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Monday, November 30

Cowen to meet Brown amid fears over Assembly future: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP and Sinn Fein play new blame game over policing: Belfast Telegraph

DUP causing 'justice train-wreck': BBC

DUP crux exposes fault lines in power sharing (Nov 29): Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Confidence and policing and justice: BBC

Clear the decks as the good ship Stormont heads for the shallows: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Nationalist dad of PSNI officer driven from home (Nov 29): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Bomb scene revisited one week on: BBC

Same Game, New Rules (Nov 29): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Blogging Peelers avoid hot topic (Nov 28): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Police praise for 'loyalist art (Nov 28): Irish News
Allison Morris

'Loyalist mob' injures 10 police offiicers during Portadown riot: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI quizzed on trouble response: BBC

McGuinness tops popularity poll: UTV Internet

From gunman to politician of note: Belfast Telegraph

Fermanagh latest northern county on FF hitlist (Nov 29): Sunday Tribune
Conor McMorrow

McGurk's street name rejected (Nov 28): Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Vigilantes 'damaging city image': BBC

No sense in Croke Park reverting to ban, says Kelly: The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Republic turning Northern Ireland blood donors away over mad cow disease fears: Belfast Telegraph

'One job lost' for every 150 shopping trips over border: Irish Independent
Grainne Cunningham

Top police brass in Northern Ireland to learn 'fair policing' models (Nov 29): Jerusalem Post
Ben Hartman

Scots poll on leaving Union 'a year away': Belfast Telegraph

The real question is – does independence matter? (Nov 29): Sunday Herald
Iain MacWhirter

Sunday, November 29

Date needed on policing issue – McGuinness: RTE

Brown and Cowen to meet next week: BBC

PSNI return to scene of bomb attack: UTV Internet

Northern Ireland justice minister 'must insist MI5 shares intelligence': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Marbled halls of Stormont hold solution to violence: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

The Troubles return with a dangerous whimper: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Omagh legal aid appeals decision due: Irish News

Bonfire clean-ups cost £150,410 (Nov 24): Belfast Telegraph

Victim's family outraged as loyalist band honouring killer to pass scene of murder: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey and Maeve Connolly

Navy to investigate security breach: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Judges may quash up to 100 Diplock convictions: Irish News
Allison Morris

Gaelscoil-lite plan to treble number of Irish speakers: The Sunday Times
Stephen O'Brien

Clerical power has been 'market driven' by people's faith (Nov 27): The Times
Mary Kenny

Why Ireland Is Running Out of Priests: Time
Bryan Coll

The Commonwealth is a jamboree of repression (Nov 24):
Tom Porteous

I trust the people to save the Union: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Independence vote offers only chance for Scotland to plan route to national prosperity (Nov 26): The Scotsman
George Kerevan

Support for referendum at new low: The Sunday Times
Jason Allardyce

Saturday, November 28

Taoiseach to meet McGuinness over party relations in North: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Robinson call for Stormont change: BBC

Peace deal a success but hard work still to be done: Belfast Telegraph
Colin Harvey

A man with a radical new vision for policing: The Independent
Peter Stanford

Resignation call is 'cheap politics' – Chivers: Derry Journal

Murder-bid accused was in Irish army: Irish News

Call for Irish army 'collusion inquiry': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Assault a challenge to freedom of press: Irish News

Home of Jim Gray crony is seized: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist Knight has sentence adjourned: UTV Internet

UUP's 'Flash Harry' to rock Upper Bann (Nov 25): The News Letter

RAAD parade cocaine 'mules': Derry Journal

'IRA men used threats to extort £150,000': BBC

Anger at 'colour party' decision: Irish News

The Clintons aim to keep their worlds from colliding (Nov 26): Washington Post
Mary Beth Sheridan

US spotlight on city: Londonderry Sentinel

Book outlines claim of first to paint Free Derry slogan: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Ring's claims disingenuous and preposterous – Ó Cuív: Mayo Advertiser
Toni Bourke

Hey, preacher – leave those kids alone: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Church relationship with Irish society has itself been abusive: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

North 'well and truly battered' in recession (Nov 23): Irish News
James Stinson

If shopping in Northern Ireland saves you enough for a doctor's visit, then what's the problem?: Irish Independent
Medb Ruane

Basque man faces fresh extradition appeal: UTV Internet

STUC calls on Celtic fans to fly flag for Palestine at Israeli match: The Scotsman
Tristan Stewart-Robertson

