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Wednesday, November 30

Garda's Widow To Fight OTRs At Westminster: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

O'Loan fugitives law is not amnesty: (from the Irish News, Nov 28)
Sharon O'Neill

SDLP Voice Concern Over 'On The Runs' Legislation: Derry Journal

Bitter pill has something for all to choke on: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Lords Can Still Smash On-The-Run Legislation: The News Letter
Editorial

When party colleagues disgaree on matters of importance it's a sign of a healthy democracy: Daily Ireland
Anne Cadwallader

Stretched to limit but PSNI 'will cope': Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Bank worker who said he was taken hostage is detained over £26m heist: The Independent
David McKittrick

Two officials quizzed over €38m bank raid: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Sinn Fein's Massive Cash Stash: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com (Nov 25)

Assets Chief Highlights Ulster's 'Dark Economy': The News Letter
Helen McGurk

Northern state is being eroded: Daily Ireland
Tommy McKearney

Leading economist backs call for all-Ireland economy: IrelandOnLine (Nov 28)

Partition 'Devastating' For Many Communities: Derry Journal

Partition is an absurdity in all terms: (from the Irish News)
Caitriona Ruane

SF calls for cross-party push for united Ireland: Daily Ireland
David Lynch and Liam Horan

United Ireland on cards – McDowell: Irish Independent (Nov 29)
Tom Felle

Marching towards end of partition: Daily Ireland
Editorial

'No amnesty for Omagh bombers': UTV Internet

Assembly member is held over 1972 Ulster bombing: The Times
David Sharrock

Sinn Fein spokesman held in bombing probe: Irish Independent
George Jackson

MLA Urges – Turn These Hoax Bombers In: The News Letter
Anne Palmer

'Why Do The Bad Men Want To Do This To Us, Daddy?': Derry Journal

DUP urges change in phone-tap evidence use: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Maverick Perot looks at Maze investment: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Tuesday, November 29

Ahern defends pardons for prisoners on the run: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

President 'dragged into constitutional crisis' over OTRs: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

DUP Launches Bid To Restrict On-The-Run Bill: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Republican hits out at SDLP: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

UUP – Durkan Has Cleared Our Name: The News Letter

A wasteland they called peace: Sunday Independent (Nov 27)
Brendan O'Connor

How odd if Blair has got one over on republicans: Belfast Telegraph
Pól Ó Muirí

Paisley pales as Hain shifts boundaries: Daily Ireland
Damien Kiberd

Councillors in the North represent value for money: Daily Ireland

Balkanisation of the north existed before Hain's plan: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Housing Executive Mauled By Morrow: The News Letter

Preparing for government: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Who wants to be a republican? Parties vie for nationalist vote: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Arrests over £26m Northern raid: BBC

Father calls on UVF to take no action: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Use more divers pleads Lisa's mum: Sunday Life (Nov 27)

Gardai swoop as IRA-style bomb ferried: Sunday Independent (Nov 27)
Jim Cusack

Omagh relatives to urge cross border inquiry: RTE

Controversy over garden: (from Irelandclick.com)
Damien McCarney

To enforce Irish or not . . . poll finds public is divided: Irish Independent
John Walshe

BBC need more Irish language: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

O Cuiv's An Daingean – where just four homes use the mother tongue: Sunday Independent (Nov 27)
Liam Collins

Can a funeral for the record books transcend Ulster's divide?: The Times
David Sharrock

Monday, November 28

Time for Sinn Fein to step forward and take place on PSNI boards, says Ahern: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Taoiseach moves to allay DUP constitution fears: Irish Examiner
Ray Ryan

Governments reward Sinn Fein for sending democracy on the run: Sunday Tribune (Nov 27)
Stephen Collins

Has Sinn Féin let state off with murder?: (from the Irish News, Nov 25)
Mark Durkan

We did not agree to blanket amnesty: (from the Irish News, Nov 25)
Martin McGuinness

It's shame, not pain, for pathetic Mr Hain: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 26)
Lindy McDowell

'Bully boy' tactics or better service?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Loyalist commission in snub to arms General: Sunday Life (Nov 27)
Alan Murray

Ian and I pray for Gerry Adams: (from the Sunday Tribune, Nov 27)
Suzanne Breen

'Murder accused a pal of victim': Sunday Life (Nov 27)
Stephen Breen

Fears evidence will be withheld in Wright probe: (from the Irish News, Nov 24)
Barry McCaffrey

