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Sunday, November 15

PSNI civilian recruitment 'must be 50-50': Irish News
Allison Morris

Sinn Fein's Adams & McGuinness were right (and I was wrong) says longtime IRA foe: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Parties criticise Sinn Fein reaction to raid: Irish News

Bomb 'components' found at Maghaberry: UTV Internet

Prison visits resume after search: BBC

Irish dissidents paying travellers to steal guns:
Henry McDonald

RIRA man refused bid to fight extradition: Irish News

Loyalists attack murdered reporter's colleagues at court hearing: The Observer
Henry McDonald

I was with Robert Nairac the night before the IRA killed him... now justice must be done: Mail on Sunday
Patrick Mercer

Band that loves Queen 'non-political': Irish News
Diana Rusk

Nobel winner recounts role in N. Ireland: Columbia Daily Tribune
Jonathon Braden

Saturday, November 14

SDLP calls on Robinson not to let TUV set police agenda: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson's 'frustration' at anti-sectarian policy delay: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Mixed reaction as fate of Police Reserve is sealed: Portadown Times

Reserves must apply for PSNI jobs: BBC

Time to take deep breath on policing – PUP: Belfast Telegraph

No more delay on devolution: Irish News

Edinburgh council base opposed by Hain: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Simplistic labels ignore our multi-layered identities: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Drew forum – Adams urges U.S. to keep pressure on England: Madison Eagle
Phil Garber

Irish language strategy in final stages – Cowen (Nov 13):
Deaglán de Bréadún

Money-laundering probe a scalp for DUP says Hughes: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Four parties to enter by-election fray as DUP sit it out: Portadown Times

Officers and Army personnel comb jail after Maghaberry Semtex find: Belfast Telegraph

Derry dissident goes on trial: BBC

Loyalist Stone gets appeal date: UTV Internet

Sang sectarian songs at parade: Londonderry Sentinel

Terrorist verdicts may be unsafe: BBC

Rugby international sparks anthem row at Ravenhill: The News Letter

Generosity of historian will leave lasting contribution (Nov 9): Irish News
Roy Garland

An Irishman's Diary (Nov 12): The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Ruane's Marxist ideology destroying education, says McCartney (Nov 9): The News Letter

DUP desperate to keep selection – Sinn Fein (Nov 11): Belfast Telegraph

Why should I be pressured into wearing a poppy? (Nov 4): Belfast Telegraph
Mark Steel

Republic campaign urges shoppers to stay in south: Irish News
John Manley

Basque terrorist 'in blackmail bid over extradition': Belfast Telegraph

Friday, November 13

McCrea attacks SF on justice devolution: The News Letter

Take time to do the job right says UUP: Irish News
William Graham

PSNI chief Baggot explains decision to axe reserve unit: Belfast Telegraph

Meeting of North/South Ministerial Council: Irish News
William Graham

Taoiseach to attend British-Irish Council meeting in Jersey: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

'No confidence' without reserve: BBC

Dissidents could become bigger than PIRA – claim: The News Letter

Dissidents demand herbal high shop is closed: Newry Democrat

What was achieved by Adams and McGuinness stands out as a perfect model of courage: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Republican alleges 'cherry-picking' in extradition cases (Nov 8): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

SF/PUP in bid to remove flags – McGuinness: Derry Journal

Why defining identities is more than Armalites and Ulster Scots (Nov 9): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Church leaders' concern at violence in North (Nov 11): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Lockdown as Northern Ireland prison is searched:
Henry McDonald

Officers hunt for Semtex at Northern Ireland's top security prison: Belfast Telegraph

Barracks murders – New key suspect: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Carroll's widow 'prays for killers': UTV Internet

Man denies £25k INLA blackmail conspiracy (Nov 10): Belfast Telegraph

New blow for Omagh families as PM delays inquiry decision: Belfast Telegraph

Man charged 32 years after Standish Army officer's murder: Stroud News & Journal
Nick Wakefield

Two held in McDaid murder case: RTE

McDaid murder suspects bailed: Belfast Telegraph

Councils plan could 'collapse': BBC

SDLP MLAs to resign council seats: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Former Mayor of Lisburn 'exonerated' by Equality Commission: Ulster Star

Border to go as development sees Derry spill into Donegal (Nov 10): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Basque separatist extradition 'inhumane': UTV Internet

Thursday, November 12

Robinson retreats from position on police reserve: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Testing times for chief constable: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Maskey – I would not object to a unionist justice minister: Irish News
William Graham

McGuinness issues justice warning: BBC

The sinking, ageing voice of Northern nationalism: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

