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Friday, October 15

UUP 'Is Facing A Political Ice Age': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Thaw the cold front towards the DUP: (from the Village, Oct 9)
Arlene Foster

Sticking points delay devolution's return: BBC
Martina Purdy

Unacceptable change to the basics cannot bring progress: (from the Irish News)
Gerry Adams

In from the cold...and the heat is on: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

EU dimension to castle talks: Irish Democrat (Sep 17)

PDs question deputy's call for an SF/FF coalition: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Gaffes remind Bertie of quicksand back home: Irish Independent

British in last chance saloon for inquiries: (from the Irish Daily Star, Oct 12)
Mick Browne

DUP 'may talk' to loyalists: BBC

SDLP calls for loyalist disarmament: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Loyalist ceasefire 10 years on: BBC
Brian Rowan

No room for guns in new N. Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Republicans blamed for 'attack which injured baby': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Orange Line Is 'Drawn': The News Letter

Call to secure interface houses: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Allister Targets Organised Crime: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Sinn Fein Councillor snubbed in Europe: Impartial Reporter

Could the Brighton bomber please shut up?: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

IRA says sorry for murdering teenage boy 30 years ago: Irish Independent
David Lister

Thiepval Bomb Suspect Agrees To Extradition: The News Letter
Joanne Lowry

Political stability can reinvigorate economy, says report: UTV Internet

Analysing ingredients of our success story: Irish Independent
John Peet

Unionist MPs against gay marriage bill: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 13)
Jonathan McCambridge

Blair is ready to convert, says Catholic priest: Daily Telegraph
Jonathan Petre

Thursday, October 14

On-the-run IRA man arrested in Canaries lived at liberty here: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Sinn Fein demand release of IRA bomb suspect: UTV Internet

Don't dare mention the A-word: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

TD suggests Sinn Feín/Fianna Fáil coalition: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

FF distances itself from Minister's remarks on SF: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock

Let us brace ourselves for the IRA's last sickening act of self-regard: Irish Examiner
Noel Whelan

Republic Backs Unionists' Stand Over IRA Arms: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Implications of the Finucane verdict: (from the Irish World)
Paul Donovan

Truth Hurts: The Blanket
Mick Hall

Whatever he says, he says nothing: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

So what if Ulster's leaders went to an integrated school?: Belfast Telegraph
Mo Mowlam

Loyalist ceasefires anniversary: UTV Internet

'Don't take us for granted': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Ex-UFF gunman turned painter stands by peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Marie Foy

DPP Member 'Deplores Threat Against PSNI': The News Letter

PSNI 'needed senior officers from outside': Belfast Telegraph
Andrea Clements

'Test for prosecution not met': (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Brighton bomber could reveal more: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Alderdice wins case against newspaper: Daily Telegraph

Nationalist newspaper gets £1m grant aid: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

'Derry' not an option for voter: (from the Irish News, Oct 12)
Seamus McKinney

Our man in Dublin: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Singular Irishman bids farewell to the world: New York Newsday (Oct 8)
Jimmy Breslin

Religious hatred alive and well as Britain: Irish World
Paul Donovan

Wednesday, October 13

FF signals willingness to form coalition with SF: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock

Still dangling the ultimate political prize to win peace: Irish Independent

A carrot too far: Irish Independent

New deal in weeks or no agreement, warns DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Time to break with 'pro-unionist' traditions of the past: Irish Democrat (Oct 6)
David Granville

Loyalist disarming 'years away': BBC

What About Loyalist Guns?: Derry Journal
Editorial

Thatcher knew how to fight terrorists: Daily Telegraph
Robin Harris

Fury at Stormont collusion event: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Serious concerns about inquiries: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Parties seek action over disappeared: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Murphy's backing for DPP members: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Police Threat 'A Backward Step' - Chief: The News Letter
Elinor Glynn

Ombudsman's finding fails to satisfy family: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Brighton bomber 'is as bad as Bigley's killers': Daily Telegraph
David Sapsted

'I was part of it. I killed your father': The Guardian
Simon Fanshawe

Brighton victim's daughter says she 'understands' killer: The Scotsman
Karen McVeigh

Thatcher saved by signing one last document: Irish Examiner
Chris Moncrieff

IRA's explosives expert committed 'shameful blunder': Irish Examiner
Chris Moncrieff

Couple cleared of bomb charges: BBC

Man walks free after DDP drops 'IRA' case: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Civic Ceremony For Derry's Dead: Derry Journal

Service would honour IRA and war dead: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Peace funding slashed by 40%, Brussels confirms: Belfast Telegraph
Simon Taylor

Tuesday, October 12

Halloween deadline for peace deal': UTV Internet

Bricks Thrown At Interface Home: The News Letter
David Young

SDLP 'unhappy' at murder inquiries: Belfast Telegraph

Cut Out The Talk And Take Action, PUP Leader Told: The News Letter

Loyalist terror groups forcing duo to flee city: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Anger That Thompson Killers At Large: The News Letter

Loyalist tells of 'constant' UDA intimidation: (from the Irish News)

New Life of Omagh massacre suspect: Sunday Life (Oct 10)

Soldiers threaten court action: BBC

O'Loan probes murder claims: (from the Irish News, Sep 29)
Barry McCaffrey

Religious roadshow which challenges insular thinking: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Mowlam hits out at vested interests in education: UTV Internet

Historic feats unite rather than divide us: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Time to celebrate diversity: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Ekin

Challenge of finding way forward for the Maze: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Regret but no remorse, as Brighton bomber returns to resort 20 years on: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Relatives lobby NI parties: BBC

Soldiers Of The Queen Celebrated: The News Letter
Editorial

Palestine given NI 'peace lesson': BBC

Monday, October 11

Ervine confident of IRA move on arms: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