Ramsey angry after security alert: UTV Internet

Protestant gran axed from DPP: Sunday Life (Nov 27)

Cloud over a conference: Irish Echo
Editorial

Triumph & Tragedy: Sunday Business Post (Nov 27)
Kevin Cullen

Activists vow treaty will be election issue: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Sticks and Stones: The Blanket (Nov 7)
Anthony McIntyre

Ferris leak part of 'dirty tricks campaign': Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Fianna Fail candidates at loggerheads over SF: Sunday Tribune (Nov 27)
Stephen Collins

Trimble could have been our Sharon: Sunday Independent (Nov 27)
Mark Dooley

Union flag policy to be put to the test: Sunday Life (Nov 27)

George Best 'too long in exile': (from the Irish Times, Nov 26)
Eamonn McCann

Sunday, November 27

'On-the-run' legislation unfair say senior police: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

DUP tables OTR changes: Daily Ireland

Prime Minister turns down invitation to meet victims of terrorism: Impartial Reporter

The OTR storm – Tony you can never feel our pain: Belfast Telegraph
William McCrea

Bertie, Tony and Alice in Wonderland: Sunday Independent
Joseph O'Malley

The OTR storm – These killers ... they just expect to swan back into the country: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

DUP ill-equipped to fight 'unholy alliance': Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

NI councils overhaul 'too sharp': BBC

New structures will 'alienate' electorate: Impartial Reporter

Unionists furious over 're-partitioning' of the North: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Sinn Fein holds the trump card in western super council: Impartial Reporter

All-Ireland economy idea fanning hopes and fears: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Firestorm over North economy: Irish Echo
Niall Stanage

'Stakeknife' probed over IRA killings: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

How the bank robbers and terrorists got to play at being North's policemen: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Ministers voice unease at anti-corruption body: The Sunday Times
Richard Oakley and Siobhan Maguire

Minister fails to show in court: Daily Ireland

Discrimination in black and white?: Irish Echo
Niall Stanage

Retaliation: The Blanket (Nov 14)
John Coulter

Spicer fails to show; McBrides up campaign: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

Damages paid to bomb victims: Daily Ireland

Gillespie rejects offer to clear name: The Sunday Times
Lynne Kelleher and Liam Clarke

Republican Memorial 'Broke Planning Rules': The News Letter (Nov 24)

Pitch perfect: The Observer
Sean O'Hagan

Ireland reverses the story of ages and puts an end to its diaspora: The Age (Melbourne, Nov 24)
Philip Hopkins

Saturday, November 26

DUP fury at security force link with OTRs: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Widespread Anger Over Peace Moves: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

'You've Sold Out Families Of State Collusion': Derry Journal

Exiles still 'too wary' of the IRA: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison and Seamus McKinney

No apologies – how to allow terrorists back: The Times
Graham Stewart

One Sweet Deal for Some, but for The Rest of Us?...: The Blanket
Mick Hall

Chilly winds of change blowing all around the North: Daily Ireland
Gearóid O Cairealláin

Shake-up comes as a big shock: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

Local Democracy Undermined: Derry Journal
Editorial

Apartheid: New Statesman
John O'Farrell

Reunited Ireland talks: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Become 'Persuaders' For United Ireland: Derry Journal

Congressman Richard Neal confident partition is on way out, with DUP soon sitting in government with Sinn Féin: Daily Ireland
Jim Dee

UDA begins discussions on its future: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

SF criticises go-ahead for parade: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Court rejects Omagh case appeal: BBC

Thiepval bomb attack – Man acquitted: UTV Internet

NICCI leader slams Hain: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 24)
Andrea Clements

Fine Gael grasps the flag of Griffith from Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Watchdog chief 'used false passport on Colombia visit': Irish Independent

CCMS Role Switch Will Strike At Heart Of Catholic Education – Warns Bishop: Derry Journal

Catholics and nationalists need to fight for the autonomy of catholic schools: Daily Ireland (Nov 24)
Jude Collins

Charisma deserves to be treated as a serious talent: The Guardian (Nov 21)
Jackie Ashley

Ulsterman whose skill bridged religions: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Friday, November 25

Under fire Hain hints at changes after he faces a storm of outrage: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Unionists Won't Concede Defeat: The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

