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Thursday, November 30

Adams outlines conditions for policing debate: The Irish Times

Sinn Féin President informed of threat to life: RTE

Ahern takes threats to SF seriously: The Irish Times

SF joins boards but backing for Garda qualified: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Stone spelt out his murder plot in letter to newspaper: The Times
David Sharrock

Mission to kill – Stone's letter reveals targets were Adams and McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

After the Michael Stone incident nothing surprises us anymore: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Senior DUP politicians try to defuse tensions in party: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Paisley under pressure: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Row bubbling over control of Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Proconsul will do anything to save his own skin: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Short cuts bypass Ulster democracy: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ahern call for 'collusion' inquiry: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

British colluded in 'butchery': Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

London must co-operate on collusion inquiries – Ahern: The Irish Times
Miriam Donohoe and Mark Hennessy

Government backs report on collusion in North: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Green Party demand public inquiry: UTV Internet

'What we have heard today are things we have known for years': Irish Examiner
Áine Kerr

Ahern to meet 'Miami' families: The Irish Times

The nine attacks – a litany of terror and death: Irish Examiner

Taoiseach to meet Miami Showband families: RTE

A climate of conspiracy: Irish Independent
Editorial

Families of Omagh bombing victims call for cross-Border public inquiry: Irish Examiner
Sarah Stack

Judgement is due on Omagh charges: BBC

Why I'm taking the Colonel on in court: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Victim's mother to meet Paisley: BBC

Loughinisland families visit Brussels: UTV Internet

Hopes rise of peaceful Lundy day after talks: Belfast Telegraph

IRA-accused had 10 clocks 'for 10 children': Irish Independent

Wednesday, November 29

Paisley – 'Time for SF to deliver': UTV Internet

DUP aiming to end power tensions: BBC

I've no regrets – Morrow: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Perplexing issues that surround Paisley stance: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Michael Stone planned to kill SF leaders in Stormont raid: Irish Examiner

SDLP slam Stone's former bosses: UTV Internet

Stone joins list of killers who blew chance of freedom: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Review of security at Stormont ordered: UTV Internet

Court order over Stone TV footage: BBC

Stone and his ilk fired by Paisleyite rhetoric: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Let's close the door on Stone: Belfast Telegraph (scroll down)
Gail Walker

Political threat not any worse: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Policing debate – Sinn Féin accused of 'scare tactics': (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Backing police a step into history: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Bradley hails SF policing move: The Irish Times

MI5's dangerous ascendancy in North: (from the Sunday Tribune, Nov 26)
Suzanne Breen

Adair's do-good 'conversion' ridiculed: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAlesse

Loyalist acquitted of killing Adair associate: RTE

Future of Ulster – Their aim? Reconciliation. Their means? Talking: The Independent
David McKittrick

Shamed garda's Omagh claims 'baseless': Irish Independent
Tom Brady

White's claims on Omagh have 'no foundation': Irish Examiner
Áine Kerr

Appeal over IRA convictions rejected: The Irish Times

Hain under fire after 'overruling' committee: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

British and loyalists 'colluded in bombing': Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Call for investigation into Loughinisland collusion: The Irish Times

Ahern eyes all-Ireland Celtic Tiger: UTV Internet

More honours for Trimble & Hume: UTV Internet

MTV rap after broadcasting sectarian screen messages: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Kashmiri separatist on NI mission: The Irish Times

Vision of a society that embraces all beliefs: The Herald
Richard Benjamin

Tuesday, November 28

Paisley signals readiness to enter power with Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Frank Millar

Political rift remains after Stormont chaos: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ahern reaffirms commitment to the North's peace process: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Hain calls for Sinn Fein Ard Fheis before March: UTV Internet

DUP united on power sharing, says Paisley: The Irish Times

Paisley power-sharing plan 'a sell-out on unionism': Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Dominic Cunningham

Sharing in the respect for different traditions: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Stone's exploit may be push that's needed to get this process moving: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Ringmaster and clown in political circus farce: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

UDA distances itself from Stone: BBC

House searched in Stone inquiry: The Irish Times

Dangerous fantasist abandoned by Branch: Irelandclick.com
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Stone's real cause is the quest for fame: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Where are all those weapons when you really need them?: Irelandclick.com
Robin Livingstone

