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Friday, November 30

Empey seeks talks with Executive party leaders: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Unease in 'mandatory coalition': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

UUP 'cannot agree on anything': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Sinn Féin wants to bring agenda for change to new Oireachtas all-Ireland Committee: Ulster Herald

Public meeting for Quinn family: Newry Democrat

Locals will break code of silence on border killing: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Ciaran Byrne

Ahern may look a fool if IRA is blamed: Irish Independent
Ciaran Byrne

Policing 'first' for west Belfast: BBC

New unionist party – Campbell adopts 'wait and see' approach: Derry Journal (Nov 27)

We need a solution to the 'mixed housing' problem: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Stay away from Fahan St – community leaders hope for peaceful Lundy parade: Derry Journal

NI leaders on US investment trip: BBC

Colombia Three Still a Mystery: Irish Voice/
John Spain

Relatives of 'Glenanne gang' victims demand DPP meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Groups need to prove worth: (from the Irish News)

PSNI says Stalker report is 'top secret': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Peace dividend brings record number of tourists: UTV Internet

Northern Ireland bids to make the future Orange for its visitors: The Independent
David McKittrick

FAIR chief to run tours of terror spots: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Maze stadium plan 'moves closer': BBC

Wonderful fans deserve 'football for all' stadium: Impartial Reporter

Irish FA scraps 60-year-old ban on Sunday matches: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'Stormont should hold reception for new Cardinal': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Historic tour finishes in sea of sound and colour: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Thursday, November 29

Parties' verbals continue: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Robinson hits out at Executive partners: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Stormont split widens: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Stormont dishes up menu free of spice: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

UUP and SDLP should work the system they have: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Meeting held for murdered Paul Quinn: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Murder behind a wall of silence: BBC
Liz MacKean

No retaliation say Quinn supporters: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Two held over policeman shooting: BBC

Paper defends stance on anti-drugs campaign: (from the Irish News)

Collusion families 'vindicated': BBC

Yet more name calling: Derry Journal (Nov 27)

Ulster-Scots will feature in ads: BBC
Yvette Shapiro

Santa turns green as Sinn Féin launches gift list: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

SDLP warned over Fianna Fail link: BBC

Free sterling-to-euro transfers introduced: The Independent
Paul Gosling

Is it time to redesign the union flag?: The Guardian
Carolyn Hitt

Faith schools and social cohesion: New Statesman (Nov 27)
Paul Donovan

Wednesday, November 28

UUP chief hits out at two-party cabal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Robinson hits out at Executive partners: The News Letter

UUP, SDLP are 'problem parties' – McGuinness: RTE

Panto season underway for the boys at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Divisions 'have not gone away': (from the Irish News, Nov 26)
William Graham

Politics on the back burner as Chuckle Brothers hunt for jobs: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

MEP heralds end of 'Ulster sell-out': The News Letter

I did not kill Paul Quinn says Treanor: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

'Real IRA' issues threat to North police:

32CSM 'not behind Creggan drug list': Derry Journal

Drug dealer 'executed by mainstream republicans': Sunday Life (Nov 25)
Stephen Breen

Molloy spy claims are 'unfounded': Tyrone Times

Victory for families of 8 killed by UVF gang: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Victims' families urged to attend meeting:

Families of the Disappeared tell their stories: UTV Internet

'Take small step and run with it': (from the Irish News)
Margaret Canning

New name change move 'doomed to failure'- says Campbell: Derry Journal

Cold case team confident they can crack murders: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Writs are issued by Orde and Stevens: The News Letter

Somme group to get Irish government cash for Cork trip: UTV Internet

Norn Iron... for Croke!: Belfast Telegraph

Minister proposes a redesign for the union flag: The Guardian
Patrick Wintour

Tuesday, November 27

We have a dozen branches – Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP warning over assembly 'risk': BBC

We can't go alone, UUP man tells party: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The subtle nuances of 'unparliamentary' debate: The News Letter
Alex Kane

