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Sunday, November 15

Alasdair McDonnell loses SDLP leadership to Colum Eastwood: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Colum Eastwood – Ten-year rise to SDLP leader: BBC

SDLP annual conference – Party 'will not tolerate a vacuum on human rights': Belfast Telegraph

Forget Stormont, job losses are becoming the real crisis (Nov 14): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Republican prisoners complain of living in 'Victorian' conditions: TheJournal.ie
Catherine Healy

Dissident thugs linked to vile nail gun 'crucifixion' attack (Nov 11): Sunday World
Eamon Dillon

Sectarian graffiti is daubed at troubled housing estate (Nov 11): Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Attack on Catholic home blamed on loyalist gang (Nov 12): Irish News
Connla Young

Newly elected senator Mairia Cahill to meet rape victim support groups (Nov 14): Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Senator Mairia Cahill's vow to abuse victims: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

'I cut off oxygen to orchestrated online campaign': Sunday Independent
Mairia Cahill

Senate seat a vindication of Mairia's long campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

A thought-provoking debate (Nov 6): Irish News
Editorial

Good Samaritan bomb inquest 'would not identify IRA killers' (Nov 13): The News Letter

Stakeknife torture victim was 'sacrificial lamb' (Nov 14): Irish News
Allison Morris

Anglo-Irish 'most important NI decision' – Mallon (Nov 11): UTV
Judith Hill

Anglo-Irish Agreement – The real deal that changed the game: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

30 years since Anglo-Irish Agreement (Nov 13): Irish Independent
Sam Griffin

Anglo-Irish Agreement – deal was crushing blow for unionism: The Irish Times
Alex Kane

Anglo-Irish Agreement forged a lasting reshape of the landscape (Nov 14): The Irish Times
Editorial

Ramsay's riveting read shows he has found true Calling (Nov 11): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

SF Speaker bids to defuse row over National Anthem at service: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Some Celtic fans just don't know their history when it comes to the Great War': The Herald
Hugh MacDonald

Michael McGimpsey – 'I don't want to say I told you so but all I predicted has happened' (Nov 9): Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Being Catholic is not why I got Northern Ireland job, says football boss Michael O'Neill (Nov 13): Belfast Telegraph

Gardaí and PSNI should operate along border 'corridor' – Paul – Coghlan (Nov 12): The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Civil servant Richard Pengelly criticised over 'vague' answers at Nama inquiry: Belfast Telegraph

How Irish invigorated my life (Nov 10): Irish News
Mary McAleese

Lord Empey questions position on All-Party Parliamentary Groups (Nov 11): Belfast Telegraph

Fundraising for Ronan Kerr put to work in South Sudan: Ulster Herald

Papal nuncio says Catholic ethos must be nurtured in schools (Nov 14): The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

About bloody time gay people were allowed to donate blood in Ireland (Nov 14): Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Ireland must be prepared to deal with terror strike: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Paris, Balcombe Street and unusual US donors: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Diaspora Jews offer a rare chance for hope in the Middle East: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Academic – UK could leave EU despite opposition from Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland (Nov 14): The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Saturday, November 14

Northern talks set to drag into 10th week: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Resolution on the cards as Stormont talks focus on money and national security: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

UK Troubles role information impasse holding up Stormont deal: Belfast Telegraph

Stormont deal held up by stand-off on national security: The News Letter

The path to a political solution in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Victims 'not convinced' that deal will meet their needs: The News Letter

Loyalist leaders told – "Shove your peace process": Irish News

Sinn Féin suffers another councillor defection in Cork as Ger Keohane leaves party: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Alasdair McDonnell warns parties not to take SDLP support for granted over new deal: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

SDLP deputy leader hints at closer ties with UUP: Irish News
John Manley

SDLP annual conference – Mark H Durkan says party can deliver change that Northern Ireland needs: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP should look to Fianna Fail for leadership: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Young pretender – Alex Kane profiles the SDLP's Colum Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

DUP calls for probe after Sinn Féin council wages controversy: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Councillor welcomes Union flag review: Ulster Star

Dissident republican Oglaigh na h'Eireann group claims responsibility: Derry Journal

Dissident bomb found after days of searching: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Ardoyne shooting – Arrest after man shot in Cranbrook Gardens, north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Paramilitary gangs are linked to illegal dumping of waste: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Victim of 'punishment' beating named in court: Derry Journal

MacLochlain inquiry – Lawyers to seek High Court order compelling former armed raider to give evidence: Irish Independent
Clodagh Sheehy

McGlinchey's 'IRA' comments won't be investigated: Coleraine Times
Nichola Neill

Voters fed up with 'DUP-SF junta', says SDLP's Dolores Kelly: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Family of Stakeknife victim speak out for first time: Irish News

Gardai and PSNI to chase criminals across border: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Times have changed and the gangs will now be pursued: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Petition demanding immunity for Bloody Sunday soldiers is signed by more than 20,000 in three days: Belfast Live
David Young

'Nelson files' link British authorities to UDA death squads: Irish Independent
Jim McDowell

Good Samaritan bomb inquest 'could be key to understanding police failures': Belfast Telegraph

Enniskillen bomb families 'told investigation on hold': Fermanagh Herald

New inquest into IRA bomb in which three died will not identify killers, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

National anthem row – Stormont remembrance service 'was to be inclusive': BBC
Mark Devenport

SF's Mitchel McLaughlin took the decision to pull National Anthem: The News Letter

Paramilitary figures 'defile' remembrance events – Enniskillen victim: The News Letter