One-man-band Allister is in no position to offer anything: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Woeful winter may be season to be jolly for SF: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Alleged top Provo also pursued over finances: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Assets wife must clear her name: The News Letter

Minister says raids are not acceptable: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Sean Hughes – Influential peacemaker or 'dangerous man'?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Real IRA denies cigarette smuggling (Nov 8): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

RIRA hit dad in raid bid: Newry Democrat

Police guard judges in court: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Reps. hail progress in North visit: Irish Echo
Ciara Quinn

Omagh officer says police at risk: BBC

Omagh bombing could have been averted, says police investigator: Belfast Telegraph

32 years on, man accused of Capt. Nairac's murder: The Independent
David McKittrick

Man charged with 1977 IRA murder of British Army officer Captain Robert Nairac: Daily Mail
David Williams

Ex-IRSP leader – I wasn't informer: Irish News
Allison Morris

Wright inquiry sparked INLA informer probe: Irish News
Allison Morris

Frazer in Victims Forum row: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Inclusive symbol: Belfast Telegraph

We remember: The Irish Times

McCrea anti-Papal support hits Facebook: Mid Ulster Mail

Not time to leave Church, Anglicans told: The News Letter

Councillor criticises cross-border shoppers: Irish Examiner
Eoin English

Wednesday, November 11

Legal framework for justice transfer passes vital hurdle: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

PPS reform high priority after transfer says SDLP: Irish News
William Graham

Justice devolution Christmas call:

Hopes of justice devolution by end of year dashed: Belfast Telegraph

Irish Foreign Minister to meet McGuinness and Robinson: Belfast Telegraph

Baggott defends plans to axe reserve: UTV Internet

Auxiliary body set up to support RUC: Irish News

PSNI control staff 'mostly officers' despite pledges (Nov 9): Irish News
Allison Morris

Baggot's strategy is risky in light of dissident threat: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Matt Baggott's honeymoon is over: (from the Ulster News Letter)
Liam Clarke

We should accept Baggott's verdict: Belfast Telegraph

Ritchie begins campaign to lead SDLP with unity call: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ritchie sets sights on united Ireland within her lifetime: Belfast Telegraph

Men in court over loyalist intimidation: UTV Internet

HET hold man on UDA man's murder: BBC

UPRG – 'Dallat has vendetta against Knight (Nov 3): Coleraine Times

RAAD issue new threat to drug dealers - 'Come forward or else': Derry Journal

Political will is needed to end reign of anti-social behaviour: Irish News
Breidge Gadd

We're all in this together (Nov 9): Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

32CSM summit held in Derry: Derry Journal

Decision over parade cancellation defended: The News Letter
Michael McGlade & Philip Bradfield

Assets of republican frozen by NI crime office: The Irish Times

Shoot-to-kill files disclosure delayed: UTV Internet

Stormont is perfect venue for the sorest of subjects: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

DUP MLA claims Protestants 'don't feel welcome at GAA games': Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

McGuinness demands help for mutual society's savers: Irish News
William Graham

Oakgrove defends poppy display: Derry Journal

Is the poppy meant to be stuck on trousers of X Factor hopefuls?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Poppy conceals the crime of war: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Irish Holocaust museum needed (Nov 9): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Tuesday, November 10

Northern Ireland policing deal under threat over fate of reserve force:
Henry McDonald

Reserve axe is 'deal-breaker'- DUP: UTV Internet

Reserve 'wants to stay in police': BBC

PSNI Chief Constable Baggott pushes on with normalisation of policing: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

SF warns DUP over transfer of policing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Firms carrying out PSNI work could become easy targets: Belfast Telegraph

DUP delay plays into the hands of those trying to make mischief: Irish News
William Graham

We punch above our weight – Jim Allister (Nov 7): The News Letter
Sam McBride

It's a laugh a minute in world of politics: Irish News
Steven McCaffery

Election strategy will 'expose' DUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

TUV can't end partnership: Irish News

Sinn Féin MP a 'doable' project (Nov 9): Belfast Media
Áine McEntee

'Opposition in government' strategy is failing the SDLP: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Church 'surprised' over privacy of Eames report: The News Letter

Parade passes off peacefully: The News Letter

Five arrests linked to loyalists: BBC

Dissidents blamed for disruption: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

'Dissident threat to NI judges': BBC

Berlin celebrates but Northern Ireland has more barriers than ever: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Family of 'disappeared' victim still awaiting closure: Irish Independent
Elaine Keogh & Tom Brady

Grim, unrelenting dig for IRA victim's body in the bog: Belfast Telegraph

'Disappeared' man search resumes: BBC

IRA man takes his case to Europe: Irish Examiner
Seán McCárthaigh

Talks with Libya remain a work in progress says MP (Nov 9): Belfast Media
Nigel Dodds

