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Friday, November 30

Security sources fear emergence of new terrorist group (Nov 29): Irish Independent

Suspected dissidents not 'previously known': Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Barry Duggan

Eirigi woman held after garda swoop on gun raid suspects: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Eirigi behind failed gun shop raid, gardai fear (Nov 29): Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Ryan thugs make death threats to woman reporter: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Man, 29, arrested in Newry 'dissident Republican' investigation: Newry Times
Paul Malone

New work explores RAAD vigilante attacks: UTV

Do more Northern Ireland Catholics now support the Union?: BBC
Gareth Gordon

It is time for sense to prevail on flags issue (Nov 25): Belfast Telegraph

'Solutions needed to Electoral Register situation' – Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Orange Halls attacked in separate incidents: The News Letter

Appeal after Fourscore Orange Hall arson attack: Ulster Star

Wife of murdered prison officer pleads – 'Find David's killers': Mid Ulster Mail

Inmates sent sympathies to Black family: UTV

'Moderate unionism destroyed by 1985 deal': The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Let's get drunk on life and at last escape our bad old ways (Oct 31): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Thomas Devlin murder pair's appeal fails: BBC

Summat's up, but will any good come of G8 bash here? (Nov 27): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Man suing Sinn Fein denies relationship with SDLP: BBC

Tweed expelled from Orange Order: Ballymena Times

'Vile and wicked' predator David Tweed faces long jail term: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Voters favour full review of the Constitution (Nov 26): The Irish Times
David Farrell, Eoin O'Malley and Jane Suiter

Scottish independence – MPs say Scotland 'better off' in UK: BBC

It's been a Unionist's year: The Scotsman
Murdo Fraser

Thursday, November 29

PSNI defend rehiring officers: The News Letter

Unionist unity is a myth: Londonderry Sentinel
Mike Nesbitt

People of North must lead building of a new society: The Irish Times
Hugo MacNeill

Nelson explains his opposition to Armed Forces veterans proposal: Lurgan Mail

'Time for Irish language to be promoted cross-community' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Attack on police was not normal: Belfast Telegraph

Man questioned over Alan Ryan murder: RTE

4 Dissident Republican arrests in Rahan: Offaly Independent

Arrests in Republic dissident probe: UTV

Police searches in Dromore linked to Ronan Kerr's murder: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Two released in Kerr murder probe: UTV

Fortieth anniversary of local IRA men's deaths: Derry Journal

Finucane report runs to 500 pages: Belfast Telegraph

'Sunday' relatives will 'continue to march': Derry Journal

Gormley – Sinn Fein claim utter nonsense: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Fein claims Declan Gormley 'connived with SDLP': BBC

Jury to rule on Jim Allister libel action: Belfast Telegraph

Bill and Hillary Clinton to visit Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Will Bill Clinton be next ambassador to Ireland?: Chicago Sun Times
Michael Sneed

United States visa ban on Tim Pat Coogan removed after Senator Schumer steps in: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Northern business body calls for lower corporation tax: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Fein's All-Ireland dilemma over abortion laws: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Footballer Anthony Stokes joins Real IRA supporters at party for slain terror chief: Scottish Daily Record
Nicola Stow

Rangers – Charles Green anger at tax case timing: BBC

Britain cannot 'fall away' from EU (Nov 28): Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday, November 28

Remedy for growing pains vital in a DUP with eyes on centre ground: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sammy Wilson slams 'Victor Meldrew' press (Nov 24): The News Letter
Sam McBride

40% of grassroots DUP members at odds with Peter Robinson on marches and abortion – poll: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Will we ever have our own flag for everyone to honour?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Body scanners proposed for prisons: Belfast Telegraph

Electoral Commission concerned at accuracy of register: BBC
Mark Devenport

Pipe bomb thrown at police 'was viable': UTV

Ronan Kerr murder – police arrest second man:
Henry McDonald

Man accused of IRA membership not unlawfully detained during Gardai search, court rules: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

'Our words are falling on deaf ears': Derry Journal

Complacency on security is not an option (Nov 22): The News Letter

Bloody Sunday march plans launched this morning: Derry Journal

Pat Finucane report out next month: Belfast Telegraph

Jury hears evidence in Sinn Féin libel case: BBC

Republic takes more relaxed approach to dual identity across the Border (Nov 27): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Executive under fire over public-private pay chasm (Nov 24): Belfast Telegraph
David Elliott and Adrian Rutherford