Acts of remembrance need inclusive approach: Irish News
Editorial

Remembrance services are not designed to suit those who attend them: The News Letter
Editorial

IRA rape claim woman Mairia Cahill voted into Irish senate: Belfast Telegraph

Cahill abused online on a 'demonic basis', says Labour leader: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and John Brennan

James McClean abuse is ' worst case of Poppy fascism,' says former British soldier: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

'Brexit' poses 'significant risk' to North – UK ambassador: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan

John Bruton warns David Cameron on 'badly timed' EU reform backing: Irish Mirror
Ed Carty

No kidding – Paddies will be fine if the Brits leave the EU: Irish Independent
Liam Halligan

Dave King threat to opponents who question Rangers' history: The Scotsman
Alan Pattullo

Friday, November 13

Stormont talks between parties at 'advanced' stage: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Enda Kenny optimistic about Stormont talks outcome: Belfast Telegraph

North South Ministerial Council off amid talks: UTV

Hopes fade of Stormont talks deal happening this week: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

NI parties and two governments still can't get deal over line: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Even after a deal, nothing will change any time soon: Irish News
Alex Kane

Catholics who feel Northern Irish are less likely to back unity than those who feel Irish: The News Letter
John Garry

Unite us, Lord, but not if it costs money (Nov 8): The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

McDonnell and Eastwood compete for SDLP leadership: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Colum Eastwood supporters make claims of bias at BBC: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Pat Hume joins list of Eastwood leadership backers: Irish News
John Manley

SDLP young guns await leadership showdown: BBC
Gareth Gordon

It's Young Turk versus old guard as SDLP searches its soul: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

SDLP must offer free vote on redefinition of marriage: Irish News
Martin O'Brien

Separated regime 'a festering sore' on Maghaberry prison system: Belfast Telegraph

Ardoyne residents complain about PSNI flights: Irish News
Connla Young

Paramilitary-style assault in Derry: UTV

Execution of criminals 'imminent' says new armed group in chilling threat: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Drumsurn security alert – People are moved from homes: BBC

Catholic dad Kevin McDaid crossed sectarian divide and was beaten with bats: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

KKK art typical of republicanism's total contempt for all things Orange: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Judge looks at Bloody Sunday inquiry challenge: UTV

Parachute Regiment Headquarters issue a statement of support for those involved in Bloody Sunday: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Para commander promises support for arrested man: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Bloody Sunday families condemn former soldiers' legal move: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Bloody Sunday – 'No one gave my brother 24 hours notice about what was going to happen': Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Bloody Sunday – who else could be arrested?: Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

Put an end to this Bloody Sunday charade: Daily Telegraph
Tim Collins

Judicial justice only achievable for the few (Nov 12): Irish News
Allison Morris

Row over poppy goes against all that it stands for: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Ex-serviceman from Southport asks why Northern Ireland is forgotten on Remembrance Sunday: Southport Visiter
Tom Duffy

Unionist anger as anthem dropped at Stormont Armistice service, republicans rail at impromptu rendition: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Mr Exeter' unites all after 'you hate each other' slur during Stormont national anthem row radio debate: Belfast Telegraph

Anthem row Stormont in a nutshell: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Sinn Féin 'to pay back £19,000 in benefits': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Féin 'U-turn' as councillors stop using party bank account: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Cahill – I 'deeply regret' joining Republican group: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Imminent deal unlikely as Dublin's A5 commitment questioned: Irish News
John Manley

Controversial BBC programme on IRA rape case shortlisted for award: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

O'Dea – Rangers should lose titles if they broke tax rules (Nov 9): BBC

Thursday, November 12

Northern Ireland talks may not be concluded this week, says Villiers: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Mike Nesbitt could be left 'out in the cold': UTV

Should Sinn Fein and DUP alone make deal?: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Clearing Stormont's obstacles...: UTV
Brian Rowan

Bloody Sunday – Ex-paratroopers launch legal bid to halt murder inquiry: The Independent
Sally Guyoncourt

Ex-soldier arrested over Bloody Sunday shootings released: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bloody Sunday arrest marks a 'new phase' in investigation, say police: Belfast Media

Bloody Sunday relative weeps as ex-soldier arrested over death of brother: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Bloody Sunday – Soldier J need not be jailed if he is convicted of murder, sister of alleged victim says: Daily Telegraph
Camilla Turner, and Gordon Rayner

Bloody Sunday Paras may be named if they are charged with murder as former solider, 66, held over killing of three demonstrators is released on bail: Daily Mail
Larisa Brown

Bloody Sunday soldiers would serve full sentences: Irish News
Allison Morris

Bloody Sunday soldier potential victim of anti-security forces trap – Allister: The News Letter

Former Tory minister criticises Bloody Sunday soldier arrest: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Questions over terror inquiries as soldier held over Bloody Sunday: The News Letter

MP raises questions over other killings: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Bloody Sunday arrest as important as prime minister's apology (Nov 11): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Bloody Sunday – The arrest of an ex-Para will undermine a fragile peace: Daily Telegraph
Douglas Murray

Rightwing newspapers decry arrest of Bloody Sunday soldier: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

The disgraceful arrest of a Bloody Sunday Para (Nov 11): Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Don't prejudge soldier's arrest: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Former soldier to face prosecution over 1974 killing: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Armistice Day – Orange Order chief wants closure on Troubles murders: The News Letter

Police ombudsman team to probe Kingsmills massacre: The News Letter

'Gun-for-hire culture' in Dublin, parliamentary watchdog told: Belfast Telegraph

Garda chief Noirin O'Sullivan shoots down claim dissident republicans are hiring out guns for €200: Irish Mirror
Blanaid Murphy