PSNI fails to meet handover deadline for Stalker report: Belfast Telegraph

Poppy wearing on the BBC legitimises actions of British (Nov 9): Belfast Media
JJ Magee

Putting poppies on football tops is cheap publicity: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Vatican opens its doors to married Anglican clergy: The Times
Ruth Gledhill

The pope's Anglican division:
Graham Kings

Monday, November 9

Unionist leader urges Robinson to ditch Sinn Féin from Executive: Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

TUV vow to bring down Stormont Executive: Belfast Telegraph

Brown in fresh talks with NI leaders over policing and justice impasse: Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Tensions grow over policing deal:

Judges' families under 24-hour security as Real IRA increases threat: The Times
David Sharrock

Bomb alert hits commemoration: UTV

Dig starts tomorrow for body of disappeared man: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Work resumes to find remains of 'Disappeared' IRA victim: Belfast Telegraph

Working for a united Ireland': Toronto Sun
Kevin Connor

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams to speak Thursday in Madison (Nov 6): Madison Eagle

Did civil inequality merit triggering the Troubles?: Irish Times
Henry Kelly

Garda named in collusion inquiry into murder of RUC men: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Conviction for IRA membership overturned and retrial ordered: Irish Times

Reinstated – policeman who was airbrushed out of GAA history: Belfast Telegraph

We muted sound of Celtic fans' chanting during minute's silence, admit Sky: Daily Record
Jack Mathieson

Sunday, November 8

PM holds justice devolution talks: BBC

TUV throws down gauntlet at conference: UTV Internet

Nothing strange about UUP-Tory link: Irish News
Alex Kane

Clarity demanded on PSNI Reserve: The News Letter

Stormont fiddlers must buckle down to the job: Irish News
James Kelly

Cynical approach rewards: Irish News
Newton Emerson

IRA's darkest secrets to be revealed in archives: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Courageous Kate inspiration to all: Belfast Telegraph

'Leprechaun' apology welcomed: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Hanging outrage doesn't give full picture: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Sorry, minister, but shopping up North is a no-brainer: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

The Presidency has become an extravagance we can no longer afford: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

Battle lines drawn in poppy debate: Sunday Sun
Mike Kelly

Impact of pope's decree begins to dawn on Church of England members (Oct 25):
Riazat Butt

Leading Anglican author converts to Catholicism: The Observer
Anushka Asthana

Saturday, November 7

Justice threat 'could halt talks': BBC
Mark Devenport

NI police reserve to go in 2011: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Ending of reserve ranks criticised: The Irish Times

SDLP has the chance to be strong political force again: Belfast Telegraph
Conall McDevitt

TUV sorry for 'leprechaun' slur: BBC

Note on jail boss in cell of Carroll defendant: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

DNA 'match' in Massereene murder case: UTV Internet

'Soil sample links Colin Duffy to two murders': Belfast Telegraph

Man tells of RIRA gang attack: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Bowls champion's car is destroyed in petrol bombing: Belfast Telegraph

Third sectarian attack on the same house: Impartial Reporter

Attacks on Rasharkin Protestants: Ballymoney Times

Republican – Why I'm happy to wear poppy with pride: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Easter lily sale decision puts student union in line of fire: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

More mixed couples tying the knot: BBC
Niall Glynn

Warning caller claims INLA was behind city firework bomb attack: Evening Herald
Cormac Looney and Charlie Mallon

Bishop receives sectarian letters (Nov 6): The Irish Times
Barry Roche

DUP's secret plot to oust Ian Paisley: The Independent
Noel McAdam

Monopoly omits Falls and Shankill: The Irish Times

Towards equality for all in local education (Nov 2): The News Letter
Caitriona Ruane

Cross-border service for Ireland's war dead: Belfast Telegraph

University grievance goes deep into Derry psyche: Irish News
Denis Bradley

Friday, November 6

SF may quit over delay in transfer of police powers: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

No Alliance Justice Minister without 'progress': UTV Internet

Policing package enough – Baggott: BBC

Anxiety at lack of action on policing and justice: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP just keep tying themselves in knots (Nov 2): Belfast Media

Time to transfer policing powers: The Irish Times

Victim's mum describes horror of paramilitary-style shooting: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory and Barry McCaffrey

The loyalist threat to Northern Ireland:
Beatrix Campbell

Action is needed to counter dissidents: The News Letter

Dissident barbarity has no justification: Irish News

Archbishop concerned over rising tensions in Northern Ireland: Christianity Today
Jenna Lyle

