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Tuesday, November 15

Decrease in number of dissident republican attacks – Ford: BBC

Terrorist activity higher in rural areas: UTV

PSNI track record more important than ard fheis: Belfast Media

David Ford criticised over possible changes to NI Prison Service emblems : BBC

Row over prison badge plans: UTV

Robinson hails value of shared education: The News Letter

NI Tories now dead in the water: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Time to join my Republican Party: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

No arrests after dissident website probe: The News Letter

Derry Memorial Hall paint bombers 'intolerant': BBC

Hall attack 'motivated by Remembrance Day': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Respectful commemorations of events afford freedom to go forward together: The Irish Times
Norman Hamilton

McDonnell out of step: Belfast Telegraph

Massereene murders trial – 'Getaway car had key evidence': BBC

Massereene – 'Determined attack' on soldiers lasted less than a minute: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

Fianna Fail's Eamon O Cuiv calls for Gerry McGeough release: BBC

Ex-Provo in bid to quash conviction: Belfast Telegraph

Attorney general orders new inquests into Ballymurphy deaths: BBC

Language law experts will join Irish campaigners at major Stormont event: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Ian Paisley retires from ministry:
Henry McDonald

Bank to challenge bankruptcy proceedings in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Human rights still under threat, warns Liberty chief (Nov 14): The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Bill of Rights can help us build the society that we all want (Nov 11): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

UK Bill of Rights plans rejected by human rights body: The Herald
Brian Currie

Listen to Northern Ireland's advice on a UK bill of rights (Nov 9):
Colin Harvey

Closure highlights anomaly of Vatican's dual claim: Irish Examiner
TP O'Mahony

Ferguson 'never planned to switch to Republic': Belfast Telegraph

Powar – Scotland ignored chanting: The Herald
Martin McMillan

Celtic get date for Uefa chants hearing: BBC

Outrage over Davidson aide's sectarian tweet: The Herald

Monday, November 14

Northern Ireland says yes to Bill of Rights, claims poll: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Disabled victims of Troubles 'would feel benefits' from Bill of Rights: Belfast Telegraph

'Not for me to judge IRA killers' – widow: The News Letter

Unionist MLA criticises absence of Sinn Féin mayor at Belfast ceremony: The Irish Times
Scott Jamison

IRA bombing relatives join service: Belfast Telegraph

Higgins lays first wreath as President in lasting remembrance: Irish Independent

President Higgins makes first NI visit: UTV

Irish president hits right note on first visit: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Higgins's grand ambitions hindered from the start: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

The forgotten 1.5 million voters in race for Aras: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Martin claims FF is 'true republican party': Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Orange Order applies for another parade: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Residents evacuted in Lisburn alert: UTV

The Massereene trial – a return to the 'old Northern Ireland' (Nov 13): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Ex-special branch man tells of 'unfriendly stare': The News Letter

Tribunal told of IRA man's boast: The News Letter

Plan to build a new A5 still on: Sammy Wilson: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Ian Paisley to retire as church minister: UTV

Majority backed Kenny's Cloyne speech: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Come to Dublin! Despite riot in 1995, England are asked to play Ireland friendly: Daily Mail
Colin Young

Celtic must satisfy Uefa on sectarian songs charge: The Scotsman

Grahame backed in sectarian remarks furore (Nov 12): The Herald
Lucy Adams

Independence poll 'damaging investment in Scotland': Independent on Sunday
Diana Pilkington

Time to tell the truth about separating Scotland: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

Women to break the 'stained glass ceiling' after church vote: Irish Independent
Avril Ormsby

Sunday, November 13

Ex-IRA bomber's royal pardon is 'lost' by British government: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Under-pressure Kenny pledges €50m for road to North: Sunday Independent
Patsy McArdle & Don Lavery

Alarm over SF snub of top UK seafood agency (Nov 11): The News Letter

Something for everyone, but democracy does not benefit: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

A unifying figure who kept the Aras door open: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Poppy marks the sacrifices made by Irish of all creeds: Sunday Independent
Colum Kenny

