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Wednesday, November 15

I'll not nominate – Hain: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Marriage' heading for the rocks of disaster: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Photos 'a reminder of why Sinn Fein must back police': (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

Is this the way forward for policing?: Belfast Telegraph

Hain left spinning with pressure on all fronts: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon and Noel McAdam

Hard-hitting judgement confirms all suspicions: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Has it all started to go wrong for Peter Hain?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

LVF 'caretaker' denies estate feud situation: Sunday Life (Nov 12)
Alan Murray

Loyalist terrorists prepare for change: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Team to probe police collusion: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Orde – some cold cases may never be reopened: Belfast Telegraph
Linda McKee

Police chief says there is a "hierarchy of deaths" in NI: UTV Internet

Reported bomb was illegal amphetamine: RTE

Death threat journalist must have protection, NUJ tells Northern Ireland Secretary: Press Gazette (Nov 14)
Jon Slattery

My arrest t-out of order: Sunday Life (Nov 12)
Alan Murray

Omagh forensics may be unreliable: UTV Internet

Paisley's girl set for DUP legal challenge: Irish Independent

Seamus Close will not contest any future elections: UTV Internet

Plea to help tribute to Irish Great War dead: Belfast Telegraph

Review recommends NI tax relief: BBC

Peace payout won't suffice says economist: (from the Irish News)
James Stinson

An untroubled Derry tries stirring up tourism: Boston Globe (Nov 12)
Elizabeth Field

Tuesday, November 14

McConnell in Irish peace drive alongside Ahern: The Herald
Douglas Fraser

Sticking points remain as Ulster deadline looms: The Guardian

Sinn Féin committed to peace – Hain: RTE

Wording of oath is focus for governments: UTV Internet

Republican top brass must win battle on policing: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

It's time for some serious direct negotiations: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

I'm not losing sleep at death threat – Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Irish prime minister says threats are a concern: UTV Internet

Dissidents and feuds main contributors in rising arson attacks: UTV Internet

CIRA 'won't lift death threats': Sunday Life (Nov 12)
Joe Oliver

Two men in court over French IRA arms haul: The Scotsman

Police urge shop firebomb check: BBC

PSCOs will support police in Northern Ireland: UTV Internet

MLA asks what NIO is hiding on loyalist £135k: (Nov 10)
Ciarán Barnes

Peter Hain inquiry decision to be decided by Peter Hain: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Killing of two teenagers had deep impact on future MP: (from the Irish News)

McGuinness silent on IRA pictures: Belfast Telegraph

Senior SF leader's IRA role no secret says party: (from the Irish News)

Riot squad officers eject Shoukri and Boreland from visiting area: Sunday Life (Nov 12)
Alan Murray

Mayor blocks death threat debate: BBC

12% business tax proposed for N Ireland: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Courage that must never be forgotten: Belfast Telegraph

McConnell's example cuts both ways: The Herald
Douglas Fraser

Leaders hope for stronger Irish/Scots links: Irish Independent

N. Ireland peacemaker for Lanka: Sunday Times (Sri Lanka, Nov 12)
Neville de Silva

Announcer hits out at Celtic fans over songs: The Herald (Nov 13)
Darryl Broadfoot

Monday, November 13

Northern Assembly election set to be held next March: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Hain pressed over IRA sanctions: Sunday Life (Nov 12)
Alan Murray

Adams tells PSNI chief of policing problems: (from the Sunday Tribune, Nov 12)
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Fein must support PSNI – says Moderator of Presbyterian Church: Derry Journal
Kyle White

Decent people: Sunday Life (Nov 12)
Lynda Gilby

Are the DUP grass roots turning on their leader?: (from the Irish News, Nov 11)
James Kelly

'The DUP has caved in to blackmail': Sunday Life (Nov 12)
Robert McCartney

Political timing key to a deal: (from the Irish News, Nov 11)

Rebels force Sinn Féin chiefs to step up security: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

SF dismisses 'dissident threats': BBC

McGuinness appeals to republicans:'Set aside differences and unite': Derry Journal

Generation game?: (from the Irish News, Nov 11)
Newton Emerson

Catholics and Protestants hail life in the neutral zone: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Blazers replace balaclavas at Remembrance services: Sunday Life (Nov 12)
Stephen Breen

Double standard rules in tyranny of silence over forgotten killings: Irish Independent
Justine McCarthy

Burned files may have held truth: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 10)
Chris Thornton

Investing for peace: New York Post (Nov 11)
William C. Thompson

Party to oppose royal visit: Irish Independent
Charlie Mallon

Countries promise closer working: BBC

McDowell accuses Sinn Fein over Bellenaboy violence: Irish Independent (Nov 10)