DUP deal still open (Nov 2): Belfast Media
Alana Fearon

Loyalist suspended from Orange Order: The News Letter

'Orders must speak' (Nov 2): Belfast Media

Sinn Fein councillor critical of MEP Dodds' dual mandate: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

PSNI to hand over shoot-to-kill secrets: UTV Internet

'What country do we sue?' (Nov 2): Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

UVF memorial replaced by historic artwork: Londonderry Sentinel

SDLP MLA to step down from assembly: UTV Internet

Troubles quilts on display at Imperial War Museum: The News Letter

MPs in Northern Ireland get special attention (Nov 5): Daily Telegraph
Holly Watt

The Big Interview – Iris Robinson (Nov 2): The News Letter

GAA – it's called teamwork (Oct 31): Irish Independent

The European Court of Human Rights is part of an aggressive and belligerent drive towards secularism: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Thursday, November 5

Dissident threat at highest level, warns watchdog: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Northern Ireland dissidents 'committed to launching mainland attacks':
Henry McDonald

Provos aiding rogue republicans: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

RAAD behind rise in attacks – IMC: BBC

Grieve – Dissidents cannot win: Belfast Telegraph

'Unequivocal evidence to retain the Reserve': The News Letter

SF warns of political 'free-fall': BBC

Selling out for queen's head is second nature for DUP: Irish News
Brian Feeney

I'm weary of prejudice: The News Letter
N R Greer

Petrol-bomb attack not a major incident – PSNI: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

'Loyalists may hijack remembrance parade': The News Letter

Parties continue row over by-election: The News Letter

Ruane must rethink language spending: The News Letter

Disappeared law to come into force: UTV Internet

Jacques Chirac criticises Margaret Thatcher's handling of 1981 Irish hunger strike in memoir: Daily Telegraph
Henry Samuel

Boston's Leary visits North schools: Irish Echo
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Transfer talks making progress, say parties: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

SF MPs can claim London allowances: UTV Internet

Peter and Iris Robinson – the expenses reform losers: Daily Telegraph
Rosa Prince

Our MPs must take heed of new rules: Belfast Telegraph

Bishop's hate mail – Shameful attacks (Nov 4): Irish Examiner

Wednesday, November 4

Committee in appeal over Woodward: BBC

Martin urges NI policing powers transfer: RTE

Time to burst the policing bubble: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Parading is DUP's latest issue on which to stick: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Latest report on dissident activity: UTV Internet

Republican youths lay siege to PSNI station: The News Letter

Can police deal with rioters?: The News Letter

Two men shot in Derry and Belfast: UTV Internet

Dissident held leaving prison: Irish News
Allison Morris

Unionist in-fighting forces by-election: The News Letter

Allister's 'good faith exploited': BBC

Purvis – Unionists 'lacking honesty' over Bill of Rights: Belfast Telegraph

Unionists at odds over cause of Troubles: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Banner supporting Greysteel killer removed by police: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Pregnant sheep targeted in 'sectarian' attack: The News Letter

Sisters in appeal for Disappeared man's remains: Irish News
Allison Morris

Libyans 'unlikely' to compensate: BBC

Tories will not freeze relations with Libya if no compensation deal for IRA victims is reached:
Henry McDonald

Council didn't fail to comply – Equality Commission: Derry Journal

Ruane slammed over Irish translation costs: The News Letter

Bishop tweets on sectarian letters over school funds row: Irish Examiner
Conall O Fátharta

Libraries ban poppies – 'We can't favour one charity above others' says manager (Nov 3): Daily Mail
Andy Dolan

Council lifts library poppy ban: Belfast Telegraph

The angelus rings on (Sep 23):
Mary Kenny

Tuesday, November 3

Official IRA to begin decommissioning 'within weeks': Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Unionism awaits SDLP's choice: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Addressing grievances first step to achieving peace – Chomsky: Irish News
William Graham

We're stuck with the Assembly . . . and it's no laughing matter: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Lack of succession planning may lead to self-destruction: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Where the streets are to blame?: BBC

Robinson anger at 'witch hunt': The News Letter

PSNI chief praises work of churches: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McCartney to address TUV event: BBC

Craigavon faces by-election:

Freddie Mercury impersonator 'Flash Harry' to contest by-election for UUP: Belfast Telegraph

Unionist rivals must deliver poll strategy (Oct 30): The News Letter

Victims' group calls for Libyan investment: RTE

Compensation plan for Libya tabled by IRA victims' group: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Victims deserve some recompense: Belfast Telegraph

