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Monday, November 15

Gerry Adams to Run for Seat in Ireland: New York Times
John F. Burns

Adams to run for Dáil seat in Louth constituency: The Irish Times
Richard McMullen

Adams says he has 'duty' to seek Dáil seat: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Adams quits Parliament he refused to attend to fight for election in Irish Republic (and he gets £41,000): Daily Mail
Daniel Martin

Tough task for Gerry Adams to make Sinn Fein a player in the Irish Republic: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Facing the greatest gamble of his political career: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Adams is taking a high-risk gamble: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Gardai fear terror groups will recruit economic protesters: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

DUP and Sinn Féin 'wasted £400m', claims TUV leader: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Ritchie first national leader to attend ceremony: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

SDLP's Ritchie poppy ' act of moving on': Belfast Telegraph

Bhoyos showed sad ignorance of the history of the poppy (Nov 12): Aberdeen Press and Journal
Derek Lord

Sharing our history: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Road to deal would have deterred lesser leaders: The Irish Times
Seán Donlon

Anglo-Irish Agreement had decisive impact on Republic's politics: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

A terrible beauty was born out of agreement: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

The Anglo-Irish Agreement: The Irish Times
Editorial

Stormont Diary – McGuinness delighted by Robinson's Muppet appearance: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Better policing call after bad accident (Nov 10): Dundalk Democrat
James Rogers

Former student backs campaign to halt name change (Nov 11): Londonderry Sentinel

Sunday, November 14

Adams expected to run for election in Louth: RTE

McCrea gets mauling over dissident IRA claims: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

TUV 'not unionist vote splitters' says Jim Allister: BBC

Allister sets out TUV vision: The News Letter
Jim Allister

Angry Savage threatens to leave UUP: The News Letter

Bomb outrage: Belfast Media
Editorial

Ideas sought to improve education for Protestant working class boys (Nov 10): Belfast Telegraph

Clinton's £36k bill: Londonderry Sentinel

Corporation tax cut not a 'silver bullet': The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

A bright new day in the town we love so well?: Londonderry Sentinel
David Latimer

Rangers fans pay poppy tribute to the war dead: Sunday Herald
Graeme Murray

Charity apologises over 'cover up' poppy order: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Mail order intolerance ignores Celtic's right to wear the green: Sunday Independent
Dion Fanning

Keep politics and poppies apart: Scotland on Sunday
Editorial

Marblehead High student reflects on visit of peers from Northern Ireland (Nov 10): Marblehead Reporter
Lauren Rogers

Ex-RUC chief in anti-terror role (Nov 9): The News Letter

Saturday, November 13

Politicians divided on proposal to end 50-50 recruiting by police: Belfast Telegraph

Now time to end the 50-50 rule: The News Letter
Editorial

Dissident republican strength claim 'sheer madness': BBC

Tip-off leads to Real IRA arms find: Evening Herald
Cormac Murphy

Shop staff 'Could have been killed': Belfast Media
Ian Allen

Man's sister targeted as part of blackmail plot, court told: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan and Alan Erwin

Community worker forced from her home is nominated for top award: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

UDA chiefs 'gave order for fatal attack on DJ': Belfast Telegraph

Haddock bail bid ruling next week: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

Man, 25, is questioned over Rathcoole riots: BBC

TUV here to stay, insists Allister: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Faux outrage makes for poor politics: The News Letter
Owen Polley

Man jailed over Newry bomb 'not guilty': UTV Internet

Peter Robinson defies critics over joint award with Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph

Prince Charles and Camilla playing the Irish peace card: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Poppies divide workforce at Quinn Insurance: Impartial Reporter

Charity 'sorry' over poppy request: UTV Internet

That was the November when we all wore a red poppy -- for our milkman's friend's older brother: Irish Independent

'Murph Massacre raised by SDLP MPs in debate in House of Commons: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Dublin rethink paved way for Anglo-Irish Agreement: The Irish Times
Garret Fitzgerald

The government have important lessons to learn from history: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

"No issue" with Ní Mhaonaigh's nomination for Doherty – Donegal Association: Donegal Democrat

Cross-border shoppers spend €418m: Irish Examiner
Seán McCárthaigh

Macra and YFCU on cross-Border rural peace exchanges: Impartial Reporter
Brian Donaldson

Friday, November 12

Loss of RUC special branch leaves PSNI 'skills gap': The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Police are struggling to deal with dissidents, says report: Belfast Telegraph