Economy in North growing fast and improving: Irish Independent
Ian Graham

Sunday, November 12

Plan to let Hain choose leader: The Sunday Times

Ian Paisley meets with Tony Blair: UTV Internet

Yeah but no but... what next?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Face it, Paisley and Adams, you have to lose support to win peace: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Orde – I'll speak to Sinn Fein delegates to secure police deal: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Bertie rules out SF role: Sunday Independent

SF to remain outside the loop: Sunday Independent

PSNI chief – Dissidents attract nationalist youths: Sunday Business Post

Police urge shop firebomb alert: BBC

Peace comes dropping slow: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Hain dismisses suspension calls: BBC

Controversial DNA tests identified schoolboy as part of Omagh attack: Sunday Business Post
Barry McCaffrey

British spy 'gagged' over Omagh: The Observer
Henry McDonald

RUC officer implicated in loyalist collusion: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

McCabe: was there a deal?: Limerick Leader
Áine Fitzgerald

Death threat reporter's plea for security refused: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Defer rates order until devolution, says body: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 8)
Victoria O'Hara

Trimble queries Tories over rates: UTV Internet (Nov 8)

Don't cap it, scrap it! Why Alliance has got rates right: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 8)
David Ford

Self-effacing Archbishop recalls: (from the Irish News, Nov 6)
William Scholes

Modernised Garda still a dream as the good intentions pile up: The Sunday Times
Matt Cooper

Mid cannons roar .... we'll mumble a Soldier's Song: (from the Irish News, Mar 9)
Keith Bourke

After 3 centuries, Scots favor split with Britain: Boston Globe
Tom Hundley

Saturday, November 11

Police issue stalls N. Ireland deal: Los Angeles Times
Kim Murphy

Hain expects Stormont progress: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Power-sharing is edging closer: The Herald
Catherine MacLeod

Two weeks left to do a deal or Stormont shuts: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Dominic Cunningham

DUP says Sinn Fein retreating to 'pre-St Andrews position': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Taoiseach and Hain confident of progress on North: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien and Dan McGinn

Bribed into devolution?: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Northern talks – Parties must be pushed into action: Irish Examiner

Loose ends in deal must be tied up: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein want an explanation of MI5's role: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

McCord calls for reward incentive: UTV Internet

Team to probe alleged state collusion murders: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

British urged to acknowledge collusion: UTV Internet

Files on Wright killers are among thousands destroyed or missing: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Judge calls for inquiry into victims commissioner row: (from the Irish News)

Hain facing fresh appointment storm: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Hain – Dissidents will not hold NI to ransom: UTV Internet

Bomb is found in search operation: BBC

NY pressure causes mural removal: BBC

'Ban' on paying criminals for stories: The Scotsman
Fergus Sheppard

Memorial service for Prison Officers: UTV Internet

D'Hondt method questioned by DUP councillor: Ulster Herald
Mark McKelvey

Irish judges can no longer ignore European human-rights law: Village (Nov 2)
Donncha O'Connell

Bush policies broke him . . . but they benefited us: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Snap Judgment – A touch of the Irish: Jerusalem Post (Nov 9)
Calev Ben-David

Friday, November 10

Optimism for deal is fading: Belfast Telegraph

DUP responds cautiously to plan: BBC

SDLP leader says parties should not be allowed to delay process: UTV Internet

Crucial final talks ahead of first North deal deadline: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Government to issue low-key response to backing of St Andrew's deal: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

DUP leadership faces crunch meetings: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ireland on the cusp of a historic development: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Leadership in the unionist community must be heard: Belfast Telegraph
Earl Storey

U.S. Lifts Adams Fundraising Ban: Irish Voice/
Debbie McGoldrick

Democrat victory 'will help NI': BBC

Dramatic change to US political landscape: (from the Irish News)
Ray O'Hanlon

America sending a message to Ulster: Belfast Telegraph

The US's vital role:

Webb spins his Ulster-Scots heritage into the US elections: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Not satisfied yet: Irish Echo

Continuity IRA make claim over bomb in County Fermanagh: UTV Internet

GAA club faces RSF censure: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Families blame Sinn Fein for bomb memorial delay: The Times
David Sharrock

Relatives to meet Hanson to discuss the issue: UTV Internet

Omagh bomb expert clashes with defence: (from the Irish News)

