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Wednesday, November 30

Sinn Fein mayor slammed over failure to present award to army cadet: BBC

Tabloid 'targeted former PSNI chief's computer': Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Paisley jnr claims mobile phone messages hacked: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Hain, computer hacking and terrorism: Guardian.co.uk
Shaun Woodward

United Ireland no longer a date but a dialogue... (Sep 12): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Judge to decide on contentious evidence in killings: The Irish Times

Massereene DNA tests by Dr Mark Perlin 'can be trusted': BBC

Paul McCauley attack – five new arrests: Derry Journal

IRA bomb-maker offers to take lie-detector test at tribunal: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Smithwick Tribunal – Patrick 'Mooch' Blair denies Omagh role: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

'End the silence': Lurgan Mail

PSNI officer who protested use of term 'collusion' re-employed: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Northern Ireland teaches us the dangers of segregated schools: Guardian.co.uk
David Pavett

Occupy Belfast – half a world and centuries of history away from Occupy Santa Rosa: Santa Rosa Press Democrat
Clark Mason

British ambassador to Dublin promoted to top office in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Mark Hennessy

Why Stormont should join Scots on the high road against bigotry: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Geoghegan

Northern Ireland legend Gerry Armstrong calls for anthem debate: BBC

Ally McCoist says Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty won't be driven out by bigots: Scottish Daily Record
Gary Ralston

Let the people sing – yes, even football supporters: The Scotsman
Brian Wilson

How British are the British? What the data says about our national identities (Oct 6): Guardian.co.uk

Welsh Labour should split along nationalist and unionist lines, claims Plaid Cymru MP (Sep 15): Western Mail
Martin Shipton

Tuesday, November 29

'History will not be rewritten': The News Letter

Paterson on defensive over stance on the past (Nov 26): Belfast Telegraph

The DUP lion can still roar – Wilson: The News Letter

Speeches roared to the ears but delivered progressive purrs: The News Letter

'Them and us' – are we entering a new era?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Robinson must not let opportunity slip: The News Letter
Alex Kane

New Unionist mantra stinks of desperation ... while Catholicism needs overhaul: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Words must be followed by actions: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

1971 British Army shooting 'ruthless': UTV

Ruddy death undeserved 'tragedy': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dublin was hacking HQ, says ex-spy: Evening Herald
Tim McKenzie

Real IRA founder denies receiving tip off: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Real IRA chief denies garda gave him tip-off: Irish Independent
Sarah Stack

Disappeared families in fresh SF talks: UTV

Massereene DNA method 'unproven': UTV

Civil society turns out to call for Irish language act: Belfast Media

NI agent handler Ian Hurst tells Leveson of computer hacking: BBC

Intercepted intelligence could not have been published, says witness: The Independent
James Cusick

Rights body undermined by hacking, inquiry told: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Peter Hain warned computer may have been hacked by private detectives: Guardian.co.uk
Patrick Wintour and Dan Sabbagh

Belfast teacher training college in jeopardy as Stormont row stalls merger plan: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Liam Adams facing trial on sex charges: BBC

Celtic's Anthony Stokes and Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty targeted by bigots 'for being Irish': Daily Telegraph
Ewing Grahame

Less may be more on the independence referendum – Scotland can learn from the Canadian experience: The Scotsman
David Steel

Scotland's cultural awakening is a terrifying prospect for politicians (Oct 9): Guardian.co.uk
AL Kennedy

Monday, November 28

United community is goal, says Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Big Society' address echoes FitzGerald's liberal crusade: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Robinson turns DUP in full circle: Irish Independent

Apology sought from Republic for 'sheltering terrorists': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

£50,000 reward offered to catch IRA gunman who tried to kill ex-British agent (Nov 27): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Derry's drug problem won't be solved by bullets or bullies: Derry Journal
Colum Eastwood

Sandy Row's spirit (Nov 18): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Smithwick Tribunal – Michael McKevitt testimony due: BBC

All eyes on Amanda as Bloody Sunday story takes to the stage (Nov 9): Belfast Telegraph

Clegg visit cancelled due to Kenny bereavement: RTE

Can Programme for Government deliver? (Nov 19): Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson and Mike Smith