The Big Question – What is the Commonwealth's role, and is it relevant to global politics? (Nov 26): The Independent
Daniel Howden

Friday, November 27

No progress from Brown meetings on devolution: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Fein refuses to budge on its deadline for policing: Belfast Telegraph

Prison carefully left out of policing and justice debate: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Chief Constable promises more police on streets in county: Impartial Reporter

Man arrested in Rossinver in connection with Garrison in shooting: Leitrim Observer

Sinn Féin DPP Chair receives death threat (Nov 23): Ballymoney Times

Has Northern Ireland left the past behind?: BBC
Ruth McDonald

PSNI reserve legal challenge ends: BBC

Police chief says sorry to the Head of Town residents: Strabane Chronicle

Keep politics out of policing:
Hugh Orde

Still a distance to travel to establish equality in north: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Men 'wanted to do damage' – editor: BBC

Jim McDowell – Crusading journalist hated by thugs exposed in his stories: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Former loyalist paramilitary jailed over knife attack: BBC

Bail order to avoid paramilitaries is impossible – lawyer: Belfast Telegraph

Peace summit hears call for more victims' debate: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Peter Mandelson's closeness to Gaddafi's son 'is sickening': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry and Lauren Turner

Man's 'relief' at quashing of 1976 terror conviction: Belfast Telegraph

Can Slugger bring peace among online commenters?: BBC
Greg McKevitt

Irish church has suffered dramatic fall from grace: The Independent
David McKittrick

Act of Settlement – the history of why Catholics cannot rule over Britain: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope

Vicar threatened with violence if his parish goes over to Rome (Nov 23):
Damian Thompson

Religion? It's time to grow up (Nov 24): Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Southern tourists add £8m to coffers: Belfast Telegraph

Cheaper thrills at the North's tills (Nov 24): The Irish Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

Bloody Sunday barrister assigned to represent Karadzic in The Hague: The Irish Times
Eamonn MacDermott

Thursday, November 26

Sinn Fein pressures Gordon Brown over policing powers: Belfast Telegraph

Pity it has taken so long for Robinson to grasp the nettle: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Two in court on PSNI attempted murder charge: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty & Conor Lally

'It was very loud and I wondered what was happening, so I took a look out and I could hear the shouting clearly. And then there was gunfire. There was a string of shots, I could heard shouts of 'get down, get down'.: Fermanagh Herald
Nuala McAloon

Threats will not deter us, says policing partnership chairman: Fermanagh Herald

Bomb 'attempted murder', say PSNI: BBC

Reps. condemn North attacks: Irish Echo

Newspaper editor attacked by four men:
Henry McDonald

Sunday World editor 'not intimidated': UTV Internet

How the terrorists continue to hold all of us hostage: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

London and Dublin must act to halt this deepening crisis:
Seumas Milne

Court wants 'UDA threat' transcripts: Belfast Telegraph

Police must act against terror threat (Nov 23): The News Letter

We must press on despite dissidents (Nov 23): Belfast Telegraph

PSNI double talk over Divis is simply not good enough (Nov 19): Belfast Media

Police want to be screened in trial: Irish News

Britain's man in Ireland – Shaun Woodward: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Why brave Margaret is my kind of leader: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Quinn pledges backing: Irish Echo

A grim night of death and destruction by the Liffey: Sunday Independent
Eddie Naughton

Double-jobbing ends... but not until 2015 (Nov 24): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Double-jobbing should end now: Irish News

McGuinness is Slugger politician of the year: UTV Internet

Honorary CBE for Laurence Crowley: The Irish Times

Gordon Brown opens way for end to ban on monarchs marrying Catholics: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Porter

No 10 denies firm plan to change royal succession laws: BBC

Fewer than one in three voters wants independence – poll (Nov 24): The Scotsman
David Maddox

Wednesday, November 25

Oglaigh na hEireann blamed for Policing Board car bomb: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

'Textbook operation' foiled murder bid: The News Letter

Two charged with attempted murder of police officer in Northern Ireland:
Helen Pidd

Sinn Fein – Devolution of powers would foil dissidents: Irish News

Dissidents are 'bad for business': BBC

More than luck to dissident failures: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Reruns of the past that need to be stopped: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Dissidents are targeting us all: Irish News

Confidence buoyed by foiling terror: The News Letter

600 more PSNI officers on the streets of Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Policing and justice too important to get wrong (Nov 19): Belfast Media
Fred Cobain

