This archive contains references to articles from November 1-15, 2008. If you find a link that is out of date please let us know by e-mailing the Newshound.




Book Reviews
& Book Forum

Search / Archive
Back to 10/96





Saturday, November 15

Adams slams 'Afrikaner' unionists in US address : Irish News
William Graham

Unionists hit out after Adams' apartheid claim: The News Letter

S.F. Gaelic sports field gets an Irish blessing: San Francisco Chronicle
Kevin Fagan

Search for the victims of IRA's cruellest crime: The Independent

Disappeared – We don't want justice, we just want to bury our loved ones: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

New methods bring hope to relatives : Irish News

A horror story that will haunt the IRA forever: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Troubles inquiry in shortfall: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Troubles team will face job cuts: BBC

Cosy Nostra causing deep damage to north's society : Irish News (Nov 13)
Newton Emerson

Guilty – loyalist hitman who said it was art: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Violent history and interest in art: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

From feared assassin to lonely laughing stock: Irish Independent
David Young

LVF grandmother spends her days painting while in prison : Belfast Media
Ciarán Barnes

Key witness in O'Hagan murder trial has left Mid Ulster, hearing told: Belfast Telegraph

Former Irish militant says he's proud of his politics: San Antonio News Express (Nov 14)
Lynn Brezosky

Oakland or back to Ireland? Ex-prison escapee awaits fate: Oakland Tribune
Matt O'Brien

Orange hall damaged in explosion : BBC

Sunday inquiry is madness – Hastings : The News Letter

Campbell challenged by Bloody Sunday relative: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister and Brendan McDaid

Anger as British army info stand springs up at city tech: Belfast Media
Joe Diamond

Fr Troy – I'm still here for you all : Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Mural to David Ervine is unveiled in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

McCarthy unfazed by backlash: The Guardian
Ewan Murray

Friday, November 14

DUP demands Adams apology for 'Afrikaner' remark:

Stormont row remains unaltered : BBC
Mark Devenport

Will the New Year mean a new start for our Executive? : Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hardline republican claims unionists have nothing to fear: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Building a new relationship with America: The Irish Times
Trina Vargo and Mary Lou Hartman

Will it be O'B?: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

IRA-linked detainee fighting deportation: San Antonio Express News (Nov 13)
Lynn Brezosky

Ex-IRA member tells US court of attack fears: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

'Ease the pain of the families': Down Democrat

Latest death threat against McCord: UTV Internet

Stone awaits verdict on Stormont charges: RTE

Lord Saville's investigation has cost £182m – so far: UTV Internet

Belfast court to deliver Stone trial verdict:

Extracts from the Law Lords' judgment on the case of Child E and Holy Cross: The News Letter

Friend admits hating those 'involved in murder': UTV Internet

'I joined to help stop terrorists on both sides'- Ex UDR man: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

£3.8m funding for integration projects: The News Letter

Police 'seeking' wanted Eta man: BBC

Eta terrorist Inaki de Juana Chaos 'to give himself up' at Belfast court: The Times
Graham Keeley

Thursday, November 13

UUP motion to put pressure on Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Policing and justice not the only unfinished business: Belfast Media
Jimmy Spratt

Burnside – credit crunch shows limitations of regional assemblies: Antrim Times

Obama can reach for the stars, but we can't get off the ground: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Are dissident republicans a real threat to peace in Northern Ireland?: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

Stoneyford villagers face 16th march in eight weeks: Belfast Media
Ciarán Barnes

Sinn Fein showed kids a few tricks!: Sunday Life (Nov 9)
Gail Edgar

Did Sinn Fein leaders betray party faithful?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Yale Professor Blair on Irish Peace: Irish Voice/
Cahir O'Doherty

Body part to be compared with DNA from family of IRA victim: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Where are the graves of our loved ones, Gerry?: First Post
Philip Jacobson

Fresh details will aid search : Irish News

Time to end the long years of agony: Belfast Telegraph

£27million bill for Bloody Sunday inquiry... since it ended in 2005: Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