Bomb alert may have targeted British soldiers: Irish News
Connla Young

Colum Eastwood – SDLP needs a shot in the arm: The News Letter

Willie Frazer fears his life may be in danger: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Maghaberry Prison – Regime change for republican prisoners: BBC
Vincent Kearney

PSNI return to scene of Derry hotel bomb: Derry Journal

MacLochlainn Inquiry – Original statements from members of garda National Surveillance and Emergency Response Units not available: Irish Independent
Clodagh Sheehy

Coleraine murder – 'Police did all that could be reasonably asked of them': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Máiría Cahill moves to reassure senators about her past ahead of vote: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Cahill won't discuss dissident claims before by-election: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Sinn Fein mayor at remembrance event in Belfast: The News Letter

Armistice Day row erupts after God Save the Queen 'dropped' from Belfast service: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Stormont rendition of National Anthem regrettable – Nesbitt: The News Letter

Armistice Day – National Anthem singing at Stormont remembrance service a 'childish stunt', Sinn Féin says: BBC

Ukip says Kenny's EU comments 'disgraceful': The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Ireland has been crushed by iron fist of the EU: The Irish Times
Nigel Farage

The EU referendum is not about identity. That's why it is easy to vote to stay In.: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Extremist group hijacks famous poppy display on the M8 pyramids: Scottish Daily Record
Eddie Harbinson

SNP could learn from Irish politics: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Wednesday, November 11

Substance of Stormont deal agreed, says Peter Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Fein and DUP optimistic deal can be struck before end of week: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Robinson suggests laughing at Nesbitt whenever deal struck: The News Letter

Big two risk serious reputational damage if they fail this time: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Nesbitt has unwittingly helped SF and DUP make a deal: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Debt warning over deal to save powersharing in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Will Northern Ireland's constitutional question be decided by financial necessity?: New Statesman
Siobhan Fenton

Sinn Fein President Gerry Adams says $500-a-head party fundraising dinner 'wasn't elitist for the people who were there': Irish Independent
Daniel McConnell and Niall O'Connor

SDLP party contributions system at centre of leadership row faces being scrapped or overhauled: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

SDLP's Alasdair McDonnell 'won't be dictator and expel critics': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Behind Alasdair McDonnell's tough political bruiser image is family man whose wife and children fervently believe he can overcome SDLP leadership challenge: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Stormont speaker Mitchel McLaughlin will not seek re-election as MLA: Belfast Telegraph

Ukip's ex-Northern Ireland chairman Henry Reilly joins TUV: The News Letter

Sectarian graffiti at Felden housing development condemned: Newtownabbey Times

Gardai 'taken unaware' by 'attempted robbery in which Real IRA member Ronan MacLochlainn was shot dead: Irish Independent

Ryan associate carried out assault on addict days before knife attack: Sunday World
Alan Kelly

Derry binge drinker 'can't remember petrol bomb attack on police': Derry Journal

Soldier being questioned in relation to four Bloody Sunday shootings: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Bitter legacy of Bloody Sunday rumbles on as former soldier arrested: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Former IRA hunger striker welcomes Bloody Sunday arrest: Londonderry Sentinel

SDLP – Tierney welcomes Bloody Sunday arrest: Derry Journal

MoD aware of arrest of former soldier by Bloody Sunday detectives: Londonderry Sentinel

Bloody Sunday – Mandelson warns of 'perils in going back into history': Irish News

Bloody Sunday – Paras 'betrayed' over arrest of former soldier: Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner, Ben Farmer, Luke Heighton and Camilla Turner

Paras were the wrong regiment in the wrong place: The Irish Times
Patrick Bury

Until there are mass IRA arrests, pursuit of old ex soldiers must end: The News Letter
Editorial

Prosecution of ex-soldier accused of 1974 attempted murder will go ahead: The News Letter

Maíría Cahill 'favourite to win Irish senate seat': BBC
Shane Harrison

Murder victim Robert McCartney's sister Catherine urges 'reflection' on Máiría Cahill: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

David Norris criticises Maíria Cahill over ex-dissident links: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan and Sarah Bardon

Mairia Cahill is refusing to talk about her past dissident links: TheJournal.ie
John Monaghan

Ballymurphy Massacre families say they'll fight on after Stormont refuses to back calls for an inquiry: Belfast Media

Brighton bomber suspects US involvement over deportation from Mexico: Irish News
Connla Young

Dublin-Monaghan bomb victim families back U2 tribute: The Irish Times
Elaine Edwards

McGurk's memorial 'would be removed' if link goes ahead: Irish News
John Monaghan

Stormont to be lit up in red for Armistice Day: Belfast Telegraph

Ulster Rugby holds remembrance service amid poppy row: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP deputy mayor unrepentant in 'gay prayer' remarks row: The News Letter

Revealed – Secret lives of transgender soldiers who served in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Ukip's David McNarry calls Taoiseach Enda Kenny a 'foreigner' and tells him to 'butt out' of Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Positive Irish response for Cameron's EU reform demands: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins and Denis Staunton

Enda Kenny has become one of David Cameron's key EU allies: The News Letter
Editorial

Cameron sets out his stall: The Irish Times
Editorial

Tuesday, November 10

Hopes rise for end to Northern Ireland's political impasse: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

UN human rights expert to offer advice on Stormont House Agreement: Belfast Telegraph

Dublin and London optimistic Stormont deal in touching distance: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