At last, let us exalt politics in action (Oct 11): Belfast Telegraph

Most people say they can speak some Irish: The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Even our own churches show little faith in women (Nov 26): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

TV presenter Stephen Fry Tweets support for Rangers tax case probe (Nov 26): Scottish Daily Record
James Moncur

If only Murray and his men had been co-operative from day one (Nov 22): The Scotsman
Tom English

Britain should vote on leaving EU, Italian prime minister Mario Monti says: Daily Telegraph
Nick Squires and James Kirkup

Scotland would struggle to retain currency union with UK says man who helped to engineer break-up of Czechoslovakia: The Scotsman
David Maddox

The elite's fear of a vote on Europe feeds a populist right: The Guardian
Seumas Milne

Moyle council votes to revoke Gaza twinning: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Tuesday, November 27

Parades fiasco must be avoided in 2013 – Nigel Dodds: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The Robinson strategy to widen DUP appeal: BBC
Mark Devenport

DUP leader Peter Robinson makes bid to win Catholic vote: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Resurgent leader wants to cement his legacy: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Robinson's job is only just beginning (Nov 22): Belfast Telegraph

City council set for landmark flag vote: UTV

Boston College IRA project was not a hoax or a set up: Irish Voice/
Anthony McIntyre

Threat against second Allen brother lifted: Derry Journal

Maghaberry Prison to be divided into three: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Pipe bomb thrown at PSNI vehicle in west Belfast: BBC

Bloodbath feared after kneecapping: Evening Herald

Dissident IRA group dismisses informers ahead of new terror campaign: Irish Voice/
Patrick Counihan

Two men released in dissident republican probe: Derry Journal

Man, 22, arrested over murder of Catholic police recruit:
Henry McDonald

Ronan Kerr murder – Arrest of man in Milton Keynes: BBC

Report on Pat Finucane murder to be released on 12 December: RTE

Murphy may be a witness in Sinn Fein libel case: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Conor Murphy will not apologise over discrimination case (Nov 23): BBC

£150K payout is 'the cost of Sinn Fein bigotry' (Nov 23): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Irish PM presses UK on renewable energy: The News Letter

Taoiseach attends British-Irish Council summit: RTE

Vast majority happy that Ireland is in EU: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

UK's slide to EU exit door will be difficult to reverse: The Irish Times
John Palmer

Lack of consent in our ill State (Nov 25): Sunday Independent

Lessons from other peace processes: Manila Standard Today
Dean Tony La Viña

A need to dismantle walls of hate: Otago Daily Times
Peter Matheson

Monday, November 26

Vital role for unionists, party forum told: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson pledges to 'facilitate Opposition': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Robinson politely invites the turkeys to vote for Christmas: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Party to oppose independence for Scotland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionists must stand together: The News Letter

Robinson must be wary of right wing: Belfast Telegraph

'Parades Commission is making things worse': The News Letter
Mark Neale

Unionists rally round Union flag as Sinn Fein wins first battle to remove it from Belfast City Hall: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Irish ministers in historic loyalist talks: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Violence 'tempting loyalist response': The News Letter

UUP has 'grave' Northern Ireland security concerns: BBC

Spectre of paramilitary kneecappings re-emerges: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Pair released in Derry dissident probe: UTV

Counter terrorist raids underway in Cumbria: Westmoreland Gazette

Ronan Kerr searches in NI and England: UTV

Continuity IRA end 'dirty protest' in Belfast prison:
Henry McDonald

"Abandoned pledges and broken promises":
Tina Merron

British-Irish Council talks on economy and education: BBC

News Corp's Irish scandal may yet prove to be Murdoch's Achilles heel: Irish Voice/
Paul Larkin

Sinn Féin leader undergoes eye surgery at Royal Hospital Belfast (Nov 22): The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

McGuinness blocked from Olympic role?: The News Letter

Sinn Féin denies 'fascist behaviour' at Dublin march: The Irish Times
Judith Crosbie

Third division clubs told to stop ripping off Rangers fans by SFL chief David Longmuir: Scottish Daily Record
Gavin Berry, Euan McLean