DUP man urges repeal of law on religious hatred: (from the Irish News)
Rebecca Black

PSNI must meet challenge of peace: Derry Journal

Incident had hallmarks of bad policing – SF: Derry Journal

Human rights goes back to baking bread in a slum: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

US Ambassador – Our links with US are still sacred: Irish Examiner

Emails 'prove SF gagged Monaghan': (from the Irish News)
Rebecca Black

'Sash Gordon', superhero, joins Orange Order: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Orange sentiments 'a real encouragement': The News Letter

North-south gathering is one few among us thought we'd ever witness in our lifetime: Irish Independent (Nov 26)
John Cooney

New Project for Kid's Group: Irish Voice/
April Drew

Minister backs cross-border access to GPs: The News Letter
Laura Murphy

Bomb Victim's Dad Hits Out: Daily Record (Nov 22)

Daft Doc Stuck in Time Warp: (Nov 25)
Anna Smith

Union Jack should include Welsh flag, says MP: Daily Telegraph
Gary Cleland

Let's have a vote on the monarchy: The Times
Mick Hume

Why sectarianism is a fit subject for the Scottish classroom: The Herald
Ross Deuchar

Monday, November 26

Dissidents will ratchet up their terror campaign: Sunday Life (Nov 25)
Stephen Breen

DPPs' work must be safeguarded: (from the Irish News, Nov 21)

Loyalist informer remains on the run: Sunday Life (Nov 25)
Ciaran McGuigan

Colombia escape facts must stay secret says Monaghan: (from the Irish News, Nov 24)
Barry McCaffrey

House of Lords rejects Northern Bank suspect's appeal over detention: Sunday Business Post (Nov 25)
Kieron Wood

Complaint knock-back: (Nov 23)
Roisin McManus

I'll meet PUP boss: Sunday Life (Nov 25)
Stephen Breen

Politicians have to reclaim our criminal justice system: (from the Irish News, Nov 15)
Newton Emerson

Cardinal's elevation will 'inspire' the North: RTE

McGuinness hopes for NI papal visit:

Irish peace: Asian Age (Nov 25)
Seema Mustafa

Sunday, November 25

Allister set to unveil new unionist group: The News Letter

DUP split over Molloy 'police informer' claims: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Pity you didn't speak in the 70s, Roy: (Nov 23)
Des Wilson

Good response to shooting appeal: Derry Journal

Dissidents plan West DPP meeting protest: (Nov 23)
Ciarán Barnes & Roisin McManus

Real IRA on road to nowhere: Derry Journal
Raymond McCartney

Flute band hits out at 'racist' allegations: The News Letter

Row over SF warning to youths: Derry Journal

Council cash for Republican band?: Ballymoney Times

Local Irish speakers take their case to Brussels: (Nov 23)

Call for Irish Language Officer in Moyle?: Ballymoney Times

Move over King Billy, there's a new hero in town: Belfast Telegraph
Victor Gordon

Youth issues topping the agenda: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

I defied threats to return to Derry: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 20)
Clare Weir

Man remanded on INLA, weapon charge:

Ruane planning to scrap the border: The News Letter

British embassy snub for Ireland's WWII veterans: Sunday Independent
Liam Collins

Celtic fans oppose IRA song stance: (from the Irish News, Nov 22)

Relish the value of cultural differences: Scotland on Sunday
Kenny Farquharson

Solutions to militancy and separatism: Daily Times (Pakistan, Nov 19)
Iftikhar Gilani

War and peace: Economic Times (India, Nov 22)
Masood Hussain

The Church in England – Downright Un-American: New York Times
Geoffrey Wheatcroft

Saturday, November 24

Quinn family seek meeting with Paisley over killing: Belfast Telegraph

Number of Catholics applying to join police hits record high: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Orange Order creates superhero: BBC

Molloy denies being involved in murder of 'friend': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Ireland has made friends of enemies – McAleese: RTE