A way forward for Jeremy Corbyn's Labour in Ireland: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Britain leaving EU could restart the Troubles in Northern Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Michael Wilkinson

Results of poll on IRA's links with SF reflect reality – MP: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough and Daniel McConnell

Taoiseach must look North if he is to influence UK debate on EU status: Irish Independent
John Downing

Main British focus is on spending and the past: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

The Union is not at risk, but it is no thanks to the insular unionist parties: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Peter Robinson, Peter Curistan and the inevitable Poppygate: Belfast Live
Jamie Bryson

Privilege is a two-way street, Peter (Nov 8): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

David Ford rejects Maghaberry Prison 'scapegoat' claims: Belfast Telegraph

Paramilitary assessment panel member's home burgled: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Former TUV councillor for Ballyclare joins Ulster Unionists: The News Letter

I asked to be expelled from Ukip – Henry Reilly: The News Letter

Send Hamilton back to work... for DUP's sake (Oct 8): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Six complaints about controversial Orange Order painting: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Orange reaction to KKK painting hurts free speech: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

I gained so much from learning the Irish language: Irish News
Linda Ervine

Cabra shooting victim booted out of IRA over drugs: Herald.ie
Ken Foy

Declan McGlinchey's wife says funeral 'respected his wishes': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

SF motion urging inquiry into Ballymurphy killings defeated: The Irish Times

SF chiefs were on wrong side of the truth about Scap (Nov 8): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Horrors of Ballygawley still vivid in memories: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Rethinking the 1980/1981 hunger strikes: The Irish Times
Alison Garden & Maggie Scull

Local councillor was 'quizzed' over murder of RUC man: Ulster Herald
Alan Rodgers

Sinn Fein 'not invited' to borough Remembrance events: Banbridge Leader

Dublin Orangemen criticised for Easter Rising comments: Irish News
John Monaghan

Gay couple's marriage 'demeaned, devalued and undermined' by no legal recognition in Northern Ireland, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Mairia Cahill wins Irish Tatler accolade: Irish News

Ulster rugby fans' fury over absence of poppy from shirts during Remembrance Sunday game: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

No poppy on Ulster Rugby kit a mistake – Trevor Ringland: The News Letter

Ulster Rugby responds to anger over absent poppy during Pro12 game: BBC

Outrage after Irish bar in Luton REFUSES to serve people wearing poppies – and then posts gloating Facebook message telling them to 'grow up': Daily Mail
Hugo Gye

Five reasons people don't wear poppies: BBC

'The poppy is still a political symbol – we have a right to reject it': Irish Post
Kevin Rooney

Ronny Deila slams Celtic supporters who sang pro-IRA songs during Remembrance Day silence: Daily Mirror
Euan Mclean

Northern parties must decide their position on 'Brexit': Irish Independent
Dáithi O'Ceallaigh

Ireland can be a link between UK and EU in talks, says Kenny: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Ireland has been 'bullied' in its dealings with the EU – Farage: TheJournal.ie
Peter Bodkin

Monday, November 9

Stormont deal possible this week, says Taoiseach: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Shrug of the shoulders to greet latest Stormont deal: Irish News
William Scholes

DUP plays down 'Robinson to quit this week' report: The News Letter

PSNI warns of 'organisational embarrassment' after hate crime email: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

50/50 recruitment not on: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

SDLP exclusion over dues 'interpreted as disenfranchisement': Irish News

The leadership election is the SDLP's Gethsemane moment: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Warning after reports of device thrown at police in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Orange rise to the bait in a predicable manner (Nov 6): Irish News
Ian Knox

Attack on Somme mural condemned: Lurgan Mail

Farrell refuses to rule out moving back to the DUP: Fermanagh Herald

'Double jobbing' row to go to Ombudsman: Carrick Times
Victoria Leonard

Londonderry to keep its name after British Government rules out changing title: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Harrods bomb victim speaks out about lack of support from UK government: GetWestLondon.co.uk
Robert Cumber

Ballygawley bus bombing – Former soldier meets women who helped save his life: BBC

Border unit to combat criminality: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

East Belfast Protestant's "love" of Irish language: Irish News
Connla Young

Deeper debates on Ireland should follow RTÉ-BBC surveys: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

Taoiseach Enda Kenny lays wreath at the war memorial in Enniskillen: Irish Independent
David Young and Michael McHugh

Cork Lord Mayor fails to attend poppy day commemoration: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

'Victims should be remembered by name and not number': Irish Independent
Sam Griffin and Lyra McKee

We must learn from our past – Remembrance Day: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Stand side by side to honour all Ireland's dead of 1916, service told: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Remembrance Sunday is marked with respect across the British Isles: The News Letter
Editorial

James McClean hits back at Twitter critics of his poppy stance: Sunday World

Buying a poppy isn't just about remembrance, it is about helping former soldiers like me: Scottish Daily Record
Heather Greenaway

Is the 'wrong side of history' the better place? (Nov 5): Irish News
Stephen Williams

Marriage equality in Northern Ireland – A 'symbolic victory' is blocked (Nov 5): The Irish Times
Editorial

Tory austerity the real reason behind cuts to the Arts Council (Nov 5): Belfast Telegraph
Caral Ni Chuilin

Church must give up control of schools, says Archbishop of Dublin: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Bishop defends the right of schools to choose their ethos (Nov 6): Irish Independent
Sarah Mac Donald and Katherine Donnelly