Sinn Fein joins Dublin policing body: The Irish Times

'Enough is enough': Irelandclick.com
Ciarán Barnes

McCabe 4 to challenge release policy: The Irish Times

How GAA escaped from moral Maze: Belfast Telegraph
Terry McLaughlin

Omagh accused held after bombing: BBC

Revolt at police ombudsman's office: The Irish Times

Spooks to get licence to be ill: Belfast Telegraph
Pól Ó Muirí

All-island economy 'best for North': Irish Examiner
Senan Hogan

Catholics bear brunt of Scottish sectarian abuse: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Anti-Catholic bigotry is deep and pervasive, says Cardinal: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Monday, November 27

Stormont return for North's politicians: The Irish Times

SF, DUP meet tomorrow following farce: Sunday Business Post (Nov 26)
Pat Leahy and Colm Heatley

DUP and SF 'have to move forward': BBC

Painted into a corner: Sunday Business Post (Nov 26)
Colm Heatley

Sinn Féin rejects Orde speech offer: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

So brave: Sunday Life (Nov 26)
Stephen Breen

Adair dismisses Stormont alert as publicity stunt: (from the Irish News, Nov 25)
Allison Morris

Feared killer who turned to art: Daily Telegraph (Nov 25)

Stone could face 30-year prison term: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

Devolution – Who stands where on key issues: BBC

Lesson from a bloody past: Boston Globe (Nov 26)
Kevin Cullen

Carry on regardless: Sunday Business Post (Nov 26)
Brian Feeney

Did anyone write Stone into script?: (from the Irish News, Nov 25)
Susan McKay

Fudge ... with added nuts!: Sunday Life (Nov 26)
Alan McBride

Enough to have us all in need of a stiff drink: (from the Irish News, Nov 25)
James Kelly

The great prize of northern Irish peace: Financial Times
Editorial

Realignments: The Blanket (Nov 15)
John Coulter

Shoukris moved due to safety concern: Sunday Life (Nov 26)
Alan Murray

Man charged over Belfast firebombs: RTE

Second collusion report pressurises Government: Irish Examiner
Colm Heatley

Booming Belfast puts its blasts in the past: Los Angeles Times
Kim Murphy

Irish feast for 1,500 raises $2M: Boston Herald (Nov 19)
Dana Bisbee

Northern Ireland and Sri Lanka – A Comparative analysis: TamilWeek.com (Nov 25)
S. Narapalasingam

Brown – We need to stick together more than ever: Sunday Telegraph (Nov 26)
Melissa Kite

Issues of independence: The Herald
Editorial

Part of the union: The Guardian
Editorial

Sunday, November 26

Assembly to reconvene on Monday: BBC

Fury at Paisley's statement: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Protestant Militant Charged in Belfast Attack: New York Times
Eamon Quinn

Stone is held on 5 bid-to-kill charges: Scotland on Sunday
Ian Graham

UDA hit squads sent to hunt Stone: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Stone 'only wanted to go back to jail': The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

'A sad publicity act by a very sad individual': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Stormont to be under PSNI guard after loyalist attack: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

If power-sharing fails, the likes of Stone will be back: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Stone me!: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Tide has turned on Ulster mavericks: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Slab Murphy's homes are seized in €15m tax probe: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

The Bogeyman: The Blanket (Nov 19)
Anthony McIntyre

Remembering Jerry: Limerick Leader
Editorial

Prison witnesses win first step in bid for anonymity: (from the Irish News, Nov 23)

How rugby lessons are building bridges: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Frank Durkan 1930-2006: Irish Echo
Editorial

English tell Scots to go for independence: Scotland on Sunday
Brian Brady

Tony Blair's lasting legacy could be end of the Union: Sunday Telegraph
John Curtice

It would be folly to divide the United Kingdom: Sunday Telegraph
Editorial

Saturday, November 25

Attack on N. Ireland Assembly foiled: Los Angeles Times
William Graham

Despite Setbacks, Blair Is Hopeful on Ulster Local Rule: New York Times
Eamon Quinn

Ex-terrorist hurls firebombs into Stormont: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Stone attack overshadows day of confusion at Stormont: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Dan Keenan Mark Hennessy

PMs speak out to defend process: UTV Internet

Ahern welcomes further 'clarity' from Paisley: RTE

Stone intervention may have caused Paisley u-turn: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee and Áine Kerr

UPRG – 'Stone acted alone': UTV Internet

Stone to appear in court this morning: RTE

Stone's friends describe 'crippling' illness: UTV Internet

How 'hero' is regarded now will be measure of progress: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Murderous lone ranger pops up again to steal the 'historic' limelight: Irish Independent
Alan Murray