McAliskey extradition bid refused: BBC

McGuinness, Paisley Schedule Set: Irish Voice/ (scroll down)

Peer is all at sea after he leaves Ulster out of UK: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Bloody Sunday 'ready next year': BBC

Recognising each other's legitimacy may free us: (from the Irish News, Nov 19)
Roy Garland

Brady honour acknowledges the historic role of Armagh: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Links can transform economy – Robinson:

Loyalist Stone set to stand trial: BBC

Murder-trial Marine in Canadian race row: (from the Irish News, Nov 22)
Allison Morris

St. Pat idea no parade favorite: New York Newsday (Nov 7)
Adam Pincus

Salmond is fishing for oil that he has no chance of getting free: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 20)
Barry White

Friday, November 23

IRA is 'protected' by peace process: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Unionist no-show clouds historic meeting: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Seanad seats proposed for North:

Fianna Fail to fight Euro election in Northern Ireland: (from the News Letter, Nov 22)
Liam Clarke

Parade talks come to proud end: Belfast Telegraph

Band's decision common sense: (from the Irish News)

Legal threat over UDA-linked plan: BBC

Sinn Féin take seats on Omagh DPP: Ulster Herald
Mark McKelvey

Threats to members of the DPP condemned: Down Democrat

Sinn Fein in Christmas tree row: BBC

Mayor of Lisburn told he was 'not welcome' in Stoneyford: Lisburn Star
Neil Greenlees

SF 'directing' book promotion: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

MLA denies involvement in murder: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Ashleigh Wallace

Access to report crucial in quest for justice: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Former IRA men claim discrimination:

Help for soldiers left traumatised by the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph

Quigley says it's Sinn Fein in disarray: Derry Journal (Nov 20)

Still standing, but where?: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

'Pro-IRA' fan stands firm: The Scotsman (Nov 22)

End of Troubles paves way for tourists: Edmonton Journal (Nov 21)
Liam Brennan

Thursday, November 22

Accused challenges Laird's Quinn claims: Newry Democrat
Donal O'Reilly

UUP are not the 'defenders of the Union' say DUP: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

NI politicians to join Dáil committee:

NI MPs attending Dail committee: BBC

Religion 'not reason' for cop shooting: Derry Journal

Response to shootings shamefully inadequate: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Where's the feel good factor?: Derry Journal

No place for Assembly infighting: Belfast Telegraph

On their way: Irish Echo

New peaceline at Belfast school:

Sectarian graffiti is condemned: Derry Journal

'Sectarian' claim over street cleaning decision rejected: Lisburn Star
Neil Greenlees

Minister hails new era on visit to Paisley's heartland: Belfast Telegraph

These 'hate crimes' against Orange halls must stop: The News Letter
Irish Robinson

Chuckle all you like, we still hate each other: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Loyalist flute band calls off protest march: The News Letter

INLA order 'drug dealer' to leave Derry: Derry Journal

DUP MP claims Sinn Fein MLA is 'informer':

Molloy challenges Simpson on informer claim: RTE

IRA 'censors' Colombia Three author: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Extradition to Colombia unlikely says Monaghan: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Troubles group to hold public meetings:

De Brun urges move on language: UTV Internet

Curistan wins another round in court battle: (Nov20)

Giuliani angers Irish-America: Irish Democrat (Nov 13)
David Granville

Salmond aims for strong links with Belfast and Cardiff: The Herald
Douglas Fraser

Wednesday, November 21

MP set to name 'agent' in House of Commons: The News Letter

Sooner the better for return of policing in south Armagh: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

North must tackle challenges before feelgood factor is lost: Belfast Telegraph
Maurice Hayes

Troubled waters for the North: Derry Journal
Gerry Murray

Speaker proves his impartiality: (from the Irish News)

PSNI appeals for information on Derry shooting: RTE

Sinn Féin 'won't be deflected':
Ciarán Barnes

'Police fractured my arm': (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