Trembling witness in Omagh civil trial recalls little: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Real IRA book causes dispute in Omagh case: Irish News

McIlveen kicked 60 times, says witness: Belfast Telegraph

Law Lord backs PSNI's Holy Cross dispute: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Legion chief backs SF mayor: The News Letter

Next in staff poppies U-turn: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Wearing the Poppy for Ireland : Irish Voice/
John Spain

Protestant boys 'under-achieving': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Doherty's way: Irish Echo
Peter McDermott

Irish police raid Dublin house of republican: The Guardian
Giles Tremlett

Wednesday, November 12

Ministers to attend devolution meeting: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan & Gerry Moriarty

The new Good Book for all Unionists: (from the Irish Daily Star, Nov 10)
John Coulter

North needs to move on: The Irish Times

'No stone will be left unturned' in murder hunt: The News Letter

UDA's call to 'be ready for battle' criticised: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Political backlash to UDA's planned campaign: The News Letter

UDA's reversion is disappointing: Irish News

Ex-serviceman disgusted at disturbances: Derry Journal

Mayor defends reception for Army amid resignation calls: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

'Mayor should resign' – call: Derry Journal

Unionists back SDLP in move to welcome troops: The News Letter

QUB worker told to remove poppy: The News Letter

A sacrifice remembered: Irish Independent

Security stepped up at GAA clubs: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Tit-for-tat attacks cannot be tolerated: The News Letter

Rival arsonists are really allies: Irish News

Move follows 'immunity' plan: The News Letter

Victims alone cannot carry the burden of past sufferings: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

It's crucial that DPP role in Hamill case be scrutinised: Irish News
Susan McKay

Identification of remains in IRA probe 'will take weeks': Irish Independent
Tom Brady, Patrick Griffin and Jason O'Brien

Discovery of remains that may be IRA victim a 'relief': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan & Ronan McGreevy

Provos admitted shooting 19-year-old missing man: Irish News
Bimpe Fatogun

Human remains find – Remember war is futile: Irish Examiner

Omagh witness 'has no memory': Irish News

Five deny McIlveen murder charges: RTE

'INLA murdered Emmett Shiels': Derry Journal

'Poor start' for Protestant boys: BBC

Body calls for integration in faith schools: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Shell bomb arrest link to Colombia 3: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Arrest warrant issued for ETA militant: RTE

Football chant row reaches Westminster: The Scotsman
Craig Woodhouse

Tuesday, November 11

Sinn Fein and DUP tensions increase: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Stalemate at Stormont to blame for new surge of terror: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Dissidents more active, says IMC: BBC

Republican Dissidents more active than in recent years: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

IMC warns loyalists it may set a deadline for decommissioning: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Ahern urges agreement over NI policing: RTE

SF 'hold Province to ransom': The News Letter

SF criticises soldiers' reception: BBC

Dear Barack, I had a dream, too, but it's hard to Barack, I had a dream, too, but it's hard to rest easy over here: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

TUV is a one policy party: The News Letter

Fresh doubts over deal between unionist parties: The News Letter

Quinn killers can be caught – Orde: BBC

Fire 'retaliation' for Orange hall attacks: Irish News
Emma Blee

Second GAA club damaged by fire: BBC

Orange Order calls for an end to arson attacks: The News Letter

Revenge arsonists in GAA club blaze branded 'morons': Irish Independent
Patrick Griffin

Peer condemns attack on GAA clubhouse: The News Letter

Human remains found during search for IRA victims in woods: Irish Examiner
Dan Collins

SF leader welcomes remains find: BBC

Pressure on IRA after Wicklow body find:

Speakers to address conference on how to deal with the past: The News Letter

'No amnesty' for Troubles murders: BBC

Open-ended inquiries unacceptable – Paterson: The News Letter

Sacrifices we must not forget: The News Letter

Senator wants British army base to be Tan War museum: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Maze conflict transformation centre to cost £10m:

Site of IRA Hunger Strike Haunts Northern Ireland: Time
Bryan Coll

Hunger feeds a need to understand past: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Drive to raise £20m to give 30 schools integrated status: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Monday, November 10

Party unites in its opposition to Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Honouring war dead can transform former enemies into friends: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Long wait for Bloody Sunday report: BBC (Nov 7)
John Thorne

Give us inquiries into the banking crisis and Iraq, not Bloody Sunday: The Guardian
Max Hastings

McCartneys believe PSNI have closed investigation: Sunday Tribune (Nov 9)
Suzanne Breen

UFF killer 'lied' about murder: Irish News (Nov 8)
Diana Rusk

Orange Volunteers claim responsibilty for GAA clubhouse fire: UTV Internet

GAA clubhouse blaze 'suspicious': BBC

Poor Dessie!: Sunday Life (Nov 9)

PSNI delete our photos: Belfast Media
Áine McEntee

Obama likely to visit Ireland as president: Sunday Tribune (Nov 9)
Justine McCarthy

Real IRA member who has history of violence: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Number two Biden has a history over Irish debate: Sunday Life (Nov 9)

Residence for Stormont speaker is unjustifiable: Irish News (Nov 6)
Newton Emerson

First Minister Peter Robinson backs wife's view that gays are an 'abomination': Belfast Telegraph (Oct 30)
David Gordon

Howson – Famine song Rangers fans 'ignorant': The Sunday Times (Nov 9)
Stuart MacDonald

Divided We Stand: Financial Times (Nov 1)
John Lloyd

Sunday, November 9

Power-sharing system flawed, TUV: BBC

Former DUP MEP launches bid to take on former party: UTV Internet

DUP elements want to turn back the clock: Belfast Media
Alex Maskey

Stormont 'no longer needs UK nanny': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Why Provo denials may land Gerry in hot water: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

When will the unionists ever cop on?: Belfast Media
Gearóid Ó Cairealláin

Woodward urged to release funds for Haddock UVF probe: Irish News (Nov 7)
Barry McCaffrey

Allister asks to see paper on the 'past': The News Letter

Adams calls for United Nations to find truth: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Loyalists liken Maskey to Osama Bin Laden: Belfast Media
Joe Diamond

Mayor welcomes city soldiers home: BBC

Where do the SDLP now stand?: Belfast Media
Gerry Kelly

Unionist outrage over Hartley's snub to fallen: The News Letter

Passport 'poppy ban' denied by Home Office: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Poppies not cropping up too often: Belfast Media

Four men told to leave the country: Belfast Media
Áine McEntee

Paisley pays tribute to Sir John Hermon: The News Letter

Hermon was a firm leader of a force under fire: Belfast Telegraph

Ahern era was about peace, prosperity and progress: Sunday Independent
Richard Aldous

Ireland shows way to common ground: The Coloradoan (Nov 4)
William M. Timpson

Irishwoman tipped for key administration role: Irish Examiner (Nov 8)
Dan Buckley

Who in Ulster is ready to don the mantle of Barack Obama?: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Leonard

Obama will need all the luck he can get: Irish News
James Kelly

In search of a silver lining in cloud of McCain defeat: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

President O'Bama election: Belfast Media

Saturday, November 8

The afterlife of the IRA – The dissident groups bent on shattering the peace in Northern Ireland: The Independent
David McKittrick

Dissidents blamed after Craigavon is hit by fresh unrest: Portadown Times

Lithuanian court rejects Irishman's release: RTE

Hardline republicans meet in Derry: Derry Journal

Executive return to house on the hill is worth a bet: Irish News
Denis Bradley

Stormont 'Executive' is doomed: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Let's stop parading Agreement's ambiguities and end the gridlock: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 6)
Eamonn McCann

Apology over £5m for loyalist-link firm: Irish News

Long Kesh inaction costing jobs – McCartney: Derry Journal (Nov 4)

Joe Biden 'led way to Clinton SF talks': Irish News (Nov 6)
Barry McCaffrey

Lord Saville of Newdigate is sorry for Bloody Sunday delay: The Times
Frances Gibb