Michael Stone – Loyalist icon: CNN

A hardened terrorist who murdered without regret: The Times
David Sharrock

Turning to Stone – Life as a loyalist hitman: Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley

First signs of DUP public split: UTV Internet

Policing is key for DUP to move on the peace process: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Hain kicks off with 'Alice in Wonderland' act while Big man Ian moves the goalposts: Irish Independent

Curtain call amiss at Belfast panto: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Editorials

Sinn Féin launches marching proposal: (from the Irish News)
Claire Simpson

Councillor gets 'threat warning': BBC

Hain stands by victims appointment: The Irish Times

'No apology' from Hain over victims commissioner appointment: UTV Internet

INLA killers free to roam Strabane – inquest told: Derry Journal

Rare chance to explore the role of art in conflict: (from the Irish News)
Luke Ryan

Leaving Cert Irish 'enough' to buy house in Gaeltacht, court rules: Irish Independent
Ann O Loughlin

Blair's parting shot in defence of Union: The Herald
Douglas Fraser

Friday, November 24


Update

Loyalist held in Stormont alert: BBC  — 9am EST (2:00 GMT)

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Paisley under pressure to make or break Stormont deal: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Dominic Cunningham

Transitional assembly to be elected in Stormont: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Up to brink as Assembly deadline looms: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Empey – 'Govt frantic for solution': UTV Internet

Paisley silent on Free Presbyterian warning: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

There's no fool like an old fool: The Times
Dean Godson

As the man says … Kicking for touch: Ulster Herald

Stormont lights must not be dimmed: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

The all-Ireland éminence grise: Village (Nov 16)
Vincent Browne

Tories reject NI poll overtures: BBC

'Independent' pledge on job probe: BBC

Peter Hain – a law unto himself?: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Public consultation a real drain on time and money: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Equality Agenda – British Rhetoric and Reality: The Blanket (Nov 13)
Martin Galvin

Omagh judge wants statement probe: BBC

'I'm lucky to be above the ground': Village (Nov 16)
Frank Connolly

It makes economic sense for a single economy: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

New attack linked to feuding families: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Bid to turn Twelfth into festival gaining ground: (from the Irish News, Nov 4)
Maeve Connolly

Watch Scotland … the surge of nationalism could transform politics south of the border: The Independent (Nov 21)
Steve Richards

Thursday, November 23

Hain warns SF, DUP on devolution: The Irish Times

Hain to contact NI parties about meeting: RTE

Paisley-SF move 'heartbreaking': BBC

Sinn Fein urged to back police: UTV Internet

NI devolution bill passed by House of Lords: The Irish Times

I'm backing Hain, says PM: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

Hain probe – three papers are key: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

The hurdles at Stormont loom large: The Guardian
Michael White

Northern Ireland foes edge toward sharing power: Christian Science Monitor
Mark Rice-Oxley

Bleak picture if nominations fail: BBC
Mark Devenport

The del boy rule of no 10 … : Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Unionists still believe they own the north: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Inquiry must not hold up devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Nationalists rail against new MI5 role in Ulster: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Security Service to deliver on five key principles of working: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Revolutionary Unionism: The Blanket (Nov 13)
John Coulter

Man freed over Haddock charges: UTV Internet

CIRA 'hit list' man appeals to dissidents: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Omagh suspect is freed: News of the World (Oct 29)
Martin Breen

Taoiseach told of Fullertons' concerns about 1991 murder: (from the Irish News, Nov 17)
Valerie Robinson

'The Boss' brings NI rivals closer: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Tony Blair dismisses SNP's 'flimsy' economic case for independence: The Scotsman
James Kirkup & Peter MacMahon

Wednesday, November 22

NI devolution bill clears Commons: The Irish Times

Stormont committee will meet weekly: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peter Hain throws down the gauntlet: UTV Internet

North to get policing powers in 2008 – Hain: The Irish Times

Parties inching towards peace deal after years of 'not an inch': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Anything goes for the vote winners: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

A Deal Done By Quislings: The Blanket (Nov 15)
Mick Hall

Blair backs Hain in victims row: The Irish Times

PM urged to intervene in Hain affair: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Mark Hookam

Hain has Downing Street support: UTV Internet

Manchester properties worth €2.2m frozen in IRA probe: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin

Tomás Ó Raghallaigh – The Sinn Fein assemblyman on the ongoing struggle for a united Ireland: Los Angeles City Beat
Joe Piasecki

New spook palace is the last thing we need: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Haddock inquiry call over judge's comments: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Haddock jailed for 10 years, but may be out in only two: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