Cameron mindful of Irish concerns on Brexit, say officials: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Ireland backs EU reform if it stops a Brexit: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Why Ireland needs to think about a Plan B for Brexit: The Irish Times
David Begg

Taoiseach needs to help Britain remain within the EU: Irish Independent
Brian Hayes

Elton John calls on the Queen to revoke Commonwealth anti-gay laws "with one wave of her hand" (Nov 5): The Herald
Martin Williams

Sunday, November 8

Just 1 in 4 think Army Council doesn't run SF: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

Gerry Adams – grievances, spies, spooks and the lies: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Forecast leaves SDLP a shadow of former self (Nov 7): Irish News
John Manley

Fast-tracked Emma Pengelly is best candidate on paper, but will voters choose her? (Nov 4): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

'Only ratepayers should have a vote' – UUP councillor: Ulster Herald

UUP woman shocked at stance on homosexuality: Londonderry Sentinel

'Double jobbing' row to go to Ombudsman: Carrick Times
Victoria Leonard

Family's terror over bullet found in sympathy card: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Probe call into payments to SF councillors: Lurgan Mail

Poppy seller responds to abusers: Portadown Times

Poppy protest is inappropriate (Nov 5): Irish News
Editorial

Londonderry ruling cited by man puzzled over name: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Sectarian graffiti 'not welcome': Derry Journal

No name an option for Strabane's 'Ivan Barr' bridge (Nov 7): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Shame of rough justice served out to RUC widow June McMullin (Nov 5): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

North and South are happy living separate lives: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Tristan finds himself at heart of poppy storm: Bray People

James McClean abused at Old Trafford for poppy snub: Sunday Independent
Tom Rooney

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

Giant 'Christmas cracker' crown to remain in Larne (Nov 6): Irish News
Gail Bell

North's housing association fights to retain independence: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Controversial painting draws large crowds to museum (Nov 6): Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

'Ireland's Call' was a carnival of eejitry: Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

We are all marching in step politically and socially towards the bright, sunlit uplands of tolerance – the only ones out of step are our politicians (Nov 5): Belfast Live
Kevan Furbank

Proposed world religions course is a response to a problem that doesn't exist (Nov 6): Irish Independent
David Quinn

Scottish Questions in Westminster is just an opportunity for unionists to stand up and shout 'SNP bad': The Herald
Pete Wishart

Jeremy Corbyn will not have to kneel for the Queen when he is sworn into Privy Council next week: Sunday Telegraph
Christopher Hope

Preparing for the worst (Nov 6): The Irish Times
Editorial

'Brexit' crisis also an opportunity: Sunday Independent

IRA bomb man among academics in boycott Israel call (Nov 5): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Saturday, November 7

PM meets Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness in bid to get talks deal: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice and David Young

David Ford to listen to views on justice system reform proposals: Belfast Telegraph

Policing Board left red-faced after bid to find new boss collapses as a result of approach made to Justice Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

PSNI apologise after frustrated North Belfast traders and residents claim radio jamming gear causing havoc: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

SDLP members who owe money 'can't vote in leadership election': BBC
Stephen Walker

SDLP report predicts five seat loss: Irish News
John Manley

TUV man David Arthurs quits with attack on leadership: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Gay marriage among reasons why Farrell left UUP: Fermanagh Herald
Gareth McKeown

Omagh man warned of dissident republican threat: Ulster Herald

Police admit they aren't investigating extortion demands that have halted work at building sites: Belfast Media
David Whelan

DUP slams policing of paramilitary funerals: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Children can go to paramilitary events – quango: The News Letter

Over-reaction to Maghaberry's serious problems: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Ku Klux Klan painting 'feeds into climate of bitterness': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Orange Ku Klux Klan row artist McWilliams terrified by Twelfth and first depicted Order supporters as hooded racists during Drumcree: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Court of appeal quashes conviction of Colm Murphy's son: Irish News

Notorious IRA break-in was inside job, claims former RUC officer: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Watchdog to probe Castlereagh security breach claims: The News Letter

Castlereagh breach takes an unexpected twist: Irish News
Editorial

Operation Motorman – British said in 1972 that IRA could not be beaten 'unless they were removed from the streets': Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Unionist delight as poll reveals only 27% of Catholics want united Ireland in short-to-medium term: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Why a united Ireland will not happen anytime soon: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

UUP councillor explains change of heart on proposed papal visit: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

After €460 Sinn Fein bash, Adams goes for €87 event: Herald.ie
Kevin Doyle and Brian Byrne

Adams hits back at critics for travelling to NY fundraiser: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Calls for Deputy Mayor to withdraw 'offensive' remarks: Derry Journal
Claire Allan

Why it would be a disaster to heed those No Pope Here calls: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

UUP in Belfast is right to do a U-turn and back papal visit: The News Letter
Editorial

Taoiseach to attend Remembrance Day commemorations: Fermanagh Herald

State announces Battle of the Somme centenary programme: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Time to pay tribute to Ireland's Somme soldiers: Belfast Telegraph
Charles Flanagan

An alternative history of the Easter Rising: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Portlaoise prison uproar over prison officer's poppy: Irish Independent

Painful memories of quarrel with the foe on Remembrance Sunday: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Let's not start another war over the wearing of the poppy: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

We must never forget those who paid the ultimate price: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Recalling sacrifice has many dimensions: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Sienna Miller says poppy criticism 'a little extreme': Belfast Telegraph

What's so different about the Scottish poppy?: BBC
Claire Diamond

How will Northern Ireland vote in the upcoming EU referendum?: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Federalism is the only solution to Britain's constitutional crisis: Daily Telegraph
Philip Booth