Paterson confirms PSNI 50-50 recruitment should lapse: BBC

Unionists welcome 50-50 scrappage: The News Letter

Catholics make up third of North's police service: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Policing matters: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Police in dissident checkpoint warning: The News Letter

Dissident 'guns' dug up in Belfast: UTV Internet

'Mob rule signage must be removed': The News Letter

Threat from young NI militants uniting with veterans: BBC
Liz MacKean

PSNI accused of attack cover-up: Newry Democrat
Martin Hearty

Pipe-bomb chaos for residents and drivers: Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

Teenager on Rathcoole riot charge: BBC

UVF 'needs help to get out of swamp': The News Letter

300 extra police needed for Lundy's Day: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Painful memories of Poppy Day massacre: The News Letter

Decision due on Finucane inquiry: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

"Meaningful, groundbreaking" ex-prisoner seminar: Donegal Democrat

Memories all we have left – widow: The News Letter

Bloodied but unbowed – Professor who survived IRA bombing AND 7/7 blast reveals how he defied terrorists a second time: Daily Mail

All name change bids set to fail: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

Protecting identities can help achieve school reform: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Moffat

Call for a minute's silence in Seanad sparks noisy row: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

SDLP leader to wear historic poppy: UTV Internet

Poppy season: The Spectator

Adams ready to take on Ahern for Dail seat: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

'FG votes won't transfer to SF' – Tánaiste: Donegal Democrat

Northern Ireland won't get special treatment in the benefits 'big bang': Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Thursday, November 11

Dissident tag gives 'status to terror groups': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Spin doctors bid to rebrand dissidents as 'Residual Terrorist Group': Belfast Telegraph

Police probe 'illegal checkpoint' in County Down: BBC

Eight arrested in dissident probe: The News Letter

Man faces dissident ammunition charge: BBC

Fourth arrest over city pipe bombs: UTV Internet

St James' home targeted on Village list: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

End to UVF 'a matter of time' – Ervine: UTV Internet

Net closing in on terrorists who were 'untouchables': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Anti-sectarian plan 'doomed to fail' as support evaporates: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Files reviewed: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Community relations 'key to agenda' (Nov 1): Belfast Telegraph

Deselected MLA George Savage won't run for re-election: Belfast Telegraph

Peter's remains discovered on beach: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

£20m fund payments 'should be tax free': The News Letter

DUP councillor defends McGurk's comments: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

IRA murder bid ruling reserved: UTV Internet

Two into one will go – it's the way to better schools (Nov 9): Belfast Telegraph
Noreen Campbell

New legal challenge over BBC poppies: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

SDLP's mature attitude towards poppy: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

NI 'unable to afford' cut to corporate tax: The Irish Times

Business leaders call over 10% tax: Belfast Telegraph

Spending on NIO no longer justified: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Votes essential for Diaspora: Irish Post

Wednesday, November 10

Prince of Wales paves the way for the Queen to make historic state visit to Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

Ireland and UK must escape prison of history, says prince: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Policing costs top £3.6m during marching season: Belfast Telegraph

Twelfth riots result in £75k police sick leave: The News Letter

UVF should stand down, says Spence: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Vigil at Free Derry Corner for republican prisoners: Derry Journal

Lord Carlile move 'won't affect Kieran Doherty probe': BBC

Time to end IRA's code of omerta: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Sinn Féin TD Morgan will not contest next election: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

"It's just the right time to go" says Louth Sinn Féin TD Arthur Morgan: Dundalk Democrat
James Rogers

Altan's Mairead sings the praises of her Sinn Fein neighbour: Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

Savage deselected at party meeting: The News Letter

Bravely is rightly recognised: The News Letter
Editorial

Bishop Daly and Mayor receive new 'Sunday' coins: Derry Journal

Ireland slowly locates its 'disappeared': NineMSN.com
Conor O'Clery

How much did PSNI Claudy challenge cost?: Derry Journal

Real governance is about competence and community: Belfast Telegraph
Paula Bradshaw

Corporation tax rate to be examined: UTV Internet

Anger over green postboxes: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson and McGuinness meet new muppet: Belfast Telegraph

Work together for Irish unity – Durkan: Derry Journal

A nation once again?: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Celtic boss Neil Lennon backs bid to ban poppy protest fans but admits it's a 'sensitive issue': Daily Mail

Church of England is 'like a coffee chain going out of business', defecting bishops warn (Nov 8): Daily Telegraph
Tim Ross

