PUP condemn Antrim murder: UTV Internet

UVF 'sanctioned murder': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Victim 'not in UVF': BBC

Monitors must bare their teeth - if they have any: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Former British soldier on trial for plotting attack on old barracks: The Scotsman
Allan Hall & Deirdre Tynan

Genocidal killer who got 'up close and personal': Sunday Independent (Nov 9)
Jim Cusack

The police officers whose lives were ruined by the job: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker and Karen Ireland

The jailer, the LVF boss and the coke cops: Sunday Life (Nov 9)
Alan Murray

Howard names new North spokesman in Tory 'rebirth': Irish Independent
Andrew Grice

'Six-counties' should vote in south: Impartial Reporter (Nov 6)

Beyond belief: The Guardian

'Why we made a film about Holy Cross': BBC

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Official IRA man silent on sniper claims: Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

Monday, November 10

Adams insists agreement is not up for negotiation: UTV Internet

Voters fade from view as poll nears: Irish Independent
John Devine

Poll battlebus takes the road to nowhere: (from the Irish News, Nov 8)
James Kelly

SDLP could be minority party this time out at the expense of Sinn Fein candidate: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Trimble 'seals' political fate just like O'Neill and Faulkner before him: Irish Independent
John Devine

McGuinness evades but Adams hides from truth: Sunday Independent (Nov 9)
Eilis O'Hanlon

Focus on McGuinness called undeserved: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Danger of inquiry fatigue: Irish Echo

Northern Ireland remains in crisis, claims republican: UTV Internet

Fresh UDA coup planned: Sunday Life (Nov 9)
Stephen Breen

Murder victim linked to loyalists: BBC

Call time on these leeches: Sunday Life (Nov 9)

Protected Omagh witness causes Garda/PSNI rift: Sunday Independent (Nov 9)
Jim Cusack

Disappeared and Disapproved: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

We must not forgive a man who mutilated another in our name: Sunday Independent (Nov 9)
Emer O'Kelly

No mention of Dundalk victims in Barron report: (from the Irish News, Nov 8)
Valerie Robinson

Presbyterians welcomed by Catholic clergy: Irish Independent (Nov 8)
David Quinn

UDR four man in third appeal: Sunday Life (Nov 9)
Ciaran McGuigan

Irish youths pay visit here, as friends: Hampton Union (Nov 4)
John Pedler

BBC brings it all home: Sunday Life (Nov 9)
Lynda Gilby

Big Brother is still watching over you: (from the Irish World, Oct 31)
Paul Donovan

Sunday, November 9

110,000 missing voters to hit Sinn Féin hopes: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Election 2003: East Belfast - Unionists square up for battle: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

SDLP finances slump, but SF in the black as election looms: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Grit your teeth and pick a pro-agreement candidate: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Martin McGuinness - Memories of a street-fighting man: Independent on Sunday

McGuinness the showman courts votes: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

'Mad, Crazy' - But Compulsive Viewing: Derry Journal (Nov 7)
Sean Mclaughlin

Name, rank and number may put McGuinness in the dock: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 7)
Lindy McDowell

Saville fails to grasp republican culture: Sunday Business Post
Eamonn MacDermott

Double Standards: Derry Journal (Nov 7)

Time to tell the truth: The Sunday Times

And what of Mr Howard?: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Agent Stakeknife to be grilled by Ulster collusion agents: Sunday Herald
Neil Mackay

Sinn Fein anger over Adams film: The Sunday Times
Siobhan Maguire

Adams to address Edentubber gathering: Sunday Business Post
Sean Mac Carthaigh

Republican SF stages annual conference: UTV Internet

French councillor in Real IRA quiz: The Sunday Times
Ciaran Byrne

Backers of 'Drumcree 15' take to the streets: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Fatal shooting at flat puts UVF ceasefire in doubt: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Garda deny access to tip-off agent: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Policing 'will not be devolved': BBC

How my daughter was cast into a maelstrom of hatred: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Self-pitying howls drown out real drama: The Sunday Times
Liam Fay

Gangsters help Adair's exiled pal: Sunday Life (Oct 19) (Oct 19)
Stephen Breen

Star helps in graffiti removal: BBC (Oct 30)