Friday, November 6

Stormont talks – Theresa Villiers believes NI deal can be done but warns of obstacles: BBC

PSNI chief George Hamilton urges budget clarity amid Stormont talks: Belfast Telegraph

Deal or no deal, Peter Robinson's role key before finally bowing out: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Stormont Talks – another staging post on a slow political journey: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Petition abuse must be ended once and for all: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Former IRA member – 'We all know that Gerry Adams was an extremely senior member of the IRA for years. Everybody knows it': Irish Independent

There can be no peace in North without trust: Irish Independent
Editorial

SDLP leadership – 'The bookies don't have the votes,' says McDonnell: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

After leadership election, SDLP will still be divided: Irish News
Alex Kane

Teen facing charges linked to north Belfast bomb 'radicalised by dissident republicans', court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

1700 documents 'need to be assessed' for dissident republican inquest: Derry Journal

Slain RIRA chief Ryan's brother Vinny recovering after vicious knife attack: Herald.ie
Ken Foy

Dissident republicans are a spent force: Irish News
Denis Bradley

'Death threat' card left at Short Strand home: UTV

Parading season disorder costs PSNI almost £7m: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Royal British Legion plea for end to Lidl poppy protests: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

'Dickensian' prison needs top-down reform: Irish News
Allison Morris

Maghaberry Prison – Brutal assessment highlights huge challenge ahead: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Anger over 'paramilitary show of strength' at funeral of Declan McGlinchey: Mid Ulster Mail
Philip Bradfield

Call for police to probe McGlinchey paramilitary-style funeral: The News Letter

Declan McGlinchey 'is dead and he can't even rest in peace': Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Questions raised over PSNI's 'effectiveness of evidence gathering' after shots fired in tribute to son of INLA leader McGlinchey: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry and Donna Deeney

GAA defends guard of honour at Declan McGlinchey funeral: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

IRA informer Stakeknife Scappaticci led 'murderous campaign' to strengthen his position as British spy, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Relatives want outside force to conduct Stakeknife investigation: The News Letter

McCartney calls for independent enquiries into Moreland and Mulhern murders: Derry Journal

Stakeknife inquiry – Relatives go to court for outside investigators: BBC

Coroner 'aspires' to hold Kingsmill killings inquest before next summer: Belfast Telegraph

Complaint made to police about First Minister Peter Robinson: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland first minister faces PSNI complaint: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Elton John tells DUP to get real about same-sex marriage – if there was a public vote it would 'sail in': Belfast Telegraph

Nationalists called heathens over Pope invite and gay marriage support: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Derry's SF Mayor not attending remembrance day service: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Ulster Unionist Party considers holding its own Easter Rising event in Dublin: BBC
Chris Page

Arts Minister Caral ni Chuilin appears before Culture Committee: Belfast Telegraph

Orange Order accused of censoring art after demanding removal of painting from Royal Ulster Academy: The Independent
Nick Clark

Warning sign erected near Joseph McWilliams painting: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

McWilliams's art 'political' not 'propagandist': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Arlene Foster says people are "not really Protestants" if they don't go to church: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Why steady rise of far-Left could leave SF and the SDLP seeing red: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Here's what's on the menu for Sinn Féin's €500-a-plate NY fundraiser: TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

All-Ireland poll shows majority want to stay in EU: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Thursday, November 5

'13% in NI want united Ireland in short to medium term', survey suggests: BBC
Mark Devenport

Just 36pc of people in Republic want to see united Ireland in near future: Irish Independent
Brian O'Reilly

Survey shows cross-border support for united Ireland: RTE

Over 60% of 10 Irish residents would like to see a "united Ireland in their lifetime", new research reveals: Irish Mirror
Adelina Campos

Law chief – Let's go now with delayed inquests: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin and DUP seek €550m from Government: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Robinson is many things but he is not sectarian: Irish News
Newton Emerson

IRA killer turned police informer Sean O'Callaghan claims Provos still want to murder him – in spite of ceasefire: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Sinn Fein remains ever the apologist for the Provisionals: The Irish Times
Brendan Smith

Sinn Fein using Provisional IRA cash to undermine democracy: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Callaghan

Are people under pressure to wear poppies?: UTV

Royal British Legion 'does not support' picketing of stores in poppy row: Irish News
John Monaghan

Is the poppy a tribute to closer British-Irish relations or a symbol with no place in Ireland?: Irish Post
Nemesha Balasundaram

James McClean and Sienna Miller shouldn't have to explain themselves to the poppy fascists: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Poppy row shows two cultures divided by common symbol: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

White poppies for peace to be sold in Galway: Galway Advertiser

Orange Order condemns 'KKK painting' at Ulster Museum: BBC

TUV calls for painting depicting 'Orangemen as KKK members' to be removed from RUA exhibition: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Device found in garden was 'crude but viable' say police: Belfast Media

RUC widow 'out of time' over killer's jail releases: UTV
Alan Erwin

Call for 'collusion' case to be heard by coroner: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Two experts to examine Ballymurphy victim's body: UTV

Altnagelvin nurses talk of life as a nurse in Northern Ireland during the worst of the Troubles (Nov 2): Derry Journal

Funeral of murdered INLA chief's son Declan McGlinchey takes place in Bellaghy: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Masked gunmen fired shots ahead of McGlinchey funeral: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

My absence over gay vote deliberate – Alban Maginness: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Same sex marriage vote thwarted by DUP veto: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Unionists remain on the wrong side of history: Irish News
Allison Morris