Tuesday, November 9

SF to continue language campaign: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident terror group 'behind Belfast grenade attack on policemen': Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Dissidents 'may have grenade cache': Belfast Telegraph

Man detained over dissident activity: UTV Internet

Nationalists hold the key to curtailing dissidents' threat: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Concern over frontline policing numbers: BBC

Lost by the police – guns, ammunition and vital evidence: Belfast Telegraph

MPs are encouraged on policing: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

£20m gratuity scheme for Police Reserve: UTV Internet

Loyalist paramilitary threats 'linked to suicides': BBC
Tara Mills

Stormont diary – IMC colleagues 'a wise group' says CIA man: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

United Ireland my top priority – Ritchie: The News Letter

Margaret Ritchie makes her mark with a strident attack on Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hume documentary – 'A simple thank you from the people' (Nov 8): The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

UUP Upper Bann MLA George Savage deselected: BBC

Man denies part in 1981 murder bid: UTV Internet

Storm over Sinn Fein's flag attempt: Portadown Times

Celtic poppy banner angers DUP MP Gregory Campbell: BBC

Sorry Celtic plan to ban poppy rebels after banner protest: Irish Independent
Ewing Grahame

Wear your poppy with pride: The News Letter
Editorial

Stormont diary – DUP man watches GAA on television: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

DUP rejects O'Loan concern on PMS deal: The News Letter

DUP 'weakening double-jobbing laws': Belfast Telegraph

Peter Robinson has a message for his Assembly colleagues... it is time to share the pain: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Passing of time will continue to dilute Irish republicanism: The Irish Times
Brian O'Connell

Nephew of republican held in €200k drugs seizure: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Five Anglican bishops quit Church of England for Rome: Daily Telegraph
Tim Ross

Monday, November 8

Real IRA says it killed five people in past 13 months: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Parties should face down 'violent republicanism': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Opposition needed at Stormont, says UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Proper focus on building a shared future needed: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SDLP chief rules out a merger of her party with Fianna Fáil (Nov 7): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Delegates look to future after 40 years doing the 'right thing': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Party's pride and future on the line as Assembly elections loom: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

PSNI targets families of dead IRA men in raids: Sunday Tribune (Nov 7)
Suzanne Breen

£12,000 to assess police board boss: Belfast Telegraph

Union flags burnt on bonfire: Newry Democrat
Claire Treanor

Catney chosen to carry SDLP banner in assembly election: Ulster Star
Julieann Spence

McCoy won't be spooked into revelations (Nov 7): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

SF leaders 'helped cover up hunger strike offer' (Nov 7): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

War dead to be honoured (Nov 6): The News Letter

Shame on republican protest yobs (Nov 4): Evening Herald
Editorial

Gardai probe peace project funds (Nov 5): Belfast Telegraph

Little chance of Stormont Tea Party (Nov 7): BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Veterans' anger as Celtic fans stage half-time protest against poppies: The Herald
Graeme Murray

Remembrance Day – No one should be given a white feather for not wearing a poppy (Nov 5): Guardian.co.uk
Michael White

Are British making same mistakes with Muslims they made with Irish?: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Siobhan Breatnach

Sunday, November 7

SDLP will not merge with southern parties, says Ritchie: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents 'direct legacy' of SF 'failed war': UTV Internet

Bomb attack 'could have killed children': Belfast Telegraph

Dissident republicans to target finance workers: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Public must know what is going on: The News Letter
Editorial

PSNI frontline 'must be protected' – Ford: UTV Internet

Murdered prison officers remembered: The News Letter

DUP 'blocking double-jobbing law' says MLA Dawn Purvis: BBC

Unionist anger over flag ban bid: The News Letter

Alliance 'open door' if Parsley wants to re-join: The News Letter

'Exodus' to be explored: Londonderry Sentinel

Mum of murdered teen Thomas Devlin named Northern Ireland Woman of the Year (Nov 4): Belfast Telegraph

Outrage over Poppy Day attack photo: Independent.ie

Poppy appeal's original aims being subverted, veterans complain (Nov 5): Guardian.co.uk
Stephen Bates

Donegal voters urged to speak for Ireland: RTE

Sinn Fein's uphill fight to take seat despite court win: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Cruel irony of being judged by our unspeakable actions (Nov 6): The Herald
Ian Bell

Saturday, November 6

Parties 'failing' people in North, says SDLP: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SDLP must show vision to convince voters: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