Barca's Irish links are worth following (Nov 25): Sunday Independent

Boris Johnson rejects In/Out referendum call: The Spectator
Isabel Hardman

Sunday, November 25

Peter Robinson – Catholic 'majority want NI to stay in UK': BBC

DUP leader wants society where everyone is equally valued: RTE

Peter Robinson – Irish cross-border relations 'have never been better': BBC
Mark Simpson

Robbo's wife affair agony: The worst time of my life...: The Sun
Myles McEntee

DUP Conference – Deputy leader addresses delegates: The News Letter

Bind us together, Lord – can the DUP woo the Catholic community?:
Steven McCaffery

DUP Conference – NI still matters to Westminster, says Coaker: The News Letter

House of Commons debates Northern Ireland only once in a while – it's just a pity hardly anyone is there to listen... (Nov 23): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Ex-Alliance Party councillor Adam Harbinson at DUP conference: BBC

Alliance call on councillor to resign seat after quitting party: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Barring of writer Tim Pat Coogan from U.S. is an absolute disgrace – America's greatest friend in Ireland insulted by the U.S. Embassy: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Kate Carroll 'cynical' on killers' appeal bid: The News Letter

Lower Falls fightback starts (Nov 23): Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

'Why should Irish people pay rent to Crown Estate?': Ballymoney Times

Ex-Service personnel make history in cross-Border event: Impartial Reporter

Gaining the G8 summit is a coup for cross-border relations (Nov 23): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

G8 summit – Now Enniskillen will be known for more than just the bomb attack: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Fermanagh now a global destination (Nov 21): The News Letter

EU and UK add to Kenny's fiscal woes (Nov 24): Irish Independent

Austerity is a one-way street for Sinn Fein: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Thousands of Rangers fans sign petition for probe into HMRC leak: Scottish Sunday Mail
Keith McLeod

Divided we stand, even when the cause is noble: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan Browne

Orange Order march through Harrogate: BBC

Scottish independence – Ditch the Queen, Salmond told: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Scottishness can be a matter of choice, not fact (Nov 21): The Scotsman
Allan Massie

Saturday, November 24

Robinson – DUP's moral stance won't stop growth: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Strategy to end division on way, says Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McCallister Opposition plan 'is crankery': The News Letter

Irish minister in DUP speech first: Belfast Telegraph

Coveney tells DUP conference of cross-Border trust: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Narrow Water bridge – DUP wants probe into decision to grant EU funding: BBC

Boundary shake-up 'bad for unionism': The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP may run two & European candidates: The News Letter

Would Euro pact give Jim Allister a fighting chance?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Judge and Sinn Fein lawyer clash again in Gormley libel hearing: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Murphy hits out at abuse of legal process in Price, McGeough and Corey cases: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Threat against murder victim's brother lifted: Londonderry Sentinel

Co Monaghan man admits possessing an IED in 2010: RTE

Gun attack on Catholic family home: Derry Journal

Oireachtas Committee to visit loyalist groups in Belfast: Donegal Democrat

Playground named after IRA gunman Raymond McCreesh: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

City Hall joins jolly green giants: Belfast Media

Union Flag may not fly all year round: The News Letter

Skainos shared space project praised: UTV

Police leave cancelled for G8 summit in Fermanagh: The News Letter

G8 summit means PSNI needs 2,000 GB officers: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Guarding G8 leaders holds no fears for Matt Baggott: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Head-spinning weirdness awaits G8 in Northern Ireland (Nov 24): The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Crucial decision on Northern Ireland corporation tax could be made within weeks – David Cameron (Nov 22): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Rehab scheme urged as religious hate crime in Scotland rises by over 25%: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Salmond tells Bill Clinton – independence is best way for Scottish identity: The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Bad move on bishops (Nov 23): The Irish Times

Leave the Church be (Nov 22): Daily Telegraph

Friday, November 23

Peter Robinson interview – My party and Sinn Fein know what it means to not always get what we want: Belfast Telegraph

Jim is right, we should not forget Mary's vile murder: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

'Political parties must stand united against terrorism' – Ritchie: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Black murder pair freed unconditionally: The News Letter

Northern Ireland men on Portugal weapons charges: BBC

INLA enforcer shot and left on side of the road: Evening Herald

Two charged with IRA membership: The Irish Times

Ex-SF man's grandson gets evidence book: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Judge and Sinn Fein lawyer clash again in Gormley libel hearing: The News Letter