Saturday, November 8

Parties turn fire on DUP: UTV Internet

Election 2003 - Church Gazette backs Trimble: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Trimble waltzes into town: Romford Recorder

Rules of Electoral Combat May Have to Change: The News Letter
Ciaran McKeown

Election 2003 — Victim of beating to stand in the elections: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 5)
Ciaran O'Neill

Set for an SDLP/Sinn Fein showdown by the river: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Election 2003 - Can SF cash in on absence of Hume?: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

SF Loses Case on Election Coverage: The News Letter

Little Big Man: (from

Adams waxes conciliatory: Irish Echo
Stephen McKinley

Stevens 'gets to truth' on collusion: BBC

Hibernians declare war on treaty: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

France frees more 'Real IRA' suspects: BBC

Red Rage row continues at Dunnes Stores over poppies: (from

Wearing a Poppy Not an Issue in Larne Shop: The News Letter

Scarcely a glimmer of hope...: (from the Irish News)
Norman Hamilton

Broadcasters' Duty to be Circumspect: The News Letter

1974 Bomb Gang Used Dad's Taxi: The News Letter

Robinson steps in to halt GAA fundraising: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Carney proud to fly Irish flag on the wing for Great Britain: The Independent
Dave Hadfield

Ireland's Call - an anthem to lift the spirit of any true republican: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

Belfast says - 'Jobs make friends': Lebanon Daily Star (Nov 7)
John J. Cullinane

Emerald Lessons for Iraq: National Review Online (Nov 5)
John Cullinan

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

"I Didn't Hear Shots Before Gunman Fired": The News Letter

Angry McGuinness Rages at Inquiry 'Double Standards': Derry Journal

Friday, November 7

Trimble calls for 'confusion' to be cleared: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Election 2003 - Anti-agreement rivals engage in war of words: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hot texts from the DUP: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Rebel unionist 'got party assistance': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Blair making little impact on election campaign says Kennedy: UTV Internet

Election 2003 - Durkan slams Trimble's DUP-lite unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Negative campaign comes at a price: (from

Tiocfaidh ar la, comrade: (from Fortnight)
Gary Kent

Saluting 'the old lie' won't win respect: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Former IRA member loses his bid for political asylum: Rocky Mountain News
Sarah Huntley

Kidnapped: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Prison security 'taken seriously': BBC

Policing 'Example to Other Forces': The News Letter

Unionist Fox hunt hasn't materialised: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Watching Trauma of Drama Unfold is Key to Peace: The News Letter

Swedes in peace study trip to Ulster: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 5)

The price of liberty: The Spectator
Adrian Hilton

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Bloody Sunday tribunal to delay legal action against McGuinness: Irish Examiner
Gary Kelly

McGuinness prickles at line of questioning: BBC
Dominic Casciani

Saville Show Proves War Really is Over: The News Letter

Everything must be out in the open: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-IRA men asked to appear at inquiry: The Times
Christopher Walker

Bloody Sunday Inquiry latest: UTV Internet

Thursday, November 6

Tories challenge Blair on IRA arms: UTV Internet

Rebels tackle big parties in bids for seats at stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton & Noel McAdam

We'll Surprise You - Ervine: The News Letter

Election 2003 — Trimble faces Orange challenge to seat: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Guy Fawkes sees poll campaign off with a whimper: Irish Independent

Jean at rest but killers soldier on: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Poppy a Symbol of Peace, Says Legion: The News Letter
Kim Hewitt

Poppy Day kow-towing will not last: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Breton man freed by French police: RTE

Real IRA used folk festival 'as cover for gun running': Daily Telegraph
Philip Delves Broughton and Sally Pook

Real IRA arms plot linked to last smuggling attempt: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Will Border Fox be Extradited?: The News Letter
Karen Quinn

NI policing reforms 'respected': BBC

Belfast priest protests at BBC re-enactment of sectarian hatred outside Holy Cross school: The Independent
Ian Burrell

Red Card Call to Deal with Land Sale Bigotry: The News Letter

Secret MI5 agent may be a woman: The Times
Christopher Walker

SF chief 'believed tribunal wouldn't happen': Belfast Telegraph

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

McGuinness risks jail for not naming IRA comrades: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