Families angered by Bloody Sunday report delay: The Irish Times

Bloody Sunday inquiry delays report again, four years after hearing evidence: The Times
David Sharrock

Patience is wearing thin: Derry Journal

Reasons needed for Saville delay: Irish News

Hopes that centre will heal past wounds: The News Letter (Oct 31)

Devlins to take fight to Attorney General: Irish News
Allison Morris

Sir John Hermon: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

€100k settlements for Higgins and Yates: Irish Examiner (Nov 7)
Vivion Kilfeather

Belfast's Sinn Fein Mayor will be absent from Remembrance: Belfast Telegraph

Time to stand up for Great War's fighting Irish: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

They fought and died together... why can't we pay tribute together?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Friday, November 7

Row erupts over UUP proposal to host council reception for Territorial Army: Ulster Herald
Rosetta Donnelly

Father and son in court over parade trouble: UTV Internet

Many living in terror would be thrilled to see troops: Belfast Telegraph
Sharon Owens

Army parade cannot airbrush murder legacy: Irish News
Jim Gibney

To engage the future we must start to resolve pain of the past: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Call for an end to interface violence: The News Letter

Wilson appoints non-residents of NI to boundary commission: Irish News
Claire Simpson

A peace of their minds: Boston Globe (Nov 6)
Kevin Cullen

'Sectarian' attack condemned: The News Letter

Nationalists 'forced OAPs out': The News Letter

Blair's ex-right hand man helps mark tenth anniversary of Belfast deal: Liverpool Daily Post (Nov 6)
Alan Weston

Blaney needs to clarify comments – Sinn Fein: Sunday Journal (Oct 12)

PSNI gave £5m contracts to 'UVF-linked company': Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Saville delays Bloody Sunday report for a year: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Disappointment at Saville delay: UTV Internet

Bloody Sunday inquiry – 900 witnesses and 20 million words of evidence: The Times
David Sharrock

A who's who of lawyers and witnesses: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Play fair on Ulster call to Obama: The News Letter

Obama pictured with Sinn Fein rep 'on run' over soldier killing: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Robinson – election of Obama 'truly historic': The News Letter

Consul hopeful of a Biden visit: Irish News
William Graham

Thursday, November 6

Assembly meeting blocked amid policing row: The News Letter

North stalemate 'must be ended': Irish World
Frank Murphy

Pressing need for political stability: Belfast Telegraph

MLA remains defiant after being suspended: Belfast Telegraph

NI chief constable challenged over stalemate comments:

N Ireland police in terror warning: Financial Times
Jimmy Burns

'Dissidents determined to kill police': Fermanagh Herald
Michael Breslin

Garda work saves PSNI lives – Orde: BBC

Policing of parade cost £300,000: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Youths clash in 'recreational rioting': Belfast Telegraph

Informant questions unanswered: BBC
Ruth McDonald

Hamill inquiry won't include DPP decisions: UTV Internet

No change of Hamill inquiry terms: BBC

Disappeared plea to end families' suffering: Newry Democrat

Loyalist Praises McAleese Friendship: Irish Voice/
Barry McCaffrey

Loyalist chief defends having Irish passport: The News Letter

Report into Bloody Sunday delayed: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Action demanded on 'Celtic chants': The News Letter

Brennan battles as hearing looms: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Obama Victory – Ulster political reaction: The News Letter

Northern Ireland envoy to remain after Obama win: Belfast Telegraph

Taoiseach invites Obama to ancestral home: UTV Internet

Will Irish still receive welcome in Washington?: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Review of Irish-US relationship announced: RTE

Wednesday, November 5

Plight of Disappeared adds to party tensions: The News Letter

Paisley says he wants to see SF woman 'Tasered': Irish News
Rebecca Black

Dissidents thrive on North's impasse: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