Orangemen at No 10 over Catholic ban: Belfast Telegraph

DEL Minister believes in using 'Derry' title in city: Londonderry Sentinel

Iris Robinson wins damages from paper: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Terror groups' toll of the protectors of our State (Oct 9): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Diplomacy is not just about economics (Nov 12): The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Changes abroad will now reinvent diplomacy here: Sunday Independent
Eamon Delaney

DUP calls for MPs to debate the death penalty (Nov 11): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

IRA songs land Celtic in trouble: Sunday Independent
Gavin McCafferty

Europe must form a fully federal union or it will fall apart completely: Sunday Independent
Declan Ganley

Referendum ball up in the air between law and politics (Nov 12): The Scotsman

Why historic anniversaries will influence Scottish independence (Nov 8): Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Grahame urged to stand down during 'sectarian' investigation (Nov 11): The Herald
Lucy Adams

Philip Hammond – I shook hands with Sinn Fein, we must talk to the Taliban too: Sunday Telegraph
Sean Rayment

Saturday, November 12

Success of South Belfast candidates 'testament to strength in constituency': Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

High time we put an end to this Assembly mob rule: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Allister

'Gobbledegook' and language of division in council: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Ford remembers murdered Prison Service staff: UTV

Poppy Row – John O'Dowd, Northern Ireland Education Minister, Attacks Media Over School Poppy Ban Coverage:

Unthinkable? Voluntary poppies:

Real IRA supporters blamed for Derry vandalism:
Henry McDonald

Security alert in Londonderry: UTV

Massereene gun used in Strand Road attack: Derry Journal

Republic lost its way, laments new Irish President: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton and Ed Carty

Monarch congratulates new president: Belfast Telegraph

Irish government commits reduced funding of £42m to A5: BBC

A5 plans on track, says Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

United Ireland dream shunted onto lay-by as A5 plan parked: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

City Council bid to jail Priory Hall developer over breach of orders: Irish Independent
Aoife Finneran

Irish property tycoon Sean Quinn declares bankruptcy in UK:
Henry McDonald

Crass economic view of Vatican link a sure way to burn bridges: The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Vatican embassy closure: Irish Examiner

World War fighters finally get recognition: Irish Independent
Louise Hogan

All sacrifices of people 100 years ago must be honoured (Nov 11): The Irish Times
John Bruton

Deepening crisis calls for further integration in Europe: The Irish Times
Thomas Klau

Republic of Ireland must prepare for demise of single currency: Belfast Telegraph
Thomas Molloy

Barroso – 'If you are in the EU you should join the Euro': Daily Express
Macer Hall

An independent Scotland won't be forced to join eurozone: The Scotsman
Drew Scott

For Peace in Kashmir, Look to Dublin:
Syed Yahya Hussainy

'I think Ireland will be perceived as an honest broker, it has a very positive image' (Nov 11): The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Friday, November 11

Martin McGuinness – I'm glad that I ran for president: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

McGuinness back after election bid: UTV

Conservatives want UUP to disband and form new Tory-led party: BBC

Party merger 'unacceptable' says Elliott: Impartial Reporter
Sarah Saunderson

Letter signals end of troubled relationship: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP leader signals 'new era': Derry Journal

Patsy has no regrets over leadership challenge: Mid Ulster Mail
Louise Convery

Can doctor breathe new life into ailing body of the SDLP?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

SDLP bull smashes his golden moment: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

SDLP caught in the crossfire of Aras fall-out: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

McKinney linked to SDLP Assembly seat: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Permanent power is a barrier to real progress: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Stormont needs dissenting voices to remain relevant: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Michael D Higgins to be inaugurated in Dublin: BBC

Robinson to attend president inauguration: UTV

Mary McAleese's pride at lasting legacy of Northern Ireland peace process: Belfast Telegraph

Change of president – A worthy successor: Irish Examiner

Unholy row brewing as secularisation creeps in: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Now you Holy See him, now you don't...: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Ireland's closure of the Vatican embassy was the correct decision: Irish Voice/

Man held over dissident activity released: UTV

Under 3% of NI police complaints upheld:

16,000 police complaints since 2006: Belfast Telegraph

Supergrass to receive physiotherapy: UTV

Finucane lawyer to publish classified reports: RTE

MEP in call for action on FAIR funding: The News Letter

Republican anthem played at city parade: Londonderry Sentinel

Removing banner at Oval 'could have caused a riot': Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Sinn Féin minister Gerry Kelly wins libel award:
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland ministers seek clarity on A5 funding: BBC

Robinson and McGuinness to meet Taoiseach on A5: Derry Journal

Sammy Wilson not worried by potential eurozone break-up: BBC

Be grateful for the choice to wear a poppy or not: The Herald
Alison Rowat

SNP vote on a separate Scotland 'would be unlawful': The Scotsman
David Maddox

Thursday, November 10

SDLP – Choosing the Leader. Again:
Connall Parr

Giving up on government isn't much of a vote-winner: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Feeney

Protesters outside court: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Prison shake-up is long overdue: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents heckle community worker over police invite: BBC

MLAs outraged as Derry bomb alert causes rush hour gridlock: Belfast Telegraph

Man arrested over dissident activity: UTV

Soldiers comforted comrades shot by Real IRA, court told:
Henry McDonald

Massereene murders trial – Gun used in previous attacks: BBC

Savage killer gets life for slaying hitman in front of his children: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Kennedy demands release of report into FAIR probe: The News Letter

Finucane debate leads to row over IRA claims: The News Letter

Irish Americans meet Paterson in NY: Irish Echo

UDA leader's son gets record pay-out: UTV

My personal thanks to Ireland: The Irish Times
Mary McAleese

Robinson built the bridges but McAleese got people to walk over them: Irish Independent
Diarmaid Ferriter

An exemplary presidency: The Irish Times

N Ireland cross-border road plan scrapped: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

McGuinness accuses State of reneging on road agreement: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Angry reaction to A5 funding postponement: Derry Journal

The road to nowhere – Dublin's financial U-turn scuppers A5: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Poppies 'particularly appropriate' in NI: UTV

City of Derry Airport reverses its ban on emblem: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

School tells of poppy pride: The News Letter

Football poppy row – former Irish FA chief calls for a 'common sense' solution: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Fifa backs down and allow England players to wear poppies on black armband against Spain: Daily Telegraph
Jason Burt

Poppy folly: Daily Telegraph

Building personal bridges: Drogheda Independent
Hubert Murphy

Anti-independence stance all Greek to me: The Scotsman
Margo MacDonald

Wednesday, November 9

SDLP trust in Baggott more than Brady – poll: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Ford offers to quit Justice Ministry in order to save post: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Six months of justice left for Northern Ireland: BBC
Mark Devenport

Martin McGuinness back in his old routine as Deputy First Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Funding stopped to Willie Frazer's victims' group Fair: BBC
Kevin Magee

There's a few dead all right – Chilling phone message played to army base murder trial: Daily Mirror
Laurie Hanna

Soldier tells court how he survived Real IRA attack:
Henry McDonald

Massereene killer showed no remorse: UTV

Jail attack on Real IRA bomber (Nov 6): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

No agents in IRA gang, witness tells tribunal: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Smithwick Tribunal – witness names Sean Hughes as ambush leader: BBC

IRA unit 'responsible for up to 80 murders': The News Letter

City of Derry Airport backs down over 'unacceptable' poppy: BBC

Dundonald High School pupils 'not told to take off poppies': BBC

FIFA boot out FA's friendly plea for poppies: Daily Express
Matt Law

Now Germans back us to wear poppies as Cameron blasts 'absurd' FIFA: Daily Mail
John Edwards and Charles Sale

Who, What, Why – Which countries wear poppies?: BBC

We must seize our chance in spotlight: Belfast Telegraph

Congress inks Patrick's Day in green: The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe

Olympic torch Dublin trip plan under fire: The News Letter

McAleese 14-year presidency defined through generosity of spirit and crowned by royal visit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

To Be Honest – An unheard voice in education (Nov 8): The Irish Times

It would be wrong to use plastic bullets for the first time in Britain: Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

The Union is too far gone to be saved by Cameron or Miliband: Daily Telegraph
Benedict Brogan

1707 revisited: The Herald
Tom Shields

Tuesday, November 8

We'll back our new leader 'to the hilt': Derry Journal

I wasn't right on cue, admits new SDLP party leader Alasdair McDonnell: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