UDA move 'not enough': Derry Journal

Stoneyford intimidation:
Ciarán Barnes

Boys switch 'Lundy' parade: Derry Journal

Banned from Donegall Pass but parade will pass Short Strand:
Chris McCann

Republicans 'silencing' Colombia 3 author: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Colombia Three man denies Sinn Fein interview gag: Irish Independent
Fergus Black and Grainne Cunningham

SF blocks motion against 'unfair' system: The News Letter

SF not surprised by Irish 'snub': (from the Irish News)
Rebecca Black

Compulsory Irish rule to be lifted for lawyers: Irish Independent

Poots praises Irish attitude to Ulster Scots: The News Letter
Collin O'Carroll

Dissidents plan commemoration: Derry Journal

Denis inquest begins:

ID 'a legal requirement to travel to Great Britain': The News Letter

Ahern to visit Paisley constituency:

Outrage after Celtic fans' champion defends pro-IRA chants at matches: The Scotsman
Craig Brown

Trade mission to Ireland planned: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Ron DaParma

Longer detention plays into hands of terrorists: Financial Times
Patrick Mercer

Tuesday, November 20

Quinn group says Laird claim 'partly inaccurate': (from the Irish News, Nov 16)
Claire Simpson

Quinn friend tells of final moments: Belfast Telegraph

In face of injustice pursuit for the truth will rage on: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Protesters halt Belfast DPP meeting:

DUP MP suspended from Assembly: The News Letter

Stormont's new fiefdoms: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Opposition key ingredient: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Does the rise in dissident attacks pose a real threat?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Parades ruling is a 'pay-off': (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Parade row band rebukes mayor: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

PSNI stumped by murder of top loyalist:

Prove to us you're serious: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 12)
Brian Rowan

SF denies link to intimidation of Gemma McCartney:

Hoey sure FIFA bosses will 'see sense' over issue: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

New Causeway centre row: The News Letter (Nov 15)

Foster considers McKay legal move: BBC

Don't blame my department for Paisley cottage saga – Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

700,000 paid every year to families with cupla focal: Irish Independent
Brian McDonald

Attacking Irish: (Nov 16)

UUP in bid to safeguard Union: The News Letter

The English forget that they have a parliament: The Herald (Nov 8)
Ian McWhirter

Monday, November 19

UDA kingpins under threat from rebels: Sunday Life (Nov 18)

Margaret Ritchie has to be legally right, not just morally: The News Letter (Oct 24)
Iris Robinson

Is this your end to criminality, Jackie?: Sunday Life (Nov 18)

I need to get out of here: Sunday Life (Nov 18)

Laird almighty!: Sunday Tribune (Nov 18)

Louis's poppy love points to our blooming maturity: Sunday Independent (Nov 18)
Andrea Byrne

Fresh delay in McGurk's report: (Nov 16)
Áine McEntee

Loyalist banned from taking part in Israeli project: (from the Irish News, Nov 17)

Churches' role in dealing with Northern Ireland's past: Christian Today (Nov 17))
Michael Jackson

Dodds hails all-Ireland market: (from the Irish News, Nov 13)
John Manley

O'Hanlon rejects SF criticism after Dail group 'exclusion': The Anglo-Celt

Surprise coup a filip for tourism industry: (from the Irish News, Nov 17)
James Kelly

The West Lothian Question – Labour MPs want answers: The Scotsman
Hamish MacDonnell & Gerri Peev

Sunday, November 18

Dissidents threaten Meehan's widow: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Real IRA geared to strike again at PSNI: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Real IRA predicts more attacks: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

Residents 'sickened' by loyalist attack on homes: (from the Irish News, Nov 13)
Allison Morris

UFF 'stand-down' not all it's cracked up to be: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

UDA/UFF has a long way to go: (Nov 16)
Martin Morgan

Informer claims SDLP plot aims to discredit ex-loyalist associates: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Loss of face led to brutal IRA killing: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