Untouchables – Getting away with murder...: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Widows' Plea Over Terrorist Amnesty: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Victims' relatives get sympathy, but not concessions: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Pardoned terrorists' names to be published – McDowell: Irish Independent
Anne-Marie Walsh

Don't let facts get in the way of a good jibe: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

We need an ethicist, not a blathering Ulster secretary: The Guardian
Simon Jenkins

The victims, the fugitives and justice: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

State forces slip under the radar: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Exiled republicans 'must contact communities': UTV Internet

Life will become duller without Craigavon Council: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Parties Must Unite Against Government Council Plans: The News Letter
Editorial

Suspended Sinn Fein mayor 'will get fair hearing': UTV Internet

Molloy A Serious Loss: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Why SF members must tow the party line, on everything but the economy: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Activists ready to create stink over revised treaty: (from the Irish News, Nov 23)
Ray O'Hanlon

Irish government asked to monitor PSNI behaviour in town: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Shot ex-UDA chief's assets frozen: BBC

Convicted UDA men to face grilling on sectarian murder: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Republic is a sectarian cold house: Belfast Telegraph
Lord Laird

Bail for IRA man ahead of appeal: Irish Independent (Nov 24)

SDLP push for all-Ireland transport agenda in Dáil: Daily Ireland
David Lynch

Kick Maze plan into touch, urges supporters' body: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 22)
Marie Foy

Thursday, November 24

Move to let IRA fugitives return draws angry criticism from MPs: The Independent
David McKittrick

Retreat or face defeat over IRA fugitives, Hain told: The Times
Greg Hurst

Blood, sweat and tears: The Guardian
Simon Hoggart

Families to tackle Blair on fugitives: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker and Jonathan McCambridge

Adams accused over amnesty: UTV Internet

Fugitives Bill 'hard to swallow': BBC

Ahern advocates presidential pardons for OTRs: UTV Internet

NI parties in Hillsborough talks: BBC

'No justice role for paramilitaries': UTV Internet

'The last piece of the jigsaw' doesn't quite fit: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

A sacrifice for peace: The Herald
Editorial

And what about justice for the victims of Ulster?: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

SF member critical of suspension: BBC

Suspended SF politician a veteran republican: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

It's Moving The Border Up To Portadown, Says Empey: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Chance for NIO to wipe out double jobbers: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Blank cheque for Hain is unwise: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Democracy Will Suffer Under New Council Plan: The News Letter
Editorial

How riots drained policing resources: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

'Recreational rioting' quip slammed by Derry police: (from the Irish News)
David Wilson

Orde and SDLP gang up on Sinn Féin: Daily Ireland (Nov 21)
Connla Young

Special Branch accused of protecting killers: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Hain confident over Wright Inquiry: UTV Internet

Sharp drop in numbers going to church: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

There is a limit to what Sinn Féin can do for the Irish living in Britain: (from the Irish Post)
Paul Donovan

Cross-Border economy diversification project: Daily Ireland
Zoë Tunney

Wednesday, November 23

On the Run amnesty 'is vital for Ulster peace process': Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Group Hits Out At Blair For Refusing OTR Talks: The News Letter
Anne Palmer

Commons debates NI fugitives plan: BBC

Hain council plan seeks to kick-start devolution talks: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Hain's sweeping NI reforms attacked as sectarian: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Parties Clash Over Public Administration Proposal: The News Letter

Action over councillor's remarks: BBC

North's local government gets shake-up: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Sweet and sour reception for ministers: BBC
Mark Devenport

Hain's carve-up is sowing the seeds for further conflict in the North: Irish Independent

Last Word On New 'Super' Authorities A Long Way Off: The News Letter
Editorial

PSNI's 29 district commands may be cut by 75 per cent: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Angry DUP councillors withdraw Hain's invite: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

All-Island Economy Makes Sense: Derry Journal
Editorial

DUP talks with Loyalist Commission will show paramilitaries' crucial role in peace process: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

DUP talks stance branded nonsense: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

'Loyalist feud' led to pair's death: The Times

Minister Discusses 'Alienation' With Derry Protestants: Derry Journal

Make old blame-stories a thing of the past: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Publish plea on 'collusion report': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Finucane concerns to be raised by Alliance: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Second man arrested over Omagh bombing: The Guardian
Sam Jones

Bombings inquiry uncovers missing papers: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Rogan denies Thiepval explosions: UTV Internet