It's time for our education system to make the grade (Sep 30): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Reynolds not a once-off at 'unfair' RTE (Nov 27): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

'We have to stand up for football and anyone who says racism is prevalent in football is telling lies': Sunday Herald
Stewart Fisher

Parliament staff offered lessons in how not to be religious bigots (Nov 20): Sunday Herald
Paul Hutcheon

Sunday, November 27

End sectarian division, says DUP's Peter Robinson: Sunday Telegraph

The DUP in transition (Nov 24): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

DUP lion still roaring in Northern Ireland's political jungle: BBC
Mark Devenport

Loyalism needs to find a new voice (Nov 24): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Republican protestors rock North's top security jail: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

It's a crime to waste cash on outdated prison service (Nov 25): Belfast Telegraph
Olwen Lyner

PSNI chief Matt Baggott confident of work with 'friends in Catholic Church': BBC

Blueprint for future nothing to shout about: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

'Hunger strikes gave us back our pride': Derry Journal

Dublin to 'assist' and 'support' the victims' families (Nov 17): Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

MLA wants republican staff selling Santa gunman arrested: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Row Over National Anthem In Northern Ireland: News.Sky.com
Ian Woods

Finding another anthem would be difficult: Belfast Telegraph
Stuart McKinley

Judge rules for protection of family life (Nov 8): UTV

Buncrana woman's exhibtion on the Troubles (Nov 22): Derry Journal

Real history of Montrose remains to be written: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Summit postponed after Kenny bereavement: IrishTimes.com

Hurst to testify at Leveson Inquiry on IRA and Finucane murder articles: Sunday Independent

UK defense official offers insights on peace process (Nov 23): Manila Standard Today
John Concepcion

Plan for Gaelic to be 'first language' of Western Isles (Oct 15): The Herald
David Ross

Saturday, November 26

Full body searches 'necessary for safety': UTV

Peter Robinson to address DUP delegates at conference: BBC

Leader will focus on 'shared future' agenda in address to party meeting: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McCausland speech opens DUP conference: BBC

Robinson seeks a line-up that moves with the times: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Goal of unification is not in anyone's economic interests: Belfast Telegraph
John McCallister

Minister to examine 'legal limbo' which prevents inquiries into killings with possible links to RUC: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Fresh inquests into the Ballymurphy Massacre are a big step forward in the campaign for truth: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Man cleared of IRA kidnap wins appeal: UTV

Michael McKevitt to give Smithwick evidence: RTE

Tribunal to move to Dublin court for evidence by McKevitt: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Man is accused of Derry riot petrol bomb attacks: BBC

Devlin killers' appeal postponed: UTV

'Derry is part of who I am'- Bernadette Devlin: Derry Journal
Laurence McClenaghan

PSNI and Gardaí clash at croker: Irish Examiner
Tony Leen

Hold your horses Mr. Cantor!: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Brendan Duddy papers unveiled in Galway: Derry Journal

New nuncio Monsignor Charles J Brown 'unusual choice': BBC

Vatican's finest can't bridge deep schism: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

Protestant school pupils lose bus appeal (Nov 23): Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Activist criticises Irish human rights body (Nov 25): The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Dingle's lengthy new road signs point to massive bill (Nov 14): Irish Examiner
Anne Lucey

It's time to put forward a positive case for the Union: The Herald
Andrew McKie

Friday, November 25

Ombudsman says it can't investigate police killings: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Relative of a man killed by RUC officer 'not told of legal limbo': BBC

Troubles deaths 'in legal limbo': The News Letter

Anger as RUC killing probes are dropped: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew and Connla Young

Empey slams Taoiseach over Finucane demand: The News Letter

'Release papers over arms shipment to republicans': The News Letter

Maghaberry Prison visits cancelled: UTV

Fury at rise in hostage stand-offs in Northern Ireland prisons: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Security fears over PSNI Croke Park game: UTV

Police warned not to play down risk: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident protesters heckle PSNI at Policing Partnership meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Colin O'Carroll

Dissident suspect arrested in Co Tyrone: UTV

DUP out to show its caring side as conference starts: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Police release men arrested over shooting: Derry Journal