Garda Commissioner says morale low in 'pilloried' force (Oct 21): The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Labour is taking legal advice over an email about Mairia Cahill: TheJournal.ie
John Monaghan

North South electricity interconnector could cause 'catastrophe': The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

There is no denying the clear threats to future of Irish (Oct 21): Irish Independent
Conchúr Ó Giollagáin

Ireland 'out of step' on voting rights for emigrants (Oct 21): The Irish Times
Aoife Carr

Brexit 'would slash Irish-UK trade by 20%': Irish Examiner
Geoff Percival

Ireland will face its own EU question: Irish Examiner
Paul Mills

Free-market thinktank calls for creation of 'federal UK' by radical devolution: The Guardian
Larry Elliott

Wednesday, November 4

Kenny says dealing with North's past is a priority: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Stormont talks 'intensifying and making progress' – Flanagan: BBC

Time to work for common good: Londonderry Sentinel

Trimble sceptical over DUP comments: Portadown Times

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams – Other parties are 'jealous' of our support in US: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Tánaiste – Vote for Sinn Féin is a vote for army council: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Adams – Intelligence chiefs trying to stop Sinn Fein growth: The News Letter

Let's get a few things clear on Sinn Féin and the price of constructive ambiguity: Irish Independent
Eddie Molloy

Endless concessions to the IRA, but nothing for their victims (Nov 2): The News Letter
Editorial

PSNI wants to 'hand over' Troubles murder files if Stormont talks reach deal: TheDetail.tv
Niall McCracken

Ending 50/50 police recruitment was disastrous move: Irish News
Brian Feeney

New Lodge protest against alleged extortion attempts (Oct 28): BBC

Bookies back Eastwood for SDLP leadership: Irish News
John Manley

West Belfast man denies internet threats to Jamie Bryson: The News Letter

Loyalist protestors picket Lidl over poppy row: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Why I will never surrender to the poppy bullies: Daily Telegraph
Angela Epstein

Mayor defends Foyle MEP EU event invite: Derry Journal

Larne – SDLP objects to 'cheap and tacky' crown on roundabout: BBC

Local Sinn Fein 'will not support' borough status: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Forkhill couple facing trial on bomb factory charges: The News Letter

Declan McGlinchey was on path to peace before his sudden death, say family: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Duffy family apply for fresh inquest into father's death: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Deputy speaker embarrassed by Disappeared family Stormont lockout: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Gardaí feared RIRA were planning to kidnap U2 manager: Irish Independent
Clodagh Sheehy

Insults aimed at Irish-America a pathetic effort to pull veil over British misrule: Belfast Telegraph
Martin Galvin

SF mayor 'to make history with wreath at cenotaph': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Fight for same-sex marriage moves to the courtroom: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

New survey finds high level of acceptance of same-sex marriage North and South: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Great that Northern Assembly voted for gay marriage – Norris: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

DUP in the bunker again after they block historic same-sex marriage vote with petition of concern: Belfast Media

Gay marriage debate – Unpopular opinions should be heard too: Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

The DUP are risking a great deal in blocking equal marriage: The New Statesman
Siobhan Fenton

Republic of Ireland haven't even qualified yet and still they are congratulated – McCrea: Mid Ulster Mail

How Brexit could destabilise the Irish peace process: The Guardian
Cathal McCall

Plan to change New Zealand flag has a mad logic (Oct 31): The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Tuesday, November 3

Archbishop urges Government to 'go the extra mile' with cash to help seal political deal for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Villiers rejects Welby's 'special case' welfare payments plea: The News Letter

Welby is warmly welcome in NI but wrong about welfare: The News Letter
Editorial

OFMDFM spent £1m on consultancy & professional services: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Until the naturally dysfunctional Belfast Agreement is torn up, we are doomed to a perpetual cycle of political conflict and failure: Belfast Live
Jamie Bryson

Time for Peter Robinson to pack his bags: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

DUP rejects suggestion of unrest in local ranks: Ulster Star

UUP's Farrell quits with a parting dig at Mike Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP leadership – Alasdair McDonnell 'very confident he will win': BBC

McDonnell is defiant as Mallon backs rival Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Watton calls for nationalist flags to be removed: Coleraine Times
Nichola Neill

Police probe Newtownabbey hate crimes 'link': UTV

Preliminary hearing for Kieran Doherty Real IRA murder case: Derry Journal

Tom Elliott anger over plan for Stakeknife payments: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Call for review of £200k-plus payouts to those with quashed IRA convictions: The News Letter

Widow of murdered RUC officer kept in dark over killer's prison leave: The News Letter

Appeal for information on 'disappeared' IRA victims: The Irish Times

Disappeared families 'given cold welcome at Stormont': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Poppy Day bomb survivor begins legal action for new probe: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Judge Travers agony over daughter Mary's murder revealed in book: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Adams flies out as guest of honour at $500-a-head New York fundraiser: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Belfast City Council to formally invite Pope Francis to city for the second time: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Province paid three times more than Republic into joint project: The News Letter

Northern Ireland MLAs vote 'yes' for gay marriage – but motion is torpedoed by DUP veto: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UUP leader Nesbitt abstains in same-sex marriage vote: The News Letter

Only one nationalist MLA does not support gay marriage: Irish News
John Manley

Same-sex marriage vote – Churches stand firm on traditional views: The News Letter

Same-sex marriage – DUP accuses Slugger messenger of point scoring: BBC
Mark Devenport