PSNI investigates fire at Armagh house:

Conor Murphy slams Armagh attacks: UTV Internet

Denials do more damage than the original crime: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Not yet a love-in – Northern nationalists and the PSNI: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

McGuinness – we owe the police and fire crews a huge debt: Belfast Telegraph (Nov 14)
Clare Weir

High Court drama at Lawlor inquest: (Nov 16)
Alana Fearon

SF man's threat to McCartney girl's cancer unit: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

McDowell uses 'Pinochet defence' but fails to show: (Nov 16)

Sinn Féin and DUP clash on attacks: (Nov 16)
Alana Fearon

Meehan urges renewal of Hibernian mission: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Diaspora comes alive: Irish Voice/

Gaelscoil parents reject minister's English directive: Irish Examiner (Nov 14)
Niall Murray

Film director's personal journey: Sunday Life (Nov 11)

Trimble attacks English-only Commons vote: The Observer
Henry McDonald

It will take two sides to scupper the union: Sunday Herald
James Cusick

Saturday, November 17

Peer highlights contradiction between Woodward and IMC: The News Letter

Real IRA trains units for new 'armed struggle': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

SDLP, SF, Orange Order threatened:

Threats to parties and Orangemen: BBC

Orange Order members warned of possible attack: UTV Internet

Kelly – 'Threats from dissidents won't stop us achieving our objectives': UTV Internet

Don't be borne back ceaselessly into the past: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Ditch loyalist parade says mayor: BBC

Lo protest parade faces restrictions: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

SDLP regret over election advert: BBC

SF and Police shake hands at DPP meeting: Ballymoney Times
Nevin Farrell

Tom takes up new role as chair of West Belfast DPP:
Ciarán Barnes

FIFA blasted by MP over football ruling: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Football chiefs to make crunch ruling in Tokyo: The News Letter

Man to publish Colombia Three story: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Plea to Orde in post-traumatic stress impasse: The News Letter

Relatives attend emotional service: Impartial Reporter

Irish signs threat to Britishness in Rasharkin: Ballymoney Times
Nevin Farrell

Carlow man jailed for IRA membership:

Labour to debate party's role in NI: RTE

Northern Ireland 'made of sponge': BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

N.I. Leaders May Head St. Pat's Parades: Irish Voice/
April Drew

Earmark funds used to increase 'mutual understanding' with Ireland: Washington Examiner (Nov 16)
Susan Ferrechio

Friday, November 16

RIRA group denies Quinn murder link: Newry Democrat

Lord Laird challenged to repeat murder allegation: (from the Irish News)

Adams condemns 'exploitation' of Quinn murder: Newry Democrat

Troubled waters: The Economist

Police back at scene of Real IRA murder bid: Belfast Telegraph
William Allen and Will Ellison

'Don't be in intimidated' – local people urged: Derry Journal

Bid to wreck remembrance: Newry Democrat

'Cruel and despicable act': Impartial Reporter

Staying silent no longer an option: (from the Irish News, Nov 14)

How five deaths in 1957 are still echoing today: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

We are finally on a path towards a new Ireland: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Rowdy welcome for first SF police chair: Newry Democrat

PSNI warn of threats against SDLP & Sinn Féin: RTE

UDA move 'insult to Greysteel victims': Derry Journal

SDLP and Fianna Fail: Derry Journal (Nov 13)

Criminal case considered over Donaldson death: RTE

Murdered man's family loose faith in gardai investigation: UTV Internet

Parade restrictions put in place: BBC

Lady Trimble to serve on Human Rights Commission: UTV Internet

INLA Chief of Staff was shot by Official IRA in 1977: Bray People (Nov 8)

Spin the wheels of fortune for us: Belfast Telegraph

Former IRA members suspects in hotel raid: RTE

From North to Pakistan – Reynolds the peace broker: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien


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