Complacency on security is not an option: The News Letter

Marian Price laywer calls for prosecution to stop: BBC

Northern Ireland victim's family accuses PSNI over sectarian murder:
Henry McDonald

Former UVF leader Gary Haggarty granted bail by Belfast court: BBC

Bail for ex-Provo linked to murder: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Alan Lennon case – Protestant job applicant to receive £150,000: BBC

PSNI has failed us, says family of murdered teen: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

How integrated are schools where you live?:
Kathryn Torney

Republic's farm minister to speak at DUP breakfast: Impartial Reporter
Brian Donaldson

'2016 before corp tax' – Robinson: UTV

Boston honours Hume and Tip: Derry Journal

Rangers fans should count themselves lucky: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Northern Ireland peace funding is in danger, says MEP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

England's difficulty with Europe is a problem for Ireland: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Britain's Place in Europe: New York Times

How PM chose a hotel on the edge of the UK to host planet's top power brokers (Nov 20): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Church of England General Synod votes against women bishops despite late plea from next Archbishop of Canterbury (Nov 21): The Independent
Jerome Taylor

Thursday, November 22

IRA victim's sister supports Bill: The News Letter

Ann Travers gives evidence: BBC
Mark Devenport

Wells avoids Stormont ban over 'monster' outburst, by a margin of just two votes (Nov 20): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein's Caitriona Ruane challenged over Opposition remarks: The News Letter

DUP calls for NI legal changes to help military personnel: BBC

We cannot be complacent about peace, MPs told: The News Letter

Ritchie – Robinson wanted North-South money 'for loyalists': BBC
Stephen Walker

Robinson 'will continue to lead DUP': UTV

DUP calling the Commons' shots: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Why is it so hard to accept an Irish man can be British?: The Irish Times
David Adams

Leaders to launch spin offensive after 'poor press' coverage: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Prisoners in Roe House at Maghaberry end dirty protest: BBC

Dissident inmates end dirty protest: UTV

Solicitor for Marian Price appeals to PPS: Derry Journal

Prosecution of ill Marian Price not in public interest – solicitor: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

David Black – two arrested over murdered prison officer:
Henry McDonald

Graffiti mocking prison officer's murder removed: Portadown Times

Dissident republicans extort funds from drug gangs, says Garda chief: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

New suspect held in RIRA crackdown: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Dissident republican gang 'enforcer' shot in leg: Belfast Telegraph

Security implications of hosting G8 summit beginning to sink in: The News Letter

Commissioner defends handling of Ryan funeral: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Suspended jail term after Covenant march: UTV

Northern exposure reveals complex reality of Border for people on both sides of the divide: The Irish Times
Rosita Boland

'Sunday' families still treated like 'second-class citizens' – claim: Derry Journal

Birmingham pub bombings – Campaigners hold candlelit vigil: BBC

Families protest at coroner's office: UTV

Have the poppy debate but leave James McClean free to play: Derry Journal
Colum Eastwood

Goodbye to all that – just what would we do if UK left EU?: Irish Independent
David McWilliams

Israel should learn from Northern Ireland: Financial Times
Richard Haass

What Israel wants to earn from our peace: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Gallagher

After Rangers' biggest ever win one question remains.. why?: Scottish Daily Record
James Traynor

Independent Scotland 'would have to start afresh as EU member state':
Severin Carrell

Wednesday, November 21

Kenny and Adams lock horns over IRA history: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Under-car bomb in west Belfast 'was intended for soldier': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Man arrested over shots fired at funeral of Real IRA leader Ryan: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Revising history will add nothing to our future: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Al must lead the Stoops to Right: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

McQuaid defends her position as DUP hit out again: Banbridge Leader

Derry gun attack was sectarian, says victim: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Glenavy residents stand up against sectarianism : Ulster Star

Orange Hall tricolour 'cheap sectarian stunt': BBC

15 city sports clubs in anti-bigotry drive: Londonderry Sentinel

Progress against sectarianism held back by inaction: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Belfast quality of life 'above average': UTV

Inquest families win right to appeal suspension: The News Letter

Cameron urged to cut Northern Ireland's corporation tax rate:
Henry McDonald

IFI reveals €1.1m fund for peace wall plans: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern Ireland to host G8 summit:
Henry McDonald