Some serious thoughts for chief constable to mull over: Irish News
Breidge Gadd

DUP is preoccupied with rivals – Allister: The News Letter

North needs an election to purge system on the brink of breakdown: Irish Examiner
Steven King

Poll-based dreams end up as Westminster nightmares: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Politics needs a new Ian Paisley: (from the Irish Daily Star, Nov 23)
John Coulter

Yobs in sectarian clashes at festive lights switch-on: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

The little bit of Belfast that went with the Berlin Wall (Nov 19): Belfast Media
Gearóid Ó Cairealláin

Where do we draw the peace line now?: Belfast Telegraph
Jamie McDowell

Billy Leonard – from cop to Sinn Fein MLA: Derry Journal

Murder victim 'had weapon' court hears: Coleraine Times

Loyalist Shoukri 'wrongly arrested': Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

'Truth costs nothing' MEPs tell Ballymurphy Massacre families (Nov 19): Belfast Media
Áine McEntee

Misusing symbols and dishonouring the dead: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

We need united team in green to banish the World Cup blues: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

All 26 counties represented as hordes of Southern shoppers invade Newry: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dublin rejects ads for Belfast: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Market decides who shops where: Belfast Telegraph

Thousands defect from Church, website claims: Irish Examiner
Evelyn Ring

Call for firms to record all incidents of sectarianism (Nov 24): The Scotsman
Joe Quinn

Tuesday, November 24

Tip-off saved Catholic officer targeted in Fermanagh gun attack:
Henry McDonald

MI5 doubles strength in Ulster as elite forces thwart police murder: The Times
Sean O'Neill and David Sharrock

Policing Board was warned of attack risk: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Dissident list circulated to PSNI: The News Letter

Sinn Féin uses terrorist scare to press for policing transfer date: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Bomb alert an 'elaborate hoax': The News Letter

Police praised for foiling dissident attempt to kill Catholic officer: Belfast Telegraph

Three released over police attack: BBC

FAIR worker 'feared for family's life' after attack: The News Letter

Stormont dithers while the dissidents plan doomsday: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Instability ahead in Northern Ireland:
Paul Bew

Divisions will aid the dissidents: Belfast Telegraph

Information the key to saving lives (Nov 20): The News Letter

DPP chair stands firm in face of resignation call: Derry Journal

Duffy refused bail in Massereene inquiry: RTE

Unionists are driving Stormont – Robinson: The News Letter

Election attack on opposition: Irish News
William Graham

An olive branch for all in keynote speech: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP must end excess caution: Irish News

SDLP hopefuls must reveal unionist outreach strategies: The News Letter
Alex Kane

SDLP should capitalise on Sinn Fein's weak link: Irish News
Tom Kelly

No group of people should be dismissed as 'thugs': Irish News
Roy Garland

Andre Shoukri arrest halts UDA faction's plans to hand over its guns: Belfast Telegraph

Victim shot in left leg: Irish News

Man cleared over £60k blackmail plot thanks judge: Belfast Telegraph

Saville costs are totally over the top: The News Letter

Double-jobbing motions fails: Belfast Telegraph

Push for MLAs to leave councils: BBC
Martina Purdy

There's no slowing down for cross-border shoppers: Belfast Telegraph
Donald C McFetridge

'Religious bigotry must be dealt with in the same way as racism and homophobia': The Scotsman
Bob McKay

Monday, November 23

Dodds claims powersharing flawed: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP pledges commitment to devolved policing deal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Speech suggests it could be game on for devolution, unless it's just blame game: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Robinson brands Stormont opponents as 'cave-dwellers' (Nov 22): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Party takes fight to unionist rivals over devolution: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

DUP – We got the message as a result of Euro elections: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Venue offers strong hint of unionist defiance: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Irish dissidents attempt 400lb bomb attack on policing board: The Independent
David McKittrick

Dissident republicans blamed for 400lb bomb after Christmas 'spectacular' threat: The Times
David Sharrock

Five arrested as 400lb bomb found: UTV Internet

Security alert in Armagh centre: BBC

Three held after Fermanagh shooting: RTE

Republican terrorists 'widening attacks across Northern Ireland':
Henry McDonald

Dissident attacks will not succeed, say North's leaders: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Assembly to condemn bid to derail Northern Ireland peace process: Belfast Telegraph