'Disappeared' man's family make appeal: The Irish Times

Stormont wreath for Disappeared: UTV Internet

No justice without truth (Oct 29): Belfast Media

Charity funding for Irish language nursery schools: Irish News
Simon Doyle

And they call it... poppy love (Oct 29): Belfast Media

Time to wear your poppy with pride: The News Letter

An appropriate gesture to GAA: Irish News

'No repeat' of shoppers' exodus: BBC

Minister hits out at Paisley's rhyme: Irish News
Ashleigh McDonald

Opposing the Pope's right to meet his people is antichristian: Irish News
Roy Garland

Only Eames can save Anglicans: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Irish support for Blair was damaging to our interests (Oct 31): The Irish Times
Garret Fitzgerald

Hitting violent street gangs where it hurts (Nov 1): Scotland On Sunday
David Leask

Monday, November 2

Justice money "may be withdrawn": BBC

Robinson must honour his commitments (Oct 29): Belfast Media
Alex Maskey

Noone is fooled by DUP's latest excuses on policing and justice (Oct 29): Belfast Media

IRA victims in line for £1bn Libya deal (Nov 1): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Government won't be drawn on Libyan/IRA damages (Nov 1): Sunday Business Post
John Burke

If Libya pays out, then why shouldn't the British? (Nov 1): Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Finucane fight for independent inquiry (Oct 29): Belfast Media

Republicans visit top IRA man's family over his book: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Move to distance IRA from missing west Belfast man: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Hope for vital consolation (Oct 31): Irish News

They haven't gone away (Nov 1): Sunday Tribune
Ali Bracken

Why Maze stadium decision is a blow for integrated sport: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Chomsky – north a model for ending violence (Oct 31): Irish News
William Graham

Service honours Reformation Day: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Armistice Day poppycock threatens our free speech (Oct 28): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

GAA pitch plans put on hold following DUP text message (Oct 29): Irish News
Diana Rusk

The GAA is the most important socio-cultural movement in Ireland; our nation's spiritual core (Oct 31): Irish Independent
Darragh McManus

A time to celebrate – GAA shows what real unity can do (Oct 31): Irish Examiner

Time to shine a light on educational darkness (Oct 31): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

How to ambush a politician (and what it costs): (from the Irish Herald)
Jude Collins

History accordin' to the BBC (Oct 29): Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Pilgrims hold out for a miracle as faith falters: Irish Independent
John Cooney

FitzPatrick in 'anti-Protestant tirade': Irish Independent

Pope offers olive branch after move to 'poach' traditionalist Anglicans: The Times
Richard Owen

The can of worms opened by Pope's offer to Anglicans (Oct 26): Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Sunday, November 1

'DUP wants parades body's scalp for political ends' claim: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Sinn Fein in 'parades U-turn': The News Letter

Robinson blasts SF 'snoops': The News Letter

PSNI 50:50 recruitment policy will end by 2011: Irish News
Diana Rusk

'Resolve' parades issue: Irish News
Newton Emerson

No dream ticket to end SDLP nightmare: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Sinn Féin 'fears book by ex-IRA commander Brendan Hughes': The Observer
Henry McDonald

IRA told to account for any remaining victims it buried: Irish News
Allison Morris

Former IRA man key to search: Irish News
Allison Morris

Irish American leaders seek Truth Commission in North: Irish Voice/
Robert Reynolds

Libyan talks raise hopes for the 'Semtex families': The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke and David Leppard

Signs of progress for IRA victims as MPs fly to Libya to discuss compensation with Gaddafi regime: Mail on Sunday

ONH threatens pair over loss of its guns: Irish News
Allison Morris

Religious imbalance now reversed: New Ross Standard

Knight deserves to be back in jail (Oct 29): Irish News

Apprentice Boys take message to Commons: The News Letter

Corr caught up in tax fraud probe: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

Sham Fight on canvas: The News Letter

Sole survivor of Carnlough landmine dies on holiday (Oct 27): Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Conradh na Gaeilge criticises report: The Irish Times (Sep 23)
Patsy McGarry

First official language farce sees funds wasted on futile gestures: Sunday Independent
Concubhar O Liathan

Stormont hurls in a tribute to the GAA: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

'The self-pitying Goram still sees himself as the victim': Scotland on Sunday
Tom English

Cross-border trade 'relatively low' (Oct 29): RTE

Exchange rate for train fare criticised (Oct 30): The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Neary blunders by not giving credit to pilgrims' progress: The Sunday Times
Liam Fay

Sex is a stumbling block for Anglicans on the road to Rome (Oct 25): Sunday Telegraph
George Pitcher

Scottish independence vote is vetoed: The Sunday Times
Jason Allardyce


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