British PM to host G8 summit in Fermanagh: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Hopes Obama will cross Border as G8 heads North: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford and Allison Bray

Differing reactions to G8 summit decision: BBC
Mark Devenport

Scottish independence – Pro-Union MSPs join to lay out vision: BBC

So, what about England?: The Scotsman
Jim Gallagher

Sleepwalking towards the exit: The Irish Times

Tuesday, November 20

Assembly rejects proposal to suspend DUP member over comments: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP's Jim Wells avoids Assembly ban over 'murderer' jibe claim: The News Letter

Row shines light on Stormont corridors: BBC
Mark Devenport

John McCallister in Stormont Opposition bid: The News Letter

Prime Minister is visiting Northern Ireland: BBC

Parties consider electoral pact: The News Letter

'Sinn Fein sending mixed messages on Black murder' – McCrea: Mid Ulster Mail

Why every day should be a day for remembering (Nov 12): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Stalemate the best we can hope for: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Inquest suspensions to be reviewed: UTV

Onward and upward despite tough trading times: The Irish Times
Róisín Ingle

Ex-IRA man Thomas McFeely loses repossession challenge: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Sinn Fein MP wants payout over fall in Leinster House: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

A common goal (Nov 14): Belfast Telegraph

McClean Twitter thug – Provos want me dead: The Sun
Barry Moran

Counting true cost of the independence referendum (Nov 17): The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Unhappy with the detail (Nov 13): BBC
Brian Taylor

Monday, November 19

Coveney to address DUP conference: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Closer links with Sinn Fein strongly opposed (Nov 12): (from the Belfast Telegraph)

Jim Allister – UUP and SDLP just doormats: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Allister claims Northern Executive an 'anti-democratic, dismal failure': The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Corpulent Assembly draws from a small talent pool; analysis (Nov 13): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Why a bloated bureaucracy can never be fit for purpose (Nov 7): Belfast Telegraph
Simon Hamilton

It wouldn't happen here (Nov 14): Derry Journal

Attwood challenged over electoral boundary comments: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Ballymurphy massacre families' legal move on coroner: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

IRA slept in SDLP supporters' houses in city – claim: Londonderry Sentinel

IRA bomb hero horse is cast in bronze: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Pugh

Brain scan hope for sectarian attack victim (Nov 15): Derry Journal

Becoming the City of Culture is a chance for Derry~Londonderry to begin a new chapter (Nov 12):
Grainne Maguire

'Arts community leads the way in cross-community spirit' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Shaded and faded loyalties to mould the future Ireland: The Irish Times
Peter Shirlow

Sandy Row boxers 'put out of sport': The News Letter

James McClean booed by Sunderland fans: Northern Echo

Threats to Sunderland footballer James McClean prompt police investigation:
Henry McDonald

O'Neill backs McClean as police investigate death threats: Irish Examiner
Miguel Delaney

Unionists more pro-life than nationalists – campaigner: The News Letter

Nobel peace laureate in Philippines to support peace talks between gov't, MILF: Philippines Daily Inquirer
Dennis Jay Santos

Scotland's post-independence prosperity linked to oil: The Guardian
Andrew Sparrow

Nat-bashing won't help the unionists' cause (Nov 17): The Scotsman
Gerry Hassan

Elusive answers begin to emerge: The Herald

Sunday, November 18

Stormont without opposition is absurd – Allister: The News Letter

TUV in scathing attack on Sinn Fein and Martin McGuinness: BBC

Building trust Peace by Piece: Impartial Reporter

TUV asked DSD to probe 'SF activists': Londonderry Sentinel

Basil McCrea rejects UUP flag stance: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Victims' chief Kathryn Stone wants inquests meeting: BBC

Rise of the 'new IRA' and what it means for the rest of us: Evening Herald

Suspect admits bid to kill loyalist: The News Letter

'Sunday' Outrage: Derry Journal
Julieann Campbell

Fianna Fail moves eight points clear of Sinn Fein while Martin most popular: Sunday Independent

Paisley warned it would be 'mad' to appoint John Larkin as AG (Nov 15): BBC
Stephen Walker