New SDLP leader must ponder ins and outs of power-sharing:
Henry McDonald

SDLP grandees divided over leader choice: Belfast Telegraph

New SDLP leader blinded by the light: BBC
Mark Devenport

Opposition is a vital role for some other political party: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

'Sinn Fein had a huge impact on nationalist acceptance of police': Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Real IRA killers made sure troops were dead, court told: The Independent
David McKittrick

Cool as f*** – Chilling words of Real IRA killers who gunned down British soldiers during 65-round pizza ambush: Daily Mail
Stephen Wright

CCTV footage at Massereene trial: UTV

Soldiers were unarmed when shot, court hears: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dundonald High School pupils 'told to remove poppies': BBC

Minister's claims on Finucane case spark fury among nationalist politicians in Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

MLAs clash in Assembly during Finucane inquiry debate: BBC

Spectre of gun law that looms over solicitors: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Supergrass trial witness 'not lying': UTV

Owen Paterson under fire for rebuffing talks on past: Belfast Telegraph

Barra McGrory QC becomes new director of PPS: BBC

McGrory 'delighted' at landing top legal post: The News Letter

Thanks a million Lady Gaga. You hit the right note at MTV EMA: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Higgins has a lot on plate with centenaries: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

New Irish President set to make first official engagement in Derry: Derry Journal

New throne law is a royal mess: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

BNP chief reveals he made complaint to Garda: The Irish Times
Elaine Edwards

'Blackmail case led to no-show by BNP leader's daughter' (Nov 3): Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Olympic torch's Dublin route set out but IOC is still a hurdle: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Rights lobby feeds off foreign critics (Oct 16): Sunday Independent
Eamon Delaney

Monday, November 7

My SDLP leadership a new era for politics – Alasdair McDonnell: BBC

New SDLP chief wants collective government: The News Letter

McDonnell flags intention to make party battle-ready: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SDLP leader Alasdair McDonnell gives himself 100 days to revive party: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Newly elected leader reveals stark choice facing party – 'survive or die': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McDonnell braced for fight of his life: Belfast Telegraph

Have parties spirit for opposition?: The News Letter
Alex Kane

What can be taken from SF bid from presidency?: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Higgins's victory was kick to the Shins (Nov 6): Sunday Independent
Ronan Fanning

New Irish president to visit Derry: Belfast Telegraph

Pair go on trial over murder of British soldiers at Northern Ireland barracks:
Henry McDonald

Jail protest costs taxpayer £500k: Belfast Telegraph

Kingsmill families demand justice from Stormont (Nov 6): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Penny – Building a legacy for son Thomas Devlin (Nov 2): Belfast Telegraph

Award for Interface Forum (Nov 3): Derry Journal

Twenty-one incidents of sectarianism and racism: Donegal Democrat

We'll surely live to regret diplomatic Vatican snub: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

A national cathedral?: The Irish Times

Telling the whole truth: Belfast Media

Rangers player on sectarian charge: The Herald
Jody Harrison

Sunday, November 6

South Belfast MP Alasdair McDonnell to lead SDLP:
Henry McDonald

Alasdair McDonnell elected new SDLP leader: BBC

McDonnell faces immediate questions and longer term dilemmas: BBC
Mark Devenport

Tough Aras race, Martin? Wait until you see your to-do list (Nov 4): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McGuinness's Aras gamble reveals Provo gameplan: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Opponents just resort to sniping and sneering when starved of fresh ideas: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

From now on, it's back to the (shared) future (Nov 2): Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Dissidents to hold 'tent city' protest at top prison: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Massereene murder trial to begin amidst massive security operation: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Calls to remove flags (Nov 1): Derry Journal

McKavanagh family's 'closure' over 21-year-old Billy's death: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Forgotten tunnels in Camlough and big electricity bills (Nov 3): BBC
Mike McKimm

'Hume-Adams' is not the elixir of political life (Oct 16): Sunday Independent
John Paul McCarthy

Northern Ireland – Giant steps forward: Sunday Telegraph
David Atkinson

Kick Celtic and Rangers out of the SPL: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Do those who flaunt the poppy on their lapels know that they mock the war dead? (Nov 5): The Independent
Robert Fisk