IRA victims campaigner to serve writs on Sinn Féin leaders (Nov 22): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

The war in Helmand cannot be lost on the streets of Wiltshire: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

David Cameron says new Birmingham pub bombings probe unlikely: Sunday Mercury
Paul Bradley

Unionists should look to 'decade of centenaries': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Shoppers sold on the North: The Irish Times
Conor Pope

Pope's bid to win over Anglicans bruised my ego, says Archbishop: The Times
Ruth Gledhill

Sunday, November 22

Northern Ireland – first minister vows not to abandon assembly: The Observer
Henry McDonald

DUP fails to set devolution date: RTE

Who will have the last laugh?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Man held over Armagh bomb released: UTV Internet

Fermanagh police officers return fire after attack: BBC

Car crashes into NI Policing Board: UTV Internet

IRA dissidents 'make millions' from smuggling: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Police 'can't explain' fractured arm after republican's arrest: Irish News

Johnny Walker – A terrible injustice: Independent on Sunday
Jonathan Owen

Unionist parties at loggerheads over cuts to north's block grant (Nov 18): Irish News

A hard lesson for Mr Poots to learn (Nov 16): Belfast Media

Council plans an issue of credibility (Nov 19): Irish News

Belfast border question: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Catholic bishops prepare path for Anglican exodus: The Sunday Times
John Follain and Jonathan Oliver

Backlash (Nov 18):
Andrew Brown

We don't want to fly the flag for Europe (Nov 16): Daily Telegraph

Saturday, November 21

Robinson – The DUP will not walk away from Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Unionism winning' claims DUP document: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Times they are a-changing for 'Duppers': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP regroups for election fightback: The News Letter
Sam McBride

What I would say to the DUP: Belfast Telegraph

UKIP 'would consider an alliance with TUV': The News Letter

Party calls for PPS oversight by Policing Board-style body: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Church reveals 'mixed views' on Eames-Bradley: The News Letter

A journey from orange to green: BBC
Freya McClements

DUP's Poots accused of return to bad days: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Mortar bomb 'was meant to kill police': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Man arrested over Armagh bomb: The News Letter

Bloody Sunday report could face further delay: Belfast Telegraph

IRA man stayed 'below the radar': Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Still no photo of 4th abductor: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Official IRA identified 'corporals' crowd for Brit spooks: Belfast Media

I longed to play for Northern Ireland, says former Republic star Kernaghan (Nov 17): Belfast Telegraph

Despite the promises of independence, we've let ourselves become slaves: Irish Independent

A warm welcome from the Pope sows Anglican unease: The Independent
Simon Caldwell

Ecumenism rebuffed: The Times

Heavy hand of Rome: The Independent

Friday, November 20

DUP should have 'sold' SF coalition to faithful: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Powers transfer would 'hit dissident support': Irish News
William Graham

Defused mortar bomb 'designed to kill police officers': BBC

PSNI anger following mortar find in Armagh, Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Texts urge loyalists to confront republicans: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Fugitive's brother key witness in McDaid killing case: Irish News
Diana Rusk

I'm a victim, says Hughes: Newry Democrat
Claire Treanor

Inmates to take action over jail searches: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ex-RUC man to become Sinn Fein MLA: Belfast Telegraph

Tohill's kidnapper faces being extradited: Irish News
Allison Morris

'Loyalist facing further sex claims': The News Letter

MEP pledges support for Ballymurphy 11 families: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Interface community workers say attacks despicable: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

'There is no equality issue to be answered here': Newtonabbey Times
Duncan Elder

Students' union reverses Easter lily decision: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Taxpayer hit with £174k bill for Clinton security: The News Letter

Northern Catholics count their blessings: The Irish Times
Conall Ó Máirtín

Archbishop of Canterbury claims differences between Anglicans and Roman Catholics are not that great: Daily Telegraph
Martin Beckford and Nick Squires

Archbishop challenges Catholic Church: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

Thursday, November 19

Paisley praise for Sinn Fein: The News Letter

Disarray in DUP leadership clearly there for all to see: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Robinson dismisses report on past over 'moral ambivalence': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Neal warns of dissident threat: Irish Echo

Congressman Albio Sires of West New York observes peace process in Ireland: The Jersey Journal