McGurks welcome Ballymurphy inquest: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Pressure for public inquiry will not ease: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Tandragee double-murderer loses appeal: UTV

Shotgun killer who blasted dad Wayne to death jailed for 12 years: Evening Herald
Michael Lavery

A leap of faith will help us over religion barrier: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Diverse views debated at Uniting Ireland conference: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Recalling the past: Dundalk Democrat

Politicians split over strike picket lines: UTV

'God Save the Queen' anthem is turning Catholics off, says former Northern Ireland player: Belfast Telegraph

Academy Anthem Row: Banbridge Leader

Warm 'Irish' welcome for Duke of Gloucester: The News Letter

Volunteers are remembered: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Varadkar accused of revisionism: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Peter Robinson rejects Green MLA's 'sack Foster' call: BBC

Welcome to Bernadette McAliskey for beginners: Irish Examiner
Linda Kelly

A new nuncio: The Irish Times
Editorial

Quinn in fight to be UK bankrupt: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Nama releases only 2% of total euro pot for NI development: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Independence? Yes or no, it's as simple as that (Nov 24): The Herald
Iain MacWhirter

Thursday, November 24

Matt Baggott warns of dissident risk: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Row goes on over claims of 'Dublin/IRA collusion': The News Letter

Dublin pressed to come clean on PIRA collusion: The News Letter

Too many young loyalists don't care about the future as long as they can get drunk at weekends: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Groups issue SOS in BC battle: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Lukewarm response from NI parties to political finance reform: BBC
Mark Devenport

Brendan Duddy archive gives new insight into secret IRA talks: Belfast Telegraph

Massereene trial – US expert's DNA evidence challenged: BBC

'Slab' Murphy fights tax ruling: Evening Herald

Shared education is way forward (Nov 22): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

It's going to be a tough job, but politicians must deliver: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Billington

Passing time instead of law in the nanny assembly: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Even world news is local – bombing of Enniskillen is the proof of that: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Ian Paisley to write 'caustic criticism': BBC

Garda may have to foot State visits security bill: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

A good news story, an Irish newspaper that would not die – The Irish Post rises again from the ashes in London (Nov 13): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

A5 is vital for Donegal's future – McConalogue: Derry Journal

Holyrood debates Act of Settlement: The Herald
Brian Currie

Question of nationality divides Union Street (Nov 20): Scotland on Sunday

Wednesday, November 23

Orange Order book reveals members' attitudes: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

60% of Order view Catholics as 'IRA sympathisers': BBC

Mounting anger over 'Dublin collusion': The News Letter

No conclusion on legacy issues until Dublin engages – DUP: The News Letter

Boundary review could result in more Ulster MPs at Westminster: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Call for timetable on making NI political donations public: BBC

More transparency on funding of Northern Ireland political parties pledged: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Robinson could take lesson from Catholic parents: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Man arrested over Derry punishment style shooting: Derry Journal

Massereene DNA of 'zero' quantity: UTV

Appeal court orders Omagh retrial: UTV

Reasons given for Omagh bomb retrial for Seamus Daly: BBC

Gaddafi spymaster 'must face trial over IRA crimes': The News Letter

Christening row killer 'shot the wrong man: Irish Independent
Nicola Donnelly

Republican Thomas 'Slab' Murphy in bid to have jury trial: Belfast Telegraph

Nama move 'threat to Northern Ireland businesses': BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

School chiefs play down Ulster-Scots 'plan: The News Letter

Corporation tax on the Stormont agenda...30 years ago: BBC
John Campbell

Republic's VAT rise 'will boost Northern Ireland business': Belfast Telegraph

New plan could see A5 road scheme go ahead: Derry Journal

Republic resistant to religious belief a contradiction in terms, says Cardinal (Nov 22): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Lennon supports Stokes following house attack: UTV

'This is an unprecedented attack by a judge on the Scottish Government and Parliament' (Nov 21): The Herald
Paul McBride

Mindless chants an affront to Lennon's roots (Nov 20): Scotland on Sunday
Andrew Smith