Davidson kills off Tories' revolution (Nov 5): The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Saturday, November 5

Sinn Fein lukewarm on inviting police boss to ard fheis: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

PSNI 'a success' decade on – Orde: UTV

Baggott – Release us from the shackles of red tape: The News Letter

Policing, Patten and ten years of the PSNI: BBC

Changes in policing have been a force for progress: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rea

SDLP to elect successor to Margaret Ritchie: RTE

Candidates agree new SDLP leader needs to be 'vote transfer friendly': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SDLP – Stuck in the middle, but with whom?: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

SDLP set to vote for new leader: BBC
Martina Purdy

Stormont's malaise an embarrassment (Oct 19): Belfast Telegraph

Derry's new police chief to target RAAD: Derry Journal

Dissident republican suspects arrested in west Belfast released: BBC

War of words over bilingual street signs: Belfast Telegraph

Stage-managed Sinn Fein walk-outs won't cost Enda Kenny any sleep (Nov 3): Irish Independent
Johnny Fallon

How Dublin could help Derry win World Heritage status: Belfast Telegraph

SF mayor praises MTV awards: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

World is watching, let's all be proud: Belfast Telegraph

Mountbatten – a vile psycho killed by thugs (Nov 4): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Historic day for new joint Irish police team: Belfast Telegraph
Niall Crozier

Northern firm wins lucrative contract to dress Army: Irish Independent
Dan Lavery

Vatican embassy closure 'nothing to do with Cloyne': Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Hard to analyse Vatican activity without an embassy: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Forgoing Vatican influence a mistake: Irish Examiner

Vacating the Vatican: The Irish Times

Archbishop of Canterbury – 'Why Royal family must stay Anglican': Daily Telegraph
Tim Walker

New rules for the succession are a right royal mistake: Financial Times
Christopher Caldwell

Gaelic 'should be main language' of Western Isles (Oct 18): BBC

Friday, November 4

Public behind my bid to bar killers, says Allister: The News Letter

Struggling SDLP can't afford to be camera-shy: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sorry Martin, but you just don't have the X Factor!: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

PSNI 'a success' decade on – Orde: UTV

Policing change 'is unprecedented': Belfast Telegraph

Matt Baggot says he would address Sinn Fein conference: BBC

McGuinness taken to task over criticism of policing: The News Letter

Police boss regret over bomb stance: Belfast Telegraph

Killings of RUC officers wrong – Baggott: The News Letter

Baggott has taken brave step forward: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI interview with lawyer Peter Corrigan cancelled: BBC

Poppy-burning image leads to Northern Ireland arrests:
Henry McDonald

Seeing red over the politicisation of our poppies: Staffordshire Sentinel

Youths targeted in paramilitary attacks: UTV

Two men arrested in west Belfast in dissident republican probe: BBC

New tribute to Remembrance Day bomb has personal resonance for victim's son: Impartial Reporter
Sarah Saunderson

Orange group 'giving Protestants a voice on campus' (Nov 2): The News Letter

Bridge-building President engineered many successes across island during successful tenancy in Áras: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Why are the MTV Awards in Belfast?: BBC

Gerry Adams' brother Liam appears in court charged with rape of daughter: Daily Mail
Martin Robinson

Catholic schools body at centre of police probe (Nov 2): Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Ireland Will Close Embassy to Vatican: New York Times
Douglas Dalby

Closure of Vatican Embassy due to cost, says Gilmore: The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald & Deaglán de Bréadún

Brady 'disappointed' by embassy closure: UTV

Embassy closure has huge significance: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

Church must act now to restore its tarnished image with faithful: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Historic special relationship now changed irrevocably: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Opposition fails in bid to derail anti-sectarian Bill: The Herald
Brian Currie

Parties urge SNP to 'think again' over bigotry bill: BBC

Thursday, November 3

Peter Robinson – North-South relations are best ever: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

N Ireland steps up push for tax powers: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Robinson stresses need to get 10% corporate tax for North: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

MP calls on McGuinness to tell the 'truth': The News Letter

Talks on Northern Ireland's past bid stalled: Belfast Telegraph

Massereene lawyer's 'arrest' row: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