Marriage equality picket outside Londonderry DUP office: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Unionists Plot to Derail Marriage Equality in Northern Ireland: Daily Beast
Nico Hines

Same-sex marriage vote a significant development: Irish News
Editorial

Easter Rising rebels were idealists, but Sinn Fein are foul opportunists: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Republican Declan McGlinchey dies suddenly at his Bellaghy home: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Uncle – 'Yet another nightmare' for McGlinchey family: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Arrest fears may keep son of INLA chief Dominic McGlinchey from funeral of brother: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Proposed transfer pact makes sense for SF (Oct 27): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Gibraltar-based developer faces questions on Robinson relationship: Irish News
John Manley

TransLink in Canada receives tweets about Linfield jacket: Irish News
John Monaghan

Monday, November 2

New cross-Border crime task force key to North talks: The Irish Times
Charlie Flanagan

Colum Eastwood says the north must 'come of age': Irish News
Colum Eastwood

No Surprise that IRA have still not gone away you know (Oct 30): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
John Spain

Don't mention the war (Oct 30): Ulster Herald
Ronan McSherry

Claim Peter Robinson is to resign 'within weeks': Irish News

Robinson has been a key figure in the DUP, and they have no-one else like him: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Don't cut mental health services for Troubles victims again, watchdog pleads (Oct 30): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Lurgan police attack condemned: Irish News
Brian Campbell

Three men to appear in court as part of investigation into dissident republican activity: Sunday Independent
Louise Kelly

Risk of 'carnage' from bomb on Belfast windowsill: The News Letter

Family leave home after racist graffiti attack (Oct 29): Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

IRA's murder of Paul Quinn 'most excruciating death possible': Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Sister who finally buried 'Disappeared' IRA victim makes plea for other families: Belfast Telegraph

The angels of mercy who faced horrors on the wards during Northern Ireland's Troubles (Oct 30): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

The rapid rise of the IRA's most notorious double agent (Oct 22): Irish News
Allison Morris

Security services must cooperate with Stakeknife probe (Oct 22): Irish News
Editorial

Archbishop in Belfast for Corrymeela anniversary: UTV
Barbara McCann

Stormont to vote on changing law to allow same-sex marriage: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Majority could back same-sex marriage motion, says MLA Claire Hanna: The News Letter

Same-sex couples pledge to invite MLAs to their weddings if they vote for marriage equality: Belfast Live
David Young

Kyle Paisley not in favour of 'recriminalisation' of homosexuality: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Sinn Féin is neither willing nor able to take on the responsibility of being in government: Irish Independent
Aodhán Ó Ríordáin

DUP refuse to comment on Wells' ministerial hopes (Oct 31): Irish News
Seanín Graham

It's now time to move on, Kyle (Oct 30): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'F*** the IRA' – Sunderland fans responded to James McClean celebration with sectarian chant (Oct 19): Irish Independent

Conor McGregor is simply an Irishman, not a barstool Republican or Monarchist (Oct 30): Irish Independent
Ian O' Doherty

Those who died in the Great War are held in high esteem: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

Pouring cold water on 'combustible' history (Oct 30): Irish News
Tom Collins

Historian welcomes 'come-all-ye' approach to Rising events: The Irish Times

No need for militarism in a peaceful present (Aug 19): Irish Independent
Editorial

Concern over establishment of second non-jury Special Criminal Court: The Irish Times
Editorial

Gaeilgeoirs demand end to Irish language 'lip-service': UTV
Luke Holohan

Cattle thefts in border area of 'epidemic' proportion (Oct 19): The Cross Examiner

My sneaking regard for maverick politicians (Oct 7): Irish News
Tom Kelly

Inside Business – Former Irish ambassador's warning for NI over EU exit: BBC

Irish peace process offers alternative path to unification: Korea Herald
Joel Lee

Sunday, November 1

George Mitchell responds to McCann's NY Times piece: Derry Journal
Catherine Doran

SDLP founding member Denis Haughey backs Colum Eastwood as leader: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Three men arrested in dissident republican investigation: Irish Mirror
Garreth MacNamee

Court hears of IRA suspect's links with Omagh man: Ulster Herald

Police attacked amid Lurgan railway alert hoax: UTV

Crime boss who recruited garda murderer was informant: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Wind of change finally blowing through courts system: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Adams has to travel in two different directions: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Get ready for the Sinn Fein split – will Mary Lou end up leading Labour?: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Arrest raises further questions about OTR scheme: Irish News
Allison Morris

Wrong to accuse U2 of taking sides over the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

As AG dined with US ambassador Haughey rang to discuss election: Sunday Independent

Synod provides 'manifesto' for Irish Church renewal – Primate: Irish Catholic
Cathal Barry

'We're proud to be representing the island of Ireland by hosting the British Open': TheJournal.ie

We need to wipe out the heavy baggage from our past Troubles: Irish News
Leona O'Neill

No money for arts we're told, but Ni Chuilin finds £604k for SF pals at Feile: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

US diplomats have inside track on Irish politicians: Sunday Independent
Ronald Quinlan

Playwright slams Ni Chuilin over her 'disdain' for the arts (Oct 20): Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Loyalists should see bigger picture over 1916 events (Oct 29): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Nesbitt's same-sex stance makes sense on one level: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Sinn Féin's influence on Cooley group a source of disquiet, says councillor: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Achtung, Bono: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Johnston

Police must be representative: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

No get-out clause for SNP post-Brexit: The Scotsman
Bill Jamieson

Scottish clans – Jacobite societies still hope for House of Stuart restoration: Scotland Now
Carl MacDougall



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