Further blows to Omagh bomb prosecution case: Ulster Herald

19 years on and every bomb anniversary is just the same: Impartial Reporter

Mum 'shocked' by sudden PSNI raid on home: Belfast Telegraph

Hamill Inquiry challenges police anonymity: RTE

Collusion – a reality:
Damian McCarney

Northern Secretary criticised over new appointee: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Church leaders back day of prayer for peace: Belfast Telegraph

Police 'on verge of breakthrough' in quelling violent Ballymurphy feud: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Thursday, November 9

Commission president backs St Andrews: UTV Internet

Stormy meeting reveals DUP's internal struggle: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Poll indicates support for deal: BBC
Mark Devenport

Power-sharing or power-grabbing?: Business Eye
Quintin Oliver

Paisley's about-face has faithful still in shock: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Payouts for TV coverage of an empty Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Adams fund-raising ban lifted: Daily Telegraph
Catherine Elsworth

Adams to meet supporters in New York: RTE

Visitor from the Emerald Isle: Trenton Times
Julie O'Connor

City Comptroller's Influence Reaches Northern Ireland: New York Sun
Christopher Faherty

Professional body reinstates cleared estate agent: Belfast Telegraph

Police fire shot in feud incident: BBC

NI – More Catholics reporting crime to police: Irish Examiner

'Undo the Great Betrayal, Free the Occupied 26': The Blanket (Nov 6)
John Coulter

Gordon sums up peace: (from the Irish News, Nov 4)
Newton Emerson

Little enthusiasm for the new map of Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Seven councils the way forward, says Pat Doherty: UTV Internet

Just how super are the new councils?: Belfast Telegraph

Meeting over Omagh memorial wait: BBC

Report slams miscarriage: (Nov 6)
Evan Short

One man's determination a lesson to us all: (from the Irish News, Nov 6)
Roy Garland

Integrated schools turn away 7,000 pupils because of shortage of places: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Actor backs call for integrated schools: UTV Internet

Inquiry completed into job bias claims at cross-border body: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 6)
David Gordon

Desperate acts of union: The Guardian (Oct 11)
Joan McAlpine

Wednesday, November 8

DUP deadline for proposal stance: BBC

Paisley meets Eames to discuss agreement plans: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP leader says policing is still the issue: UTV Internet

Sinn Fein in danger of overplaying its hand: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

North parties won't join until their ghosts have gone away: Irish Independent

St Andrew's deal 'toys with children's future': Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Boo!: The Blanket (Nov 5)
John Coulter

American government lifts ban of SF fund-raising: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ahern urged to pressure British over bombings: Irish Examiner
Colm Heatley

Irish government meets human rights experts after 'collusion' report: UTV Internet

Collusion – PSNI team 'not capable of getting to truth': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Questions haunt probe into loyalist collusion: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Loughinisland families set for European Parliament: UTV Internet

Mother appeals over son's murder: BBC

Time for truth: Sunday Life (Nov 5)
Brian Rowan

Justice schemes facing closure over shortfall in funding: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

Integrated housing plan for city: BBC

Why have our MPs been so second-rate?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Village looking to quieter times: BBC
Martin Cassidy

Union flag for Dundalk non flyer: (from the Irish News, Nov 3)
Suzanne McGonagle

McAleese hails a new era: The Herald
Douglas Fraser

Maze field of dreams doomed to become a costly nightmare: (from the Irish News)
Brendan Mulgrew

Church of Ireland Initiative Challenges New Thinking on Reconciliation: Christian Today (Nov 7)
Maria Mackay

Northern Ireland's help enlisted to end sectarian violence: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Sweeping changes in Garda structures proposed: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins and Conor Lally

Tuesday, November 7

Sinn Fein gives go-ahead for St Andrews talks, though policing remains 'core' issue: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

North on brink of power-share agreement: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

DUP is setting a trap over policing, Sinn Fein warned: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Parties meet Hain over agreement: BBC

Parties taking one step at time: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Devolution is a prize worth winning: Belfast Telegraph

Empey – '£50 billion not enough': UTV Internet

'Peace dividend' leaves north short-changed: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Washington allows Adams to fundraise for Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Adams to raise funds in US: The Times
David Sharrock

Dr Brady – dissidents could fill vacuum: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Pope may visit Ulster for a day: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Shoukri – 'I fear no one': Sunday Life (Nov 5)
Alan Murray

RUC and army 'backed killers': The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Evidence found of British collusion in bombings: Irish Examiner
Colm Heatley

US academic shocked by collusion: UTV Internet

Families lobby MPs on 'collusion': BBC

Doomsday plan aimed to 'rescue North's Catholics': Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

New councils are to be announced: BBC

Last of roads shut during Troubles to be reopened: (from the Irish News)
Suzanne McGonagle