Two Scots charged with sectarian crime each day: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Majority verdict – we already have a bill of rights: Guardian.co.uk
Adam Wagner

Tuesday, November 22

SDLP leaves door open to opposition: Belfast Telegraph

Unionists 'should take the debate to Sinn Fein': The News Letter

Willie Frazer furious over UUP deputy's 'apology' for unionist failings: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Are these the people who really control Ulster now?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Untangling truth of opinion polls: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Loyalist voices need to find someone to listen to them: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Don't screw it up, Robbo: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

God save Queen from these rows: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Fresh row over grammar school tests: Belfast Telegraph

Head's comments on protestant pupil performance deserve support – O'Loan: Ballymena Times

Maze decontamination cost £8.5m: IrishTimes.com

Did OFMDFM squander economic boost from MoD gift of bases?: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Make-up of new policing partnership is 'inherently unfair' – Dunn tells council: Larne Times

Terror of boy (8) as gunmen attack: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Massereene trial – 'Colin Duffy DNA on glove tip': BBC

UVF supergrass denies he got deal of the century: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Anger over wreath for IRA bomber: The News Letter

Order poll on Catholic 'IRA sympathy': UTV

Claims that Irish state created PIRA to eject British from Ulster: The News Letter

Papers on secret IRA talks to be made public: The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

Galway launch for Duddy's private papers (Nov 11): Derry Journal

British-Irish relationship 'turned sour' (Nov 9): The News Letter

What is it like to keep top state secrets? (Aug 30): BBC
Peter Taylor and Richard Knight

November 15th, 1994 (Nov 15): The Irish Times
Joe Joyce

Conman sparks fury by using picture of murdered Ulster policeman on dating site profile (Nov 21): Scottish Daily Record
Keith McLeod

Olympic torch should shine in Dublin – Terry Wogan: Belfast Telegraph

Sing out for a country free of prejudice and hate: The Scotsman
Joan McAlpine

Wave of nationalism grips Unionists (Sep 15): The Scotsman
Ewan Crawford

Sorry state of affairs: Hindustan Times
Farrukh Dhondy

Monday, November 21

Confront your bloody past, unionist tells SF: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Féin urged to confront 'painful' past: The Irish Times
Scott Jamison

TUV chief urges resistance to ruling parties: The Irish Times
Scott Jamison

TUV conference – Analysis: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Prisons row employee tells of emblems anger: The News Letter

Closing our police stations is simply criminal (Nov 16): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

DPP chair blames admin errors (Nov 10): Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Alex Attwood is still punching for his version of council reforms: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DNA boss's 'fortune' from Massereene court case (Nov 20): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Man shot in ankles in Derry: UTV

Disappeared families renew appeal at Silent Walk event (Nov 8): The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Martin accuses SF of hijacking history: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Cost of Diamond Jubilee celebrations "worrying", Council told: Ballymena Times

Let's all pretend we can't see the beast [scroll down] (Nov 20): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Bishop criticises decision to shut Vatican embassy: The Irish Times

Folly of closing Embassy to the Holy See (Nov 10): The Irish Times
Vincent Twomey

Northbound shoppers 'don't feel one bit unpatriotic': Irish Independent
Dara de Faoite

Lobby group's relief at withdrawal of A5 funds (Nov 15): Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Take new route to transport reform (Nov 19): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Popular vote for president should be scrapped: Irish Echo
John P. McCarthy

Religious hate crime 'hits four-year high' (Nov 19): The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Most Scottish religious hate crimes 'target Catholics' (Nov 18): BBC

'Scottish court system is anti-English' (Nov 20): Sunday Herald
Lucy Adams

Long-term prospects for 'Britishness' appear weak (Nov 20): Scotland on Sunday
John Curtice

More sabre rattling in the war on independence (Nov 15): The Scotsman
Editorial

Sunday, November 20

TUV man slams Stormont 'duplicity': Belfast Telegraph

TUV leader Jim Allister urges SDLP and UUP to 'lose shackles': BBC

Allister slams Stormont at TUV conference: UTV

The Democratic Unionist Party neurosis – dribbling while Northern Ireland burns: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Paddy Duffy