Naturalisation Could Be Eased By Legislation: The News Letter

Compassion Is The Only Route To Peace: The News Letter
Lesley Walsh

One in nine 'aren't religious': UTV Internet

Just who elects these DUP flat-Earthers and cranks with the most odious of beliefs?: Daily Ireland
Anne Cadwallader

Old Firm fan sites shut down over sectarian battles: The Herald
Damien Henderson

Act of Union is key to Scottish identity: The Times (Nov 21)

Tueday, November 22

Amnesty would 'hamper inquiry into collusion': Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

One tough step to escape the shadow of fear: The Times
Peter Hain

Hain snubbed after 'slur on economy': UTV Internet

Hain stated the obvious: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Hain was simply stating the truth: Daily Ireland

Many Doubts Over Ahern's Stance On SF: The News Letter

Disbandment a logical step: (from the Irish News, Nov 14)
Editorial

IMC investigates claims that IRA cleaned up gang rape scene: (from the Sunday Tribune, Nov 20)
Suzanne Breen

Allister Raises 'Absurd' 50:50 Rule With EU: The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

SDLP and Sinn Féin in policing war of words: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Traders on the Shankill deny banning PSNI officers: Belfast Telegraph
Linda McKee

New College Will Be Envy Of Worldwide Police Forces: The News Letter
Editorial

DUP seeking talks with loyalist commission head: UTV Internet

Fourteen warnings of loyalist threats in two years: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

UVF murder victim's family in appeal to US Counsel: UTV Internet

US smear claim by McCartney sisters: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Role For RIR Members In TA – UUP: The News Letter

Petrol bomb attack during alert: BBC

Finucanes meet PUP leader: (from the Irish News, Nov 17)
Catherine Morrison

Army attack accused goes on trial: BBC

What do election campaigns actually do?: Sunday Business Post (Nov 20)
Liam Weeks

Irish passport office 'to open in Derry': Daily Ireland

Shake-up for NI local government: BBC

The Troubles linked to mental health problems: RTE

Football fans want stadium in city centre: The Observer (Nov 20)
Henry McDonald

Go west for our new stadium: Belfast Telegraph
Pól Ó Muirí

Website ban for Rangers fans after 'death threats': The Herald

Monday, November 21

Troublesome times are ahead for sick counties: (from the Irish News, Nov 19)
James Kelly

Riot squad ready for UDA prison violence: Sunday Life (Nov 20)
Alan Murray

Police college to cost extra £50m: BBC

PSNI accused of cover-up in taxi-driver murder case: (from the Irish News, Nov 15)
Bimpe Fatogun

Police And Community Must Work Together: The News Letter (Nov 16)
Editorial

Murder victim's family in US move: Sunday Life (Nov 20)
Stephen Breen

Unionists say no to nationalist housing plan: (from Irelandclick.com, Nov 11)
Andrea McKernon

Hain announces shake-up of schools and councils: The Sunday Times (Nov 20)
Liam Clarke

Where Berlin leads ...: The Observer (Nov 20)
Henry McDonald

Kill-threat jail term: Daily Ireland (Nov 9)

Dalai Lama talks peace in North: Irish Independent
Paul O'Hare

Moving away from the victim tag: Sunday Life (Nov 20)

'Victims of Omagh bomb were treated like dirt: (from the Irish News, Nov 18)
Margaret Canning

Memorial moves: Sunday Life (Nov 20)

Die-hard residents raise cash for vandalised graves: Irish Independent (Nov 4)

Roy Keane honorary son of the North: (from the Sunday Tribune, Nov 20)
Suzanne Breen

Decision time on future of the Irish language: Irish Independent
Enda Kenny

Ovation 'led to anti-Mo campaign': BBC

IRA experience left UK 'unable to deal with Islamist terror': Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

Sunday, November 20

Slim majority trusts Ahern on Sinn Fein: Sunday Independent
Willie Kealy

SF faces campaign-finance questions: Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

Sinn Fein's curious sums: Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

Why Bertie coos in Gerry's ear: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Start handing out the 40-foot bargepoles: Daily Ireland

Past and policies rule out SF: Sunday Independent
Joseph O'Malley

SF's alternative reality – now on eBay: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

How times have changed: Daily Ireland
Editorial

DUP's top policy unit 'did not want a Paisley': The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

It's daddy's party, but I'll sue if I want to: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Women talk in the house of Paisley: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Sinister Twist Alleged In Loyalist Warning: Derry Journal