'Open competition' to join parades body: (from the Irish News, Nov 18)
Catherine Morrison

North victims fund extended: The Irish Times

Spirit triumphs in Northern Ireland, volunteer says: Toledo Blade (Nov 18)
David Yonke

Housing bias: Irelandclick.com (Nov 17)
Editorial

Death of a tartan terrorist: The Sunday Times (Oct 8)
Kenny Farquharson

Tuesday, November 21

British MPs to debate North power-sharing: The Irish Times

Sinn Fein and DUP start talking . . . but no sign of big Ian: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Dominic Cunningham

Adams warned as Sinn Fein drags feet on policing: The Herald
Michael Settle

Deadline looms large on horizon: Irelandclick.com
Áine McEntee

Church leaders hopeful of a peace deal: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

War is over – politics is new armed combat: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Time of the essence to broker a deal: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Countdown to a comedown?: Irelandclick.com
Editorial

Gardai review Adams' security: The Irish Times

Contra Con Artists: The Blanket (Nov 18)
Anthony McIntyre

Inquiry into 'misleading' Hain letter: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Hain faces top-level inquiry over 'victims' appointment: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

N Ireland's new inter-faith estates: BBC
Kevin Connolly

Mark Haddock jailed for 10 years: UTV Internet

Mother waits ten years for her son's killers to be caught: (from the Irish News, Nov 16)
Bimpe Fatogun

Bomb link claimed at Omagh trial: BBC

Ulster-Scots job ad only in English: (from the Irish News, Nov 18)
Claire Simpson

Inquiry call after £250,000 went to Ulster-Scots show: Irelandclick.com
Ciarán Barnes

Ulster-Scots in the depths: Belfast Telegraph
Pól Ó Muirí

'The council should be ashamed over wreath laid by UVF terrorists': Sunday Life (Nov 19)
Stephen Breen

Eleven residents of Ardoyne targeted by loyalist gang: Irelandclick.com (Nov 17)
Ciarán Barnes

Former' Miami' members set for tearful reunion: Sunday Life (Nov 19)
Eddie McIlwaine

Game passes off peacefuly: Irelandclick.com
Áine McEntee

Gay rights law 'being forced through': Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

Head of the Anglican church meets Pope – but no Ian this time: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Unity with Catholics 'has hit the buffers': Daily Telegraph (Nov 16)
Jonathan Petre

Monday, November 20

North's parties to meet today after postponement: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Parties 'must decide ministers': BBC

Paisley says no to Stormont meeting: Sunday Life (Nov 19)
Alan Murray

Warm welcome for the announcement of March date for Assembly elections: Irelandclick.com (Nov 17)
Ciarán Barnes

'Let's consign direct rule to the dustbin': Sunday Life (Nov 19)
Peter Hain

Election date casts dull cloud over sick counties: (from the Irish News, Nov 18)
James Kelly

Who Can Get Dr No to Say Yes?: The Blanket (Nov 11)
John Coulter

Deal concerns must be aired: (from the Irish News, Nov 18)
Editorial

Inter-Parliamentary Body finally meets in the north: (from Fortnight)
Gary Kent

'D' for disaffected: Sunday Life (Nov 19)
Brian Rowan

Misfits need to be faced down: Irelandclick.com (Nov 17)
Martin Morgan

Murphy's flaw!: Sunday Life (Nov 19)

Bumbling Hain obscures last week's political gaffe: (from the Irish News, Nov 16)
Newton Emerson

Catholics 77% of housing waiting list: Irelandclick.com (Nov 17)
Áine McEntee

MPs set to discuss UVF threat to journalist: Sunday Life (Nov 19)
Ciaran Murray

Gaelgeoir shops boycott over Dingle name change: Irish Independent

DUP 'super bigots' veto bilingual signs: Irelandclick.com (Nov 16)
Evan Short

United Ireland Party pulls official logo: Irish Independent

Writhing in the ecstasy of oppression: Sunday Independent (Nov 19)
Declan Lynch

Electricity move shocks Empey: Sunday Business Post (Nov 19)

Facing a taxing question: Irelandclick.com (Nov 16)
Editorial

Taxing lessons to be learned from Northern Ireland: The Herald
Jim Mather

Sunday, November 19

Election timing angers DUP: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

DUP will not be rushed – Robinson: BBC

Alliance slam govt over talks snub: UTV Internet

Big picture trumps tough talking: BBC
Mark Devenport

Troubles' ended?: Philadelphia Inquirer

SF slow on uptake over new NI role for MI5: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Call for more scrutiny of MI5's role in Ulster: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Police winning over republican heartland: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