SDLP meet again after shock Quigley move: Derry Journal

There will be more defectors – Paula Bradshaw: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

North's progress: The Irish Times
Editorial

Officers hurt in blast bomb attack: Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

Castledawson security alert ends: UTV Internet

RAAD linked to city armed robbery: Derry Journal

Policing body is a mystery to many: The News Letter

Ex-paras at Bloody Sunday debate: Derry Journal

New 'Murph inquests urged: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Survivor 'disappointed by PM's vague letter' (Nov 4): The News Letter

Shooting victim admits being a drug dealer: Derry Journal

Verdict due over Newry mortar attack: UTV Internet

Lords stunned by Tory peer's IRA funding claim: The Independent
Andy McSmith

Conservative peer Lord James of Blackheath – I'm a money washer, not a money launderer: Belfast Telegraph

Lady GaGa waves Irish flag at Belfast concert: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Brendan Patrick Keane

Why they've got all shirty over Gaga's flag-flying: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Lobbyist supports educational accommodation between religions: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Divisions could delay economic recovery, says SDLP's McGlone: Belfast Telegraph

Elizabeth stays schtum after TD's 'God save us, Queen': Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers

£300k EU payout 'glorifies murder': The News Letter

Complaints on policing of protest to be reviewed: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

I won't surrender to 'poppy fascism' says Channel 4 News host Jon Snow (Nov 3): Daily Mail
Paul Revoir

Friday, November 5

'Help us change St Andrews': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Large rise in Northern Ireland bombings, report finds: CNN

Independent Monitoring Commission watchdog put to sleep: BBC
Mark Simpson

UVF leaders may not be in control, warns IMC: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

UVF members 'may be buying guns': Belfast Telegraph

RIRA 'most active and dangerous': UTV Internet

£100,000 'found in dissident republican house' says IMC: BBC
Mark Simpson

Farewell IMC: BBC
Mark Devenport

Concern over interview with terrorist group: The News Letter

ONH – tactically astute, but doomed to failure: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Republican militants are blamed as students' peaceful protest turns bloody: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Fermanagh men on IRA charge in Dublin: Impartial Reporter

Baggott defends Newtownabbey riot response: UTV Internet

Chief constable defends PSNI Board: Belfast Telegraph

SF 'set to appoint hardline councillors': The News Letter

Robinson 'winning her depression fight': Evening Herald
Steven McCaffery

Paula Bradshaw to join Alliance Part: BBC

Durkan aide Callaghan to take his Foyle assembly seat: BBC

Ending inquiries could risk peace, MPs are warned: Belfast Telegraph

Pressure grows for new probe on Claudy atrocity: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Police tight-lipped over Claudy suspect: The News Letter

Claudy victim puts further questions to Ombudsman: Londonderry Sentinel

Bomb victim willing to meet McGuinness: The News Letter

Judge halts 'unfair' kidnap trial: BBC

Alleged IRA man 'confessed to attempted murder': UTV Internet

Must lay ghosts to rest: The News Letter
Brian Ervine

Conservative peer Lord James of Blackheath – I helped launder more than £1bn for the IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Gary Fennelly

The Irish are back in London: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

BBC asks Queen if she would like to take over Ireland: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

Manual on Queen's role may lead to first written constitution: Daily Mail
Jason Groves

Tartan Terrorist Adam Busby handcuffed in court: Scottish Daily Record
Jack Mathieson

Thursday, November 4

Monitor to warn of dissident threat: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dissidents – interview with terror splinter group: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Belfast International pipebomb 'targeted civilians': BBC

An acceptable level of violence?: The News Letter
N R Greer

Dissidents pose a serious threat: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Alliance Party 'were council kingmakers': The News Letter

Policing Board 'lacks direction' and long term vision: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Policing board meets over report: Belfast Telegraph

Saulters is praised over Orange unity: The News Letter

Irish government man 'shocked' as he tours 'Murph Massacre site: Belfast Media

Unionists complain about focus on Bloody Sunday: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

'No more Saville-style inquiries' – Paterson: UTV Internet

Bloody Sunday accounts questioned: Belfast Telegraph

Cost of Saville inquiry defended: IrishTimes.com

Brother queries collusion in killing: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Remains found at search site in Antrim: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Iris Robinson 'improves day by day': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein MLA Billy Leonard steps aside to write book: BBC