Ulster lessons for the war on terror: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Don't bank on a Braveheart breakaway yet: The Times (Nov 2)
Magnus Linklater

Monday, November 6

Drive to break logjam on North accord: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Alliance deal warning: Daily Mirror
Ian Graham

Sinn Fein report on Saint Andrews: BBC

Stormont Poll Date: Daily Mirror

The Devoloution Debate – We need the self-respect of managing OUR affairs once more...: Sunday Life (Nov 5)
Derek Alcorn

IRA victims' leader criticises Paisley over St Andrews: (from the Sunday Tribune, Nov 5)
Suzanne Breen

A loyalist in Bandit Country: (from the Sunday Tribune, Nov 5)
Suzanne Breen

Speak no evil: Sunday Life (Nov 5)
Brian Rowan

War is over says UDA – but no decommissioning: (from the Irish News, Nov 4)
Allison Morris

Have you the guts to meet me, Haddock?: Sunday Life (Nov 5)
Stephen Breen

Ex-Spy freed by murders probe: UTV Internet

'Foreign' plan for Maze jail ruled out: Daily Mirror

Stadium at Maze 'a white elephant': (from the Irish News, Nov 4)
John Manley

Northern Invasion: The Blanket (Oct 28)
John Coulter

Prince attends RIR's remembrance: BBC

1969 – a tortured city burns with sectarian hatred: (from the Irish News, Nov 4)
Bill Tweed

Gaeilgeoiri civil servants may sue state in jobs row: Irish Independent
Brian McDonald

Poppies nail colours to mast: Sunday Independent (Nov 5)
Colum Kenny

US consul questions wisdom of Scottish independence: Sunday Herald (Nov 5)
Paul Hutcheon

Sunday, November 5

85% of DUPs agree to sharing with Sinn Fein: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

DUP are 'in favour of agreement': BBC

Paisley ready to defy DUP opponents on peace deal: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Paisley gets to say yes, again: Village (Oct 26)
Gerry Adams

Money talks in North deal: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Time for Northern (de)lights: Sunday Independent
John Chambers

Brown troubled by corporate tax: Sunday Business Post
John Simpson

North's economy must be revived: Sunday Independent

PSNI – the gains after all the pains: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 3)
Jonathan McCambridge

They haven't gone away, you know: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

CAB can't trace Slab's millions: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Prosecution is damaged again in Omagh case: Sunday Business Post
Barry McCaffrey

'Conspiracy to hide IRA bomber priest set to rock Church': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Monkey Business: The Blanket (Oct 26)
Anthony McIntyre

All logic is lost in Maze of pure folly: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Secret plan to use Maze site as prison: The Guardian
Jamie Doward and Henry McDonald

Iraqis turn to Ireland for advice on finding peace: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke and Marie Colvin

Anika's lonely death highlights racist hatred: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Deadly combination of Border county craziness and teenage thrill-seeking: Sunday Independent
Antonia Leslie

'New Colin Farrell' to star in Good Friday Agreement movie: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 2)
Claire McNeilly

Cardinal under pressure from Brown to change mind on independence: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Saturday, November 4

Durkan calls for referendum on St Adrews deal: UTV Internet

DUP questions 'unrealistic' deadline date: The News Letter

'Unveil any side deals to ensure the public's confidence': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Paisley – Sinn Fein not up to speed: The News Letter

Delay fears for Sinn Fein special police conference: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Tony's all at sea over North and Mideast: Irish Independent

DUP members 'contact McCartney': BBC

DUP is facing difficult decisions: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Strong dose of mockery is just what DUP needs: (from the Irish News)
Denis Bradley

Tories brand Ulster £50bn cash package smoke and mirrors: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Organisations urged not to reject Chancellor's offer: UTV Internet

Politics, not subsidies, the key to finally clinching North deal: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Ulster parties must not be sold short: Belfast Telegraph

Brown meeting a step forward: (from the Irish News)

The 'pain' of changes to policing – Sir Ronnie: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Policing Board vice chairman says whole community must support policing: UTV Internet

The force of change: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Ex-RUC officers win ruling with reagrd to Hamill inquiry: UTV Internet

SDLP calls for change over MI5 watchdog: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Store shuts up shop after bomb attacks: The News Letter

Rathcoole killer is stood down by UDA in Maghaberry row:

Education of kids 'is important to UVF leadership': Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Shankill paints over past: The News Letter

From Bandit Country capital to Boom Town: Irish Independent
Gemma O'Doherty

Academic revives plans for Newry-Dundalk city: (from the Irish News)
Gary McDonald