Left to their own free will what will unionists change?: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Praise for presidency from loyalist leader: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Taoiseach backs plan to rename bridge after Mary McAleese: TheJournal.ie

Activists Continue Efforts to Quash Belfast Subpoena: The Heights (Boston College)
Daniel Tonkovich

At last, a judge who speaks up for the victims: Evening Herald

North hopes 'vision thing' may bring a bounce (Nov 19): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

EU funding body demands return of more than £500k from victims' groups: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Wreath laid in memory of IRA St Albans bomber: BBC

Cloyne fallout – Betrayal by the few (Nov 14): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Priests' group critical of media 'bias': RTE

Irish VAT rise could boost Northern Ireland retailers: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Carty

Retired gardai to honour RIC: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Teenage football fan stands up to Scotland's sectarian thugs: The Observer
Tracy McVeigh

Holyrood call to scrap ban on Catholic rulers: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Roman Catholics' prayer approved for Queen's Diamond Jubilee: Daily Mail
Steve Doughty

English move away from being British: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Saturday, November 19

NI in UK could 'depend on Catholic votes' admits Peter Robinson: BBC

Catholics may vote DUP over economy – Robinson: RTE

Jim Allister – I've upset a cosy Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Was First Minister a prisoner of hardliners?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Unionists seek apology over escapes: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Kenny asked to meet Protestant families bereaved by IRA: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Anger over Finucane support pledge: UTV

Finucane and A5 dominate North South Ministerial Council talks: BBC

Government to give €50m to A5 project by 2016: RTE

North stars left overshadowed by Big Berlin Bean-Spill: Irish Independent

Flags a blight on Limavady and hitting business – ex-mayor: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Man released after dissident questioning: UTV

Massereene – DNA expert 'told partial truths': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

A line has to be drawn in the history of Northern Ireland – there must be no more public inquiries (Nov 18): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

O'Donoghue 'did not stifle debate': The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Smithwick Tribunal hears from MEP Jim Higgins: RTE

The Smithwick Tribunal – the story so far: BBC

Family plan wreath laying for St Albans IRA bomber: Herts Advertiser
Debbie White

IRA St Albans bomb memorial 'grotesque' – Peter Lilley: BBC

New lead in Rafferty gun murder case linked to IRA: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

Focus on shared education could produce lasting legacy: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

SF Lord Mayor and Taoiseach in Cenotaph visit: UTV

Would you pay £50 to hear Edwin Poots talk about the health service?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Thousands to flock North after VAT hike: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan, Charlie Weston and Lise Hand

Republic of Ireland's sovereignty handed to Merkel, says Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph

Germany's war on the pound – You'll have to join euro... and sooner than you think, Cameron told: Daily Mail
Jason Groves and Daniel Martin

Start talking – Lennon seeking Green Brigade chants summit: Daily Mail
Mark Wilson

Unmoved by bullets and bombs but on-field woes cause Lennon concern (Nov 3): The Herald
Michael Grant

Friday, November 18

DUP and Sinn Fein split over PSNI drone proposals: BBC

Strong Tory links will break tribal mould – local UUP chair: Londonderry Sentinel

Kenny meets loyalists on first visit: UTV

Kenny supports full Finucane inquiry on first visit to North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Prison reform is not about emblems: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

MLAs in war of words following 'party over constituency' remark: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Orange mass row hasn't gone away: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Culture bombers deaf to people: Londonderry Sentinel

Spotlight on Massereene DNA analysis: UTV

Kerr killers in Baggot's prayers: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Boston College (Cont.) – Pushing Holder: HistoryNewsNetwork.US
Chris Bray

Ex-UDR man's plea for murder charge apology (Nov 13): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Leaders unveil blueprint for 25,000 jobs in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Assembly gives programme for governemnt a positive reception: Belfast Telegraph

Hiding the financial pain is a poor strategy: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Beauty queens take over Stormont, as programme for government is revealed: BBC
Mark Devenport

Reflecting the commitment to build a better future: The News Letter
Peter Robinson

Reaction to NI government plans: BBC
Brian Campfield, Joanne Stuart, Mark Ennis, Siobhan, Fitzpatrick