IRA leader allegation dismissed by Adams: Irish News
William Graham

McCausland banned over Adams IRA claim: RTE

MLA remains defiant after being suspended: Belfast Telegraph

Allister denies TUV is 'splitting unionist vote': The News Letter

Concerns over republican's role at homecoming protest: The News Letter

Loyalists attack victims' protest: Belfast Media
Ciarán Barnes

A homecoming fit for heroes: The News Letter

An obscene Sunday morning spectacle: Belfast Media

Orange halls damaged in attacks: BBC (Nov 3)

Orange leader speaks out after hall attack: UTV Internet (Nov 3)

Attacks on halls must stay in past: Irish News

Campbell not standing for Europe seat: Derry Journal

Irish President's husband helped UDA chief get fast-track Irish passport: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

How future president almost played a part in Troubles riot: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Poppy-ular flower is flavour of the month: Belfast Media

No shrine at Long Kesh – DFM: Derry Journal

Trouble breaks out at flashpoint: BBC

Sectarian riots break out in Northern Ireland after footballer is hit by firework: Daily Telegraph
Chris Irvine

'Leave our Eoghan alone' – says dad: Derry Journal

How our brave Eoghan Factors out the bullies: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Eoghan right to focus on singing: Irish News

We're US allies – not Sinn Fein, says Dodds: The News Letter

Film about Bobby Sands fails to separate fact from fiction: Irish Examiner
Steven King

Retention of Protestant schools' grant 'would be unfair': The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Tuesday, November 4

Woodward praises 'mutual respect' of opposing sides: Irish News
Andrea McKernon

Bodies praised for handling of parade: The News Letter

Support from public overwhelming – RIR: The News Letter
Ed Freely

'Homecoming' hijacked for all the wrong reasons: Irish News
Tom Kelly

IRA should get one last parade – homecoming for 'Army Council.': (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Hopes grow of solving Stormont stalemate as the talks intensify: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

We need a new process to reach decisions: Irish News
Roy Garland

The brink is no place for politics: Belfast Telegraph

Time politicians showed maturity: Irish News

It's 'Gerry versus the pacemakers' for SF: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Dodds sets sights on outperforming Sinn Fein in Europe: Irish News
William Graham

Dissident defends vile threats against X Factor Eoghan: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents 'trying to drive out Protestants': The News Letter

DUP challenge to Adams on role in IRA: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Hunt For Ireland's 'Disappeared':
Vicki Hawthorne

NI rift deepens as Adams accused over 'Disappeared':

North's appointments chief scathing over leaks: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Prisoner's family voice safety fears: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Ahern saw British embassy torched: BBC

Devlins angry at likely jail sentences: Irish News (Nov 1)
Allison Morris

Maze decison delay an 'embarrassment': The News Letter (Oct 31)

Recession 'will hit NI hardest': BBC

The North needs McCain: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Dundee football clubs attack Murray over sectarian claim: The Herald

Monday, November 3

Despite fears of violence police keep Belfast troop protest under control: The Times
David Sharrock

Loyalists clash with police over armed forces parade: The Herald

30,000 in city for forces' parade: BBC

NI Secretary welcomes parade outcome: RTE

See you Sunday – RIR soldiers in Afghanistan in loyalist display ahead of march: Belfast Media (Oct 31)

Parade casts long dark shadow: BBC
Mark Simpson

When two tribes go to war: Irish Independent
Jonathan McCambridge

Baying loyalists bring sense of menace back to Belfast streets: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

'This is the second largest city in Ireland and not a catwalk for the British army': Belfast Media (Oct 31)
Bobby Storey

Time for parties in North to march in step together: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

SF acting like spoiled children, says Dodds: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Robinson backs powersharing in first DUP conference speech: Belfast Telegraph

True to party's roots, leaders thump and taunt: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Language may be new but the message is depressingly familiar: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Possible pacts and hard facts about unbroken deadlock: Tribune (UK)
John Coulter

Disappeared service at Stormont: BBC

Miracle that brought peace to Ireland: John O'Groat Journal (Oct 31)
Jamie Stone

Will the real Bertie please stand up?: Sunday Tribune (Nov 2)
Conor McMorrow

Oasis in high level briefing with SF chief: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 30)
Maureen Coleman