SF must say yes to policing: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Gerry and Martin, the unlikeliest martyrs: Sunday Independent
Emer O'Kelly

Parties ignore deadline: Sunday Business Post
Brian Feeney

Republicans deny plot to murder Adams: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Gallagher – Adams death threat is bogus: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Real IRA threat not going away: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Meticulous records reveal extent of IRA's criminal operations: Sunday Independent
Liam Collins

Corrupt company's link to Sinn Fein $375,000 fundraiser: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

North corporate tax cut is not the answer: Sunday Business Post
Peter Bunting

Did prison education bring peace?: BBC
Kevin Connolly

'History catching up with Provos' – O'Malley: Sunday Independent
Don Lavery

Objection to Catholic murder ended British officer's army career: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Sunday World's 'spy' story cleared by PCC: Press Gazette (Nov 16)
Dominic Ponsford

UEFA monitors Celtic fans for sectarian singing: The Sunday Times
Rodger Baillie

Saturday, November 18

New pledge set to move power-sharing forward: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

MLAs will still be paid: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Alliance anger after NI talks exclusion: The Irish Times

Chief Constable on patrol in Derry – Orde urges SF to back policing: Derry Journal

North-south veto cannot be enforced: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

A new assembly can't cure all ills: (from the Irish News)
Paddy Murphy

Backlash against Brown's £50bn package: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Time to focus on economy: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

No room for MI5 in the North: Village (Nov 9)
Gerry Adams

INLA not targeting SF leadership – insists IRSP: Derry Journal

Gardai probe Real IRA link with arms seized in city: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Who Will Head Friends of Ireland?: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com

Ó Cuív says he will not oppose name change: RTE

Martin Ferris and the Boston criminal: Village (Aug 17)

PSNI GAA team in first gardai win: BBC

Chief police officers outraged by bigotry report: The Herald (Nov 17)
Cameron Simpson

Friday, November 17

Formula for nomination of NI ministers sought: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Policing deadlock still threatens deal in North: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna, Bernard Purcell and Dan McGinn

Hain confirms ministerial pledge deadline: RTE

Dup 'delight' at prospect of March poll: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and Claire McNeilly

Assembly law fudges deadline day: BBC
Martina Purdy

Divided in peace: New Statesman
John Kampfner

Light shining at the end of the tunnel: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Americans Confused by Lack of Progress on NI Policing Issues: The Universe

Adams on guard: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon & Anne Cadwallader

Some republicans sowing seeds of confusion: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Extra human rights powers, Diplock courts to go: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

Individuals under loyalist threat call for protection: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Border landmine was aimed at community police: Impartial Reporter

Judge to rule over victims' post: BBC

Hain back in the dock: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Hain 'should consider position': BBC

Assisting victims' families: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Families' in extended campaign: Down Democrat

Omagh DNA evidence 'unreliable': BBC

Terry Waite to unveil Omagh bomb archive: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

War of words holds up memorial to bomb victims: Ulster Herald

No parade before laying up colours angers RIR soldiers: Impartial Reporter

Born Fighter a Senate Winner: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Tom Deignan

'Teach players to tackle sectarianism': The Scotsman
Louise Gray

Thursday, November 16

Deal legislation to be unveiled: BBC

'Ulster must be led into the light': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Fein at Holyrood for talks on peace process: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

A final salvo from Seamus Close at the end of 30 years of politics: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Pledge to fully endorse police: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Boiling the frog: Belfast Telegraph
Robert McCartney

Proconsul's jiggery-pokery comes at a price: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

The panto stars: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Looking to political progress at Edentubber anniversary: Newry Democrat

Threats to Sinn Fein 'very real': BBC

Cameron – Sinn Féin should hand over killers: Irish Examiner

Outrage over laying of UVF wreath at City Hall cenotaph: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Violence fears as new boss boots out old guard: Sunday Life (Nov 12)
Stephen Breen

A constant voice of moderation in a society that was torn apart: (from the Irish News, Nov 14)
William Scholes

RIRA bomb 'designed to kill police': Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

O'Dea pulls out of launch for IRA man's biography: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Unions slam North tax cut move: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Delights of the north – After The Troubles come the tourists: The Independent
David McKittrick

Washington to host NI exhibition: BBC (Nov 8)

Meehan, back from Northern Ireland, sees a less violent region: Lowell Sun
Evan Lehman



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