Document looks like a cut and paste job: The News Letter
Alex Kane

We're buying into agenda for action: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

A5 on the agenda at North South Ministerial Council talks: BBC

Flag gowns for Miss Ulster contest: Belfast Telegraph

Move to name Boyne bridge after McAleese: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Vatican mission closure defended: Belfast Telegraph

Priory Hall developer gets stay on sentence: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Celtic minority's fears of a witch-hunt are misplaced and misleading: Guardian.co.uk
Ewan Murray

Thursday, November 17

Police in Northern Ireland consider using mini drones: BBC
Vincent Kearney

UUP urged to rethink merger deal with Tories: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Apology over Clegg's gaffe on DUP leader DUP leader Peter Robinson: The News Letter

Police apology to victims of collapsed sectarian assault case: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donegan

Elliott not told of Mass row appeal: The News Letter

Denying rights is nothing more than a cop out: Belfast Telegraph
Conall McDevitt

'More questions' over emblems row: The News Letter

Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny in Belfast visit: BBC

Bridges built and new bridges yet to be: Irish Echo
Therese Murray

President Higgins has the capacity to be the real deal: The Irish Times
David Adams

A new president: Irish Echo
Editorial

Special executive meeting to finalise programme for government: BBC

Stormont rapport underlines City Hall divisions (Nov 9): Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Protestant numbers rise at equality body: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Now the North's top 2 legal men are Westies: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Getaway car DNA 'links Massereene accused to attack': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

'Slab' Murphy loses challenge: The Irish Times

In 1972 Jimmy (19) ran a roadblock because his car had no insurance – the British army shot him 28 times: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Poppy wreaths stolen and burned in Londonderry: BBC

Sinn Fein slams Derry wreath vandals: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Government to pay Doherty costs for byelection delay challenge: The Irish Times

Let's spend A5 money on main Belfast-Derry route: Belfast Telegraph
Sinead McLaughlin

Government 'downgrading' 1916 centenary, says Fleming: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Ferguson opts for Northern Ireland: Irish Independent

North want compensation if young guns opt for Republic: Irish Examiner
Rory Dollard

Graduate's peace wall film wins festival gong (Nov 15): Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Alex Salmond's anti-sectarian purge has gone too far: The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Salmond has duty to offer the promised referendum (Nov 14): The Herald
Andrew McKie

Wednesday, November 16

Peter Robinson threatens to resign over Northern Ireland prison row: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Robinson threatens to resign if prison service royal insignia changed: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

David Ford says no decision made on changes to prison service's emblems: BBC

Symbol row must not be distraction: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Special executive meeting to finalise programme for government: BBC
Martina Purdy

It is time for our politicians to stop going down same old roads: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

SDLP leader ought to have grabbed moment by lapel: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

'It's time to move on': Derry Journal

Londonderry man shot in each leg: UTV

West Belfast bomb alerts 'hoaxes': UTV

Orangemen fight Catholic funeral judgments: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Swire sets challenge to NI loyalists (Nov 14): UTV

Police chief apologises for investigation shortcomings: Impartial Reporter
Chris Donegan

McCord 'no further on' 14 years after murder: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Supergrass trial – judge reveals member of public intimidated: BBC

Massereene – Colin Duffy's QC contests glove evidence: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Massereene getaway car 'contaminated': UTV

Smithwick – Information linking mole to murders Back Camera: The News Letter

Intelligence linked garda to IRA killings: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Bomb victim glad to hear of tyrant's death (Nov 9): Banbridge Leader

Interned loyalists were pawns, says lawyer in legal bid: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Families welcome new inquests into 1971 killings: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ballymurphy families claim soldiers admitted to firing on civilians: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Course launched to tackle bigotry: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Stormont needs to take a leaf out of Scotland's book to eradicate sectarianism: The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan

A paragon of virtue amid Ireland's ruin: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

McAleese earns place in history (Nov 11): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Republic may benefit from leaving the euro, says DUP's Wilson: Irish Independent
Thomas Molloy

Olympic torch should shine on streets of Dublin, says Coe: Irish Independent
Graham Clifford

Parliaments should agree on a fair vote for Scotland (Nov 11): The Scotsman
Editorial



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