Human rights chief stepping down: Belfast Telegraph

Time to get off the platform and agitate for real change: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Sinn Fein wins Donegal by-election High Court ruling: BBC

Court declares byelection delay unconstitutional: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Is it anti-Catholic to celebrate Guy Fawkes' Night? (Nov 1): Telegraph.co.uk
Guy Walters

Wednesday, November 3

Militant republicans 'not yet satisfied' – general: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

IRA T-shirts 'justifying dissidents': The News Letter

Baggott investigating airport device claims: UTV Internet

Pipe bomb found during security alert in north Belfast: BBC

Pipe bomb found four weeks after PSNI search: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Family of six escape west Belfast pipe bomb blast: BBC

West Belfast bomb attacks 'senseless': UTV Internet

Four-year-old traumatised by bomb blast in west Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Petrol bomb victims caught up in organised riots: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Unionists hit out over 'sectarian' hall attacks: The News Letter

Assembly debates first justice bill in 40 years: BBC

OFMDFM report 'is fatally flawed': The News Letter

"Hugely disappointing" and "fatally flawed": BBC
William Crawley

Our schools need a lesson in sharing the classroom: Belfast Telegraph
Denis Rooney

Opening door to sectarianism?: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

SDLP denies row as councillor quits: UTV Internet

Race to replace Robert Saulters as Orange Order's grand master is 'wide open': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Deputy tipped for new Orange Grand Master: UTV Internet

NUI honours Patten for North peace role: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Move to tackle poor policing – Anderson: Derry Journal

Protestant soccer fans targeted by new laws, claims McNarry: Belfast Telegraph

'Unlucky 13' for UVF: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Claudy bomb suspect held by FBI: UTV Internet

'I'll take Claudy arrest to my grave' – Brolly: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Former IRA man had denied informer claims: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Bloody Sunday relatives to attend Saville debate: BBC

Body found in 'Disappeared' search for Peter Wilson: BBC

'Disappeared' by the IRA, found at the beach his family treasured: The Independent
David McKittrick

Silent tribute for Disappeared: Belfast Telegraph

Flying the flag: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP sets out plan for savings but economist labels it 'timid': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Moving the money around: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Why Cameron's plan could send Planet Ulster into orbit: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Tuesday, November 2

Bomb 'in airport car park for year': Belfast Telegraph

Airport device speculation 'unhelpful': UTV Internet

Terror that must be faced down: The News Letter
Editorial

Adviser visits scene of Real IRA murder: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Robert Saulters steps down as head of Orange Order: BBC

Loyalists blamed for bomb blast attack on west Belfast house: Belfast Telegraph

Second pipe bomb defused after west Belfast bomb blast: BBC

Retaining link has 'finished off' PUP: The News Letter
Alex Kane

UUP leader adds to the criticism of anti-hate strategy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Alliance joins call to overhaul 'shared future' blueprint: Belfast Telegraph
Raymond Kilpatrick

IRA left huge financial burden: The News Letter
Martin Smyth

Retired garda questioned about MI6 whistleblower: The Irish Times

An end to abstentionism?: BBC
Mark Devenport

McCausland steps down as city councillor: UTV Internet

£10k award for peace group (Oct 14): Belfast Telegraph

Black Watch returns to Belfast: The Independent
David McKittrick

Blazing row over Lady Gaga's Irish flag stunt: Belfast Telegraph
Raymond Kilpatrick

Councillor quizzed over Harney paint incident: RTE

Disillusioned Sinn Fein rising star joined far left group Eirigi: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

We have one year to measure up to UN review of human rights: The Irish Times
Éamonn Mac Aodha

Monday, November 1

Plans for tackling North's divisions sharply criticised: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Kennedy admits to 'double-jobbing': The News Letter

Explosive device found in airport car: UTV Internet

Police and politicians condemn Armagh and Antrim bomb finds: IrishExaminer.com

Bomb find leads to 'vigilance' calls: The News Letter

Dissidents burn Union flags on bonfire: The News Letter

Clergy meet to discuss disturbances (Oct 29): The News Letter

Assassin ordered to use machine gun in £75k hit on feared Loyalist mob boss Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair (Oct 31): Scottish Sunday Mail
Steve Smith

Bradley, O'Rawe frozen out for breaking ranks (Oct 31): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Orange calendar has faith focus (Oct 27): The News Letter

We must halt our moral as well as financial decay (Oct 30): Irish Independent
James Downey

NI parties unite in sympathy for Martin's daughter: The Irish Times
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