'Structures Of Collusion Still In Place'- Says McGuinness: Derry Journal

Seven ways to play politics: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 16)
Brian Walker

As the UK pulls out, north must grow up: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Garret is driven by a curious force: Sunday Independent (Nov 6)
Aengus Fanning

Violent Crimes Raising Tension: The News Letter
Elinor Glynn

Calls for honest account of 1980s history: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

No Date Yet For 'Sunday' Report Publication: Derry Journal

Troubles provide 'lesson for London': UTV Internet

'Murder car' man feels like a victim: Sunday Life (Nov 6)

McGurk's families should be praised: (from Irelandclick.com, Nov 18)
Editorial

An Daingean – a rose by another name: Daily Ireland (Nov 10)
Ana Ní Shúilleabháin

The best way to boost Irish: Sunday Independent
John Chambers

Reaching across the divide in Northern Ireland sparks an enterprise revolution: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Allow Our Celtic Kitten 'To Be A Roaring Success': The News Letter
Adrienne Mcgill

Hain needs to choose words more carefully: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Minister's Economic Statement Alarming: The News Letter
Editorial

On guard against the white elephant stampede to Maze: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Irishman appointed to Vatican: Sunday Business Post
Kieron Wood

Saturday, November 19

DUP signals willingness to work with Dublin on accord: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

DUP and Ahern talks 'forthright': BBC

Talks with Sinn Féin unlikely in New Year, warns Paisley: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Paisley hits out at Dail speaking rights plan: UTV Internet

Trimble tells of gloom over future of Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Hain Says Loyalists Need New Agenda: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Sean O'Driscoll

Peace makes progress, changes face of Belfast: Austin American-Statesman
Mary Jordan

Should the Irish be Trusting the Brits?: Media Monitors
William Hughes

Ahern proves that cynicism still rules OK: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Hain urged to make statement over threats to republicans: UTV Internet

Sir Hugh to be quizzed over missing documents: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Hain in hot water over 'all-Ireland economy': Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Hain's view: Irish Echo
Editorial

Perils of Megaphone Diplomacy: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Niall O'Dowd

Finucanes brief US on efforts to achieve inquiry: Daily Ireland

Committee long-fingers U.K. extradition treaty: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

20 officers still on sick leave after summer riots: (from the Irish News)

British government shows 'resistance' to bill of rights: Daily Ireland
David Lynch

Daddy's girl fights back: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

'Gay link' in republican Conlon's killing: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Sensitivity needed in row over photo: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ulster Unionist's plea over future of regiment: UTV Internet

Killers could live beside victims' families, he says: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Sponsored ethos adds to relatives' grief: (from the Irish News, Nov 17)
Jim Gibney

Eyewitness speaks out: Daily Ireland
Andrea McKernon

Mary Lou to make seat bid in Ahern's backyard: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

PSNI seize 15 million cigarettes from rebel republicans: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Bias remains among top civil service jobs: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Government 'Biased Against Shankill': The News Letter (Nov 17)

Seminars focus on Border poverty: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

International Fund secures $13.5m: Irish Echo
Paul Colgan

Friday, November 18

DUP delegation to attend Dublin talks: RTE

Lobbying increased in attempt to defeat government's 'on the run' Bill: Impartial Reporter

DUP Campaign To 'Wreck' OTR Bill Is Launched: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Ex-DUP Mayor hits out at former party: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

DUP silence as Rhonda sues father Ian: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

'No SF in government as long as IRA exists': (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Orde – IRA has stopped punishment attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Viennese style of justice will have us all in a whirl: (from the Irish News) — link repaired Nov 18
Newton Emerson

Police Meet With Shankill Shopkeepers: The News Letter
Joanne Lowry

Sinn Fein calls for inquiry into security breach: UTV Internet

'Reveal loyalist group' demand: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Shadowy work of spooks continues: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Finucane family warn over inquiry: UTV Internet

Finucanes call for lawsuit: Daily Ireland (Nov 16)
Jarlath Kearney

Memorial to victims removed: Impartial Reporter

Row Over Bomb Victims' Picture: The News Letter
Anne Palmer

Row after SF mayor fails to attend Poppy Day service: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Four released in gun murder probe: BBC

Three arrested over dissident activity: UTV Internet

Source claims Andre Shoukri's latest stint in prison marks the end of his paramilitary career: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