Banbridge return for the Miami: The Observer (Nov 2)
Rowan Walker

'It's just a film. . . that's all it is': The Irish Times (Nov 1)
Donald Clarke

Speak or hold peace: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Walls that talk: Sydney Morning Herald (Oct 26)
Christina Pfeiffer

'Britishness at risk': The News Letter (Oct 29)

Sunday, November 2

Clashes feared as protests set for Royal Irish parade: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Parade security will be highest since Drumcree: Irish News
Rebecca Black

Protests planned at troops parade: BBC

Parade fears grow as Sinn Fein calls in 1,500 extra protesters: Belfast Telegraph

Adams warns troublemakers to stay away: RTE

Unionists give guarded welcome to SF moves: The News Letter

Thousands turn out for Royal Irish: The News Letter

Temperature rising over cold house for soldiers: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 31)
Laurence White

Honour the brave Royal Irish: The News Letter
Owen Paterson

Why SF protest at homecoming parade will do no one any good: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 28)
Eric Waugh

Open Letter to Shaun Woodward: Sunday Journal (Oct 26)
Mary Nelis

Altered protest is encouraging: Irish News

Cross-border service remembers fallen servicemen: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson – fix the economy to help devolution survive: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Robinson believes difficulties resolved soon: RTE

Stormont stalemate is 'disaster' for economy: The News Letter

Don't mess up this rare chance of peace: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Historic days ahead as 'repression' takes hold: Irish News
James Kelly

Unionist unity on agenda for DUP conference: The News Letter

Effort to ban PSNI use of Taser guns dismissed pending judicial review: Irish News

Threats sinister and ludicrous: Irish News (Oct 31)

Time (and RTE) add spin to Provos' helicopter escape: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Irish woman wins harrassment case: UTV Internet (Oct 29)

Gers Chairman Murray insists club is being victimised: The Sunday Times
Stuart MacDonald

Support for independence in decline: Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon and Paul Hutcheon

Saturday, November 1

Belfast parade for returning troops raises fear of unrest: The Times
David Sharrock

MoD and Sinn Fein changes to parade and protest: UTV Internet

Flypast cancelled for Ulster troops homecoming: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'Don't fall into Sinn Fein's trap': The News Letter

Residents' spokesman is slammed by MP as march row intensifies: Portadown Times

Anger over 'banned' parade tune: The News Letter

Present politics, or past history?: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

No man's land – Is the parade and protest too close for comfort?: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Republican protest is 'anti-British': The News Letter
Naomi Long

A volatile mix on Belfast's streets: Belfast Telegraph

Politicians pin blame after Executive fails to convene yet again: The News Letter

Conference gauge for DUP temperature: BBC
Martina Purdy

DUP meeting may shed light on stalemate: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

We're ready to make Stormont work in fullest possible way: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

Conference speech will be test for Robinson: Irish News
William Graham

Conference with a difference: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Parties' finances 'must be transparent': The News Letter

Police 'can keep using stun guns': BBC

Robinson fury at UTV's 'insulting' poppy policy: The News Letter

Republican groups merger talks: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Republican Sinn Fein splits over name plan: Irish News
Allison Morris

Never say never: The Guardian
Ian Jack

A Protestant lion in winter: Liverpool Post
Mary Kenny

Loyalist loses appeal to protect identity: UTV Internet

'McKevitt's voice' heard as evidence: Irish News

Trial makes history: Irish News

IRA Hunger film funding criticism: BBC

We're Irish too but bigots are dragging our boy into this: The Sun
John Kay & Jason Johnson


Irish music downloads

Irish Videos

Art, prints, calendars and posters
Buy at
Sir Henry Sidney "Pacifies" Ulster and Returns to Dublin after a Victory
Buy From

Subscribe to the Newshound

Subscribe with PayPal


Newshound Merchandise
Get a Newshound mug, shirt or cap
The Epic History &
Heritage of the Irish

The Wild Geese Today