McGuinness refuses to reveal site of arms dump: The Independent
Gary Kelly

McGuinness 'I quit IRA nearly 30 years ago': UTV Internet

Historic day brings 'circus' to town: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Stonewall McGuinness: Daily Telegraph

Wednesday, November 5

DUP Lite jibe at Trimble over poll arms vow: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

UUP angered by Davis candidacy: UTV Internet

Parties attack UUP charter: BBC

SF urges voters to back unification vision: UTV Internet

A handful of votes could tip the balance: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

MPs slam Kennedy reply on arms issue: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

'I'm Committed to Good Friday Deal': Derry Journal

How Does Gerry Adams Stay Awake through it all?: Fortnight
Rudie Goldsmith

Building blocks of the GFA are central progress: (from the Derry Journal, Oct 31)
Colin Harvey

The Ombudsman and the police ..... three years on: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Prison strike postponed: BBC

Republican Prisoners and their families put at risk due to prison strike: The Blanket
Martin Mulholland

Loyalists call for deaths probe: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Seven held after Real IRA arms found in France: Daily Telegraph
Sean O'Neill, Philip Delves Broughton and Sally Pook

Celtic links bind brothers in arms across the seas: The Times
Michael Evans

Time to shake off the tyranny of conformity: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 3)
Malachi O'Doherty

Dispute school not to view drama: BBC

Staff See Red at Poppy Ban: The News Letter
Trina Porter

UDA-linked group helps remove loyalist murals: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

McGuinness denies provoking massacre: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

McGuinness stays cool under fire over his IRA role on Bloody Sunday: The Independent
David McKittrick

Tea, news and shooting was young Provo strategy: Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

MP emits a vague sense of precision: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Why demanding answers on IRA arms is the wrong question for families: The Guardian
Eamonn McCann

Eyewitness - MP's 'code of honour': BBC
Dominic Casciani

Tuesday, November 4

DUP Setting the Pace in Election Race - Robinson: The News Letter

NI election nominations open: BBC

IRA is shooting barbs instead of bullets: The Scotsman
Gavin Esler

Putting the fear of God into politics: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Ulster awaits: The Times

Bring Back Devolution and Quickly: The News Letter

Trust Without Honesty In The Peace Process?: The Blanket
Paul A. Fitzsimmons

'Protestant morale running low in north Belfast': UTV Internet

Priest advises against legal action over film: (from the Irish News)
James Stinson

Temporary release for 'Border Fox' who killed and tortured through the Troubles: The Independent
David McKittrick

O'Hare will stay in jail: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

O'Hare backs peace process: UTV Internet

Prisoner release key element of Agreement: Irish Independent

'I'm no bully,' says UVF victim's dad: Sunday Life (Nov 2)
Stephen Breen

Blair stance on McBride army killers 'evasive': (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Unheard Voices of Victims - 10 Years After the Shankill Bomb: The News Letter (Oct 23)

At home at last in the other Ireland: Sunday Independent(Oct 19)
Emma Blain

Spain should emulate Northern Ireland in dealing with the Basques: Taiwan News (Oct 31)
Jonathan Power

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Former IRA commander McGuinness to testify at Bloody Sunday inquiry: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

McGuinness to testify on Londonderry riots: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

McGuinness's Saville appearance may not be the "event" many expect: (from the Sunday Tribune, Nov 2)
Eamonn McCann

McGuinness Should not be Inquiry Focus: The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Monday, November 3

SDLP 'End Whispering Campaign': UTV Internet

Mowlam 'surprised' by Trimble's work: RTE

The IRA war is over but nobody noticed: Sunday Business Post (Oct 26)
Vincent Browne

Secret papers predicts six seat loss for UUP: Sunday Life (Nov 2)

A Political Nightmare: The Blanket (Oct 24)
Eamon Sweeney

PM sets date for Cory: Sunday Life

Wilson questions IRA asset seizures: Sunday Life (Nov 2)
Alan Murray

Soft cell! - Dissident republicans in 'stampede' for new prison wings: Sunday Life (Nov 2)
Alan Murray