O'Hare transferred to maximum security prison: RTE

Victims must not be kept in the dark: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Church erects CCTV in bid to halt loyalist attacks: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Trial of Phil Flynn is put back for month: Irish Independent
Paul Melia

Parades Body Bid To Block Pudsey's Jog: The News Letter
Liz Kennedy

Out of Africa – The Loyal Tribe: Belfast Telegraph
Darwin Templeton

Lookin' South: Irish Echo
Niall Stanage

McCartneys win Women of the Year award: Irish Examiner
Evelyn Ring

Compensation Scam Is Under Control – NIO: The News Letter (Nov 16)
Stephen Dempster

The day Belfast mourned: (from Irelandclick.com)
Roisin McManus

Bloody Sunday Inquiry costs rise to £163m: UTV Internet

Thursday, November 17

Sinn Fein will take up office with any party, says Adams: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Attacking S.F. carries risks for Republic's other parties: Irish Echo
Paul Colgan

Bertie rules out coalition with SF – and you'd better believe him: Irish Examiner
Noel Whelan

Sinn Fein's equality sweets . . . want one?: Irish Independent

Increase in poltical attacks on Sinn Féin since arms move shows fear of republicanism's rise: Daily Ireland
Danny Morrison

Hard political truth is tough to swallow: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Adams beams in, SF rakes in: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Adams warned of loyalist terror threat: UTV Internet

Named and shamed – killers put back in jail: Belfast Telegraph

One island!: Irish Echo
Niall Stanage

Partition scourge raises its ugly head: Daily Ireland
Editorial

DUP Leads Us Back To Bad Days – Sir Reg: The News Letter

Paisleys are family at war on sex bias claim: The Times
David Sharrock

Irish forgery suspect fights U.S. extradition: Washington Times
Bill Gertz

Order compared to the Brownies: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Shops warned of Christmas firebombs: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Ex-CIRA man hits out at 'lies': Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

PSNI question two over Conlon: RTE

Shankill Shops Refuse To Serve Police Officers: The News Letter
Joanne Lowry

DUP urged to hold forum talks: UTV Internet

Loyalists found with security breach list: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

US envoy due to meet McCartneys: BBC

Attack on McCartney friend denied: BBC

New powers for rights body: UTV Internet

£20m paid to Omagh bomb victims: BBC

A rainbow shamrock is patronising lunacy: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Irish-language activists picket Fine Gael offices: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Taoiseach rejects calls over Irish language: UTV Internet

Spring thought agreement would bring about peace: (from the Irish News, Nov 15)
Bimpe Fatogun

Police accused of bias in sectarian arrests: The Herald
William Tinning

Wednesday, November 16

Plan to allow on-the-runs return to North referred to EU: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

On-the-run bill 'just a cover-up': BBC

DUP denies any boycott of talks at Hillsborough: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Direct Rule A 'Liability' To Everyone – Insists McLaughlin: Derry Journal

Time to get tough on unwilling DUP: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Ahern clouds waters with SF exclusion: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Republicans' lives 'under threat': BBC

Gangland glamour: The Guardian
Laura Haydon

Actions, Not Words: Derry Journal
Editorial

Let proper authorities sort out paramilitaries: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

90-day detention proposal had full glare of media but another case fell under the radar: Daily Ireland
Anne Cadwallader

Search begins for independent policing board members: UTV Internet

Parties clash in lively policing debate: (from Irelandclick.com, Nov 14)
Damian McCarney

Restorative justice not a political football: (from the Irish News, Nov 8)
Breidge Gadd

SF out of Trinity due to Thatcher 'threat email': Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Paisley's daughter in legal action against DUP: RTE

McCartney family meet US senators: BBC

Government's 'dereliction of duty' over passports: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

'We're Unbowed And Unapologetic' – Vows Gallagher: Derry Journal

Balanced Approach To Our Council Shake-Up: The News Letter
Editorial

Peace in Ulster is a £1bn industry: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Poppy fails TK Maxx factor: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Cenotaph Desecration Condemned: Derry Journal

Finucane family wins Government backing: Irish Examiner
Michael Brennan

Before moving forward, we need to face the legacies of injustice: Daily Ireland

West Belfast man was questioned by RUC in Dundalk: (from the Sunday Tribune, Nov 13)
Suzanne Breen

Bloodiest day of feud that convulsed the city: (from Irelandclick.com, Nov 14)
Damian McCarney

Horslips tell of escaping Miami-type massacre: Belfast Telegraph
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