Campbell happy with government moves on Irish: Belfast Telegraph

Jockeying for Position: The Blanket (Oct 23)
John Coulter

Tribute to Troubles' doctors unveiled: The News Letter

Friday, November 3

Hain hits back in IRA fugitives row: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

DUP stands firm over on-the-runs: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Hain – Deadlines will not be allowed to slip: UTV Internet

Ahern says next two weeks crucial: BBC

Adams – 'Timeframe must not slip': UTV Internet

Paisley – 'Sinn Fein must support policing': UTV Internet

DUP Have questions to answer on Irish language act – Hussey: Ulster Herald

Det McCabe's killers 'not entitled' to go free by pact: Irish Independent
Ann O'Loughlin

Hain backs Brown's 'extraordinary' £50bn Stormont offer: The Guardian

£50 billion must not be wasted says SDLP leader: UTV Internet

So, what's it really worth Gordon?: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

£50bn deal 'under scrutiny': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Brown offer a 'nuisance payment': BBC

Government plans own aid package to foster peace: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

South already has big NI stake: BBC
John Simpson

Gordonomics – thou shalt give but then take away: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Solid gold at the end of political rainbow: Belfast Telegraph

A new plan for Northern Ireland: Japan Times

Stormont's superior scoff: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Firebombs leave a trail of carnage: The News Letter
Johnny Caldwell

Dissidents are sectarian bigots: (from the Irish News)

British agent who infiltrated IRA arrested over two murders: Irish Examiner
Deric Henderson

Wright Inquiry – Dead governor blamed over files' destruction: UTV Internet

Granny Josie: The Blanket (Oct 28)
Anthony McIntyre

Councillor backs flag offence call: (from the Irish News, Oct 30)
Keith Bourke

Reduced airport security welcomed: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Morton

Thursday, November 2

Hain under pressure over OTRs position: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

DUP doubts over devolution date: BBC

Bush telegraph hot with sell-out claims: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hain must come clean on fugitives: Belfast Telegraph

DUP policing stance wrong: (from the Irish News)

Brown offers Ulster £50bn aid plan if parties reach power-sharing deal: The Guardian
Patrick Wintour

NI pledged €79bn to underpin St Andrews Agreement: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Funding package 'needs more work': BBC

Study trying to 'blackmail' parties into agreement: The News Letter

Is it a country or a region? It's a basket case: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Old Dublin enemy is now London's best friend: (from the Irish News, Oct 31)
Breidge Gadd

Police – 'Dissidents exploiting PIRA move': UTV Internet

Dissidents 'behind bomb attacks': BBC

Dissident attacks ignite peace fears: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan and David Gordon

Man held in Belfast over dissident attacks: RTE

Hain – 'Dissidents will be hunted down': UTV Internet

Fundraising Likely For Adams: Irish Voice/

Truth process 'must include paramilitaries': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ex-IRA mole questioned on murders: BBC

Guardians of Perjury: The Blanket (Oct 29)
Martin Galvin

Ex-loyalist gunman tells of Livingstone assassination plot: The Guardian
James Sturcke

Saville, Tony and the Troops Out trendies: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Campbell reveals Pope's plan: Newry Democrat

How wee B Devlin got it wrong ...: Belfast Telegraph
Walter Ellis

Great Britain? We want our independence, say most Scots: The Times
Angus Macleod

Wednesday, November 1

Hain in U-turn over IRA fugitives' return: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

DUP – We will not trust SF on police: Daily Mirror (Oct 31)
Michael McHugh

'No date' for devolving policing: BBC

NIO has not put cost on Irish act: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Optimism needed in all-embracing solution: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Deal Will Underline Delusions: The Blanket (Oct 27)
David Adams

The people will welcome Pope: (from the Irish News)

Mixed housing the way ahead, claims Ringland: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Living a dream: The Guardian
Laura Haydon

A turbulent twelve months at the helm of the Parades Commission: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Adair ready to rush into print: This Is Lancashire (Oct 30)
Edward Chadwick

End of story?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Supervision on Shoukris to be lifted: Sunday Life (Oct 29)
Alan Murray

Notorious Maze prison demolished to make way for houses and stadium: Belfast Telegraph

Maze will not become a 'shrine to terrorism': The News Letter
Johnny Caldwell

Claudy priest 'denied role in IRA bombing': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Paramilitaries 'could help with truth recovery': UTV Internet

UUP – Name change is divisive: The News Letter

Firebomb attacks on three stores: BBC

Dodds enters planning fray: (Oct 30)


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