Loyalists want army to run jails: UTV Internet

'Our mum is now at peace': Sunday Life (Nov 2)

Family ends long wait to bury mother murdered by IRA: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Shame of Nazi style killers: Sunday Life (Nov 2)
John McGurk

Falls Road quiet as few pay slain mother their respects: Sunday Independent (Nov 2)

IRA must give up all bodies: Sunday Life (Nov 2)

Net is closing in on Dublin car bombers: Sunday Independent (Nov 2)
Joe Tiernan

Ulster punks spit in eye of bigotry: The Observer (Nov 2)
Henry McDonald

Double tragedy: (from, Oct 30)
Allison Morris

Kathryn has trouble putting two and two together on SF: Sunday Independent (Nov 2)
Brendan O'Connor

Stop playing politics and reunite our football team: The Sunday Times (Nov 2)
John Burns

A Life Less Ordinary: (from, Oct 31)
Andrea McKernon

Apology - Fr Alex Reid: Sunday Independent (Nov 2)

Irish Lads Know Their Americana: Fort Smith Times Record (Oct 28)
John Brummett

Sunday, November 2

Adams calls to hardline unionists: RTE

Stop rewarding unionists - McLaughlinn: Sunday Business Post
Sean Mac Carthaigh

Sinn Fein may net €100,000 from IRA tribute dinner: The Sunday Times
Siobhan Maguire

Former IRA officer arrives preaching peace: New Orleans Times Picayune (Oct 31)
James Gill

DUP capitalises on Trimble's intransigence: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Now for a partly political broadcast: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

PR 'will benefit SDLP in election': Sunday Business Post
Sean Mac Carthaigh

Election campaign gathers pace: BBC
Mark Devenport

Time for the arms to be shed: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Judges seek 7 inquiries into terror: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Lord mayor to lead Remembrance event: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Rally to support deportee set: Philadelphia Inquirer
Larry Fish

Stop trial solicitors demand: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

MPs urge Omagh probe after Observer exposé: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Widowed mother finally laid to rest: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Jean McConville, 'disappeared' by the IRA in 1972, is brought home to rest: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Jean McConville - What mum was really like: Belfast Telegraph
Helen McKendry

Bishop's plea over victims' remains: BBC

Howls of protest over Holy Cross film: The Sunday Times
Richard Brooks and Nicola Tallant

Stakeknife through heart of media awards: Sunday Business Post
Vincent Browne

Norman conquest: Sunday Life (Oct 19)
Stephen Gordon

Man for trial accused of 1974 murder: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

McGuinness to face quiz over reporter's book: The Sunday Times
Richard Oakley

Saturday, November 1

Unionist rebels are readmitted for poll battle: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Unionists in disaray, claims Robinson: UTV Internet

Paisley rallying cry to faithful: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

No More Soft Options for Unionism: Derry Journal

Durkan takes a swipe at civil servants: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP comes south for election brains to boost PR: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

'We Will Return to Building Peace After Elections': Derry Journal

Groomed for Success, Says SDLP: The News Letter

Adams 'glad' IRA destroyed weapons: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Centre is a lonely place to be as extremists gain most: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

Masking the stench won't rid society of terrorist scurge: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Back to majority rule at Stormont: (from

Forget fish and chips - this is what it means to be British: Irish Independent (Oct 25)

Sinn Fein leader optimistic about peace process: New Orleans Times Picayune (Oct 30)
Steve Ritea

Sinn Fein president speaks at Tulane: Tulane Hullabaloo (Oct 31)
Ashley Lord

Stormy relations on Irish issue: (from the Irish News)
Marie Louise McCrory

McCord to name UVF agents: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 30)
David Gordon

President McAleese gets to meet her new neighbour: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

PUP anger at re-route ruling: Belfast Telegraph
Marie Foy

Frustration of Omagh Relatives — Kenny: The News Letter

The Legitimacy of Our Struggle: The Blanket (Oct 11)
Liam O Comain

Truth process urged over Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Positive progress on Poppy appeal: (from the Irish News, Oct 30)

Protestants are Not Welcome in Derry: Derry Journal

Move to honor bobbies tabled in Hamilton: Trenton Times (Oct 23)
Maria Cramer


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