Allister – Stormont inquiry must include clerical abuse: BBC

Could Visteon be template to overcoming sectarianism? (Nov 16): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Building on the Ulster connection: The News Letter

Orange Order shakes off the 'sober' shackles for Christmas (Nov 14): BBC

Education Bill uniformly fails to meet objectives (Nov 14): Belfast Telegraph
Mark Langhammer

Educate Together should prioritise atheists (Nov 13): The Irish Times

Let's not miss out on tourism boom (Nov 13): Belfast Telegraph

British schools to get 50 new GAA teachers: Irish Post
Niall O'Sullivan

Man arrested for posting image of burning poppy on Twitter (Nov 12): Daily Telegraph

Freedom to offend (Nov 14): The Irish Times

Potholes litter Scots' high road to independence: Independent on Sunday
Ben Chu

Saturday, November 17

Jim Allister's rare praise for DUP: The News Letter

Labour to avoid electoral confrontation with SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Willie Frazer steps down from victims' group Fair: BBC

'No place in TUV for terror-linked figures': The News Letter

Northern Ireland's quiet revolution: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Huge backing for Union Flag: The News Letter

MLAs – Step up to the mark when it comes to marches: Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Ringland

War memorial paint bombed: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Man admits stabbing loyalist in Tesco: UTV

Loyalist's parole bid fails: Irish News

Security shrouds trial of Real IRA weapons-trafficking suspects: Portugal News
Carrie-Marie Bratley

Political juror ban in Declan Gormley's Sinn Fein libel case: BBC

Judge irked by lawyer for Sinn Fein in libel case: The News Letter
Sam McBride

O'Dowd demand over IRA inquest: Lurgan Mail

First step in permanent memorial to victims of Enniskillen Remembrance Day Bomb takes place: Impartial Reporter

Youth's death – Sister disgusted as shooting inquest stalled: Derry Journal

'No progress' in Bloody Sunday probe: UTV

Top NI coroner to face challenge over inquests (Nov 16): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Where Irish 'Troubles' Began, the Arts Heal: New York Times
Brendan Spiegel

Could rejoining the UK be any worse than this?: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Adams shows his willingness to dine for a united Ireland: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Local group in bid to name Narrow Water Bridge: Dundalk Democrat

Another reason to hang our collective heads in mortification: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Northern Ireland MP former aide David McConaghie arrested over toilet camera: The Independent
Michael McHugh

Northern Ireland peacemaker hails progress in PH peace efforts: Philippine Daily Inquirer
Tarra Quismundo

Big clubs want Rangers in England, claims Charles Green: The Herald
Martin McMillan and Greme Macpherson

Manchester United reject Charles Green's claim they want Rangers in England: The Scotsman

Clinton's veiled warning on Scots independence: The Herald
Kate Devlin and Magnus Gardham

Friday, November 16

How two oubursts in corridors of Stormont snowballed into a full-scale Assembly row: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Jim Wells must not be censured: The News Letter

Mike Nesbitt – Sinn Fein must accept IRA 'war' unjustified: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'No problem' with UKIP role at TUV event: The News Letter

PSNI recruitment freeze to end: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Sinn Fein critical of massive search operation in Strabane: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Belfast 'Peace Wall' still separates Catholics, Protestants:

Labour MP Kate Hoey blasts 'misguided' SDLP speech: The News Letter

Ballyclare riot was 'a naked sectarian attack': Newtownabbey Times

Suspected IRA recruiter works in city law library: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Dirty protest clean-up bill almost £500k: The News Letter

Prison dirty protest costs a waste of public money – McGeough campaigner: Tyrone Times

Those who have suffered still need a helping hand: Belfast Telegraph
Jacqueline Irwin

Family's fury at suspension of inquests into a series of Troubles related deaths: The News Letter

Top NI coroner to face challenge over inquests: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

IRA victims' fury as top SDLP man rejects Libyan compensation claims: The News Letter

Ulster boxing boss pours cold water on 'NIABC': Belfast Media
Conor McLoughlin

IABA explains NI funding decision: Irish Examiner
Warren Montgomery

David Tweed suspended from TUV while on sex charges trial: The News Letter

National Portrait Gallery brings us face to face with Gerry Adams:
Jonathan Jones

Gildernew – my battle with depression: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Obama could be heading North for G8 summit: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh and Joe Churcher


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