'Rules on special advisers won't bar killers': The News Letter

A dark horse becomes the front runner in race to lead the SDLP: Belfast Telegraph

UUP man 'to lay down challenges' at SF event: The News Letter

Loyalism needs some leadership from its leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'I hope you go boom like Kerr', man allegedly told police: Impartial Reporter
Chris Donegan

Blogger threatened with legal action for tweeting pic: Belfast Media

DPP chair welcomes Derry's new top cop: Derry Journal

Arrest in west Belfast dissident probe: UTV

Unemployment 'plays into dissidents' hands': Belfast Telegraph

Sectarian abuse of council workers in Lagmore 'vile': BBC

Poppy burning stunt on Facebook leads to arrests: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Police clear FAIR but funding still withheld: The News Letter

Time running out in Disappeared search: UTV

Liam Adams extradited to NI: UTV

Liam Adams due to appear in Belfast court: RTE

Facebook page is not for slagging me off, says Poots: The News Letter

British police pip Irish but co-operation is real winner: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Met police band together for greening of the guard: Irish Independent
Graham Clifford

Parties to criticise sectarianism Bill: The Herald
Brian Currie

Scots opposition parties 'cannot back' anti-bigots bill: BBC

Independence still a distant dream (Nov 2): The Scotsman
John McTernan

Wednesday, November 2

Final pitch for leadership ahead of SDLP conference: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Welcome home for McGuinness: Derry Journal

Defeat for McGuinness is a hard lesson for Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Police Ombudsman is on a hiding to nothing: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Police to probe Twelfth parade breaches: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Parade protest charges dismissed: Belfast Telegraph

24 PSNI officers quit rather than face punishment: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Ardoyne visitors go for final Áras visit: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

The magic of Mary: Irish Independent
Seamus Heaney

Irish language event goes out with a bang (Oct 12): Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

"Secret justice" and "Justice delayed" in the dock:
Chris Moore

New papers reveal early 'Sunday' campaigning (Oct 12): Derry Journal

November 2nd, 1973: The Irish Times
Joe Joyce

Protecting block grant won't help drive economy forward: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Collins

Lessons must be learned from the mistakes of May (Oct 21): Belfast Telegraph
Seamus Magee

Dublin to have paid £22m by March: Londonderry Sentinel

BNP chief's daughter fails to attend Belfast tribunal amid blackmail claims:
Henry McDonald

Novel about betraying republican wins award: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Alex Salmond has yet to make a convincing case (Oct 30): Scotland on Sunday
John Curtice

Tuesday, November 1

E-petition aims to end SF allowances: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness returns as deputy first minister: BBC

Robinson leads local welcome for new president: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness faces life without the presidency: BBC
Martina Purdy

Face it, Martin the border is going nowhere: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

RTE News downplays SF debacle – are we surprised? (Oct 30): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Return of core Fianna Fáil vote surprising political success story: The Irish Times
Odran Flynn

UUP councillor Ronnie Ferguson will act as independent: BBC

Dissidents can't be allowed to derail us: Derry Journal

'Terrorists' may be behind firearms thefts: Impartial Reporter
Chris Donegan

Strip-search brutality in Northern Ireland: Socialist Worker
Sandy Boyer

Ford cannot falter on prison reform (Oct 25): Belfast Telegraph

Ardoyne Twelfth protest 'breached ruling': UTV

MOD apologises 40 years after fatal shooting of Billy McKavanagh: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Queen's University to charge UK students £9k a year (Oct 29): Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Unionists in row over tuition fees: The News Letter

Coláiste battle did not need to happen: Belfast Media

Hamilton tells GAA to help de-politicise Irish: The News Letter

Minister must demand better return on Irish language spend (Oct 10): The Irish Times
Eoin Ó Murchú

'I'm only loyal to a Protestant': The News Letter

Prince Charles, the ticking time-bomb for the monarchy
Tom Chivers

Knowledge sector jobs could be game changer for North: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Degrees of separation over independence poll findings (Oct 31): The Herald
Brian Currie

Britain could be a model unhappy family (Oct 11):
Owen Jones


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