Merger plan 'would not involve PSNI': The News Letter

IRA bomber released over murders: UTV Internet

Price 'upset' at possibility of missing mission: Irish News
Allison Morris

Nairac accused appears in court: UTV Internet

Unsafe verdicts to be officially quashed (Nov 17): Irish News
Allison Morris

Ballymurphy massacre families in Brussels visit (Nov 17): Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Man arrested over 1996 murder bid: BBC

Campbell raises conduct of UUP councillors with Tory leader: Newtownabbey Times

Councils must be cut to save money: The News Letter
N R Greer

Sinn Fein isolated – Storey: Ballymoney Times

Humanist poster stirs up religious storm: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Eta extradition case thrown out: BBC

Missing details that led judge to reject Basque's extradition: Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday, November 18

UUP 'wedded to Tory budget cuts' – DUP: UTV Internet

DUP and other unionists are facing 'TUV' time: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Time for UUP and SDLP to consider going into opposition: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Family criticise MP for defence of Sean Hughes: Irish News

Old Bailey bomber held over murder of soldiers: The Independent
David McKittrick

Old Bailey bomber questioned over murders of soldiers in Northern Ireland:
Henry McDonald

Marian Price – Provo who said No to Northern Ireland peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Groups getting high on torture: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Patten commissioners at policing conference: Belfast Telegraph

Ireland and the Berlin Wall: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Ex-IRA man's widow denied compensation: Derry Journal

IRA widow's compensation anger: BBC

50 complain of low-flying helicopters: Irish News

£1m given to marching bands: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Funding for GAA needs close scrutiny (Nov 16): The News Letter

Campbell slams Easter lily move: Derry Journal

BBCNI poppies offensive: Belfast Media

Can't ignore the past: Derry Journal

The truth about poppies: Belfast Media

Poppy seeds on the M&S sandwich: Belfast Media

Donegal faces majority decision bordering on the complicated: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Troubles stories 'told for history': BBC

Putting our heroes first? Now you are speaking my language: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Irish translation cost questioned: BBC

IRA lessons for Guantanamo prisoner trials: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

It's time for Dr Rowan Williams to square up to a rampant Rome (Nov 16): Daily Telegraph
George Pitcher

Tuesday, November 17

PSNI move could put more officers back on the beat: Belfast Telegraph

Unionist confidence must increase to retain Assembly: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Confidence also needs to be built after justice transfer: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Maguire

'Victims' Forum a toothless talking shop': The News Letter

Ritchie garners sizeable support: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

McDonnell is Al right for North – Maggie not up to task: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Sinn Fein needs to leave Bullingdon omerta behind: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Calls for political donors to be named: UTV Internet

Time to end the secrecy over political donations – watchdog: Belfast Telegraph

Republican Sinn Fein elects leader to replace O Bradaigh: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ferris's daughter endorses his actions: Irish News

Slab Murphy served with writ: UTV Internet

Violent attack on Protestant man: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Last man given death sentence in Northern Ireland makes appeal bid: Belfast Telegraph

Death penalty lawyers want secret dossier: UTV Internet

IRA widow denied compensation: BBC

Stormont leak caps a rough week for DUP: Irish News

Iris Robinson and her 10 Catholic cousins: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

GAA gets £3m more than soccer: The News Letter

Site of IRA's biggest loss blossoms as best-kept village: The Independent
Jamie McDowell

Monument to tragedies of past may prevent those of the future: Irish News
Roy Garland

Ruane 'must take some responsibility for crisis' (Nov 13): Irish News
Simon Doyle

Monday, November 16

PSNI on high alert as North judges targeted by dissidents (Nov 15): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Little love lost in tough battle for leadership of SDLP: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Big beasts prepare to battle it out in the survival of the fittest: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Republican Sinn Féin motion salutes Continuity IRA violence (Nov 15): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Libya close to £2bn compensation deal (Nov 15): Sunday Business Post
John Burke

Bomb parts found in NI prison garden: RTE

Man freed in Army shooting probe: BBC

Brutal death of the man of mystery (Nov 15): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Co-opt Calvert? No, we'd rather finish our tea!: Portadown Times

MP opposes university's plans to sell Easter lily (Nov 15): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Woodward optimistic over councils: BBC

O'Keeffe refuses to meet bishop over school row (Nov 15): Sunday Business Post
Niamh Connolly

Minister stresses need to shop locally: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Irish-language paper goes national: Irish Independent
Grainne Cunningham

One priest per Dublin parish shortly, archbishop warns: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Salmond set to rewrite independence referendum question: The Herald
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