SDLP make opposition 'threat': BBC

We're up for a deal: Sunday Life (Oct 10)

Changes everywhere except in land of no: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

UDA decision on future due: Sunday Life (Oct 10)
Alan Murray

Real IRA stamp in Belfast: (from the Village, Oct 9)
Suzanne Breen

Application for appeal dismissed: (from the Irish News, Sep 30)

Brighton – The Price they Paid: (from Irelandclick.com)
Danny Morrison

'Innocents' comment cut short: (from the Irish News, Oct 7)
Barry McCaffrey

IRA monument remains despite multiplex cinema plan for site: Sunday Life (Oct 10)

'Parasites' ridiculed at protests for independence: The Herald
Douglas Fraser

Sunday, October 10

Ervine wants IRA to say war is over: UTV Internet

IRA poised to wind down war machine: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Can't Deal, Won't Deal: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Losing to win: The Observer
Henry McDonald

British U-turn on Restorick: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Why I befriended my dad's killer: The Observer
David Smith

FF and SF coalition a looming possibility: Sunday Business Post
Vincent Browne

SDLP veteran calls on Fianna Fail to campaign in the north: The Sunday Times (Sep 26)
Liam Clarke

McElroy refuses Sinn Fein bait: Newry Democrat (Oct 5)

Partying with the UUP: Irish Echo
Stephen McKinley

'How I halted Omagh backlash': The Observer
Henry McDonald

At last, parity of esteem when it comes to waste: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Ray Bassett: Sunday Independent

Saturday, October 9

'IRA missiles' find makes a mockery of peace: UUP man: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Empey attacks on IRA arms issue: UTV Internet

DUP trying to do its own deal - Durkan: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Fantasy Executive in Stormont basement: BBC
Mark Devenport

Accountability left behind in new Ireland: (from the Irish News)
Patrick Murphy

Loyalists 'will respond to IRA': BBC

Catholic police officers facing attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge and Nevin Farrell

Gangs cashing in on forgeries: BBC
Maryann Maguire

Daphne Trimble upbeat on poll chances: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Scaling down of security installations to reduce number of British Army troops in the North: Ulster Herald
Maurice Kennedy

Army cuts by end of next year 'achievable': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Terrorist Hunt Leads To Irish Immigrants: Washington Post
Mary Fitzgerald

MP condemned for IRA claims: Birmingham Post (Oct 7)
Jonathan Walker

You said it, Clare: Evening Mail (Oct 8)

Moral deterioration? For guidance consult an expert, Clare Short: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Loyalist link to family attack: BBC

Sinn Fein hits out over SDLP 'U-turn' on Shoukri: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Taylor to address PUP conference: UTV Internet

Fall in voters worries SF: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Invites to the ball grudgingly proffered: (from the Irish News)
Suzanne McGonagle

Date Confirmed For 'Sunday' Probe Closure: Derry Journal

Celtic Tiger roars again - but not for the poor: The Guardian (Oct 7)
Angelique Chrisafis

Friday, October 8

McGuinness flies in for talks: UTV Internet

DUP veto is recipe for instability: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Actions not words count for peace: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Normalisation Is An 'Army Matter': The News Letter

'My son was not part of any loyalist feud': Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Accused Are 'Totally Innocent' Says Tohill: The News Letter

Warning of dissident threat: BBC

Police Probe Dissident Rooftop Protest: Derry Journal (Oct 5)

A shy retiring Gerry good for Irish unity: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Republicans accused of £3m cigarette heist: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

SF dismisses claims of IRA involvement in £3m heist: (from the Irish News)

Spicer contract approved as mercenary links revealed: Irish World
Tom Griffin

Journalists will not face charges: BBC

Politic's Hampering Tourism: Derry Journal (Oct 5)
Editorial

Leading loyalist back in court: UTV Internet

SDLP Blocks UUP Bid For Post: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Thursday, October 7

McLaughlin slams DUP 'insult': UTV Internet

Trimble attacks DUP stance: BBC

Wounded pride may take yet another fall: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

British Should Have Moved Before Now: Derry Journal (Oct 5)

Call for 'fast security scale down': BBC

SF says police post 'softening' is cosmetic: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

You've Got It Wrong: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

British Must Publish Terms For Finucane Inquiry: Derry Journal (Oct 5)

Pledge of independent probe into unsolved murders: UTV Internet

Republicans 'behind' £2m raid: BBC

Anger at Short's IRA violence claim: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

SF remains silent over Disappeared: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Shankill Education: The Blanket
Mick Hall

Unionist's bonfire call sparks Twelfth debate: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey & Nevin Farrell

Coca-Cola for the Maze?: UTV Internet

Doherty Case Goes To The Very Top: Derry Journal (Oct 5)

Four to face trial over Bobby Tohill 'abduction': Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Sinn Fein Launches Registration Campaign: Derry Journal (Oct 5)

Row over 'Irish' hurley sticks: BBC

Disappointed in the DUP: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Readers Want Bush To Stay At Oval Office: The News Letter
Editorial

SNP anger at decision not to fly Saltire every day: The Scotsman
Hamish MacDonnell

Wednesday, October 6

'DUP blocking return to Stormont': UTV Internet

SDLP claims 'water conspiracy': (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Inclusive Deal Is Needed For Lasting Peace: The News Letter
Editorial

Troop withdrawal depends on IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

IRA 'sold missiles to Eta': The Guardian
Giles Tremlett

We're Being Pushed Out: The News Letter
Joanne Lowry

Terror groups deny feud as man buried: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Marty O'Hagan Three Years On: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Repeal anti-terror law call: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Scaled-down stations 'revealed': BBC

Time for history to be left in the past: (from the Irish News, Sep 30)
Newton Emerson

McCabe killers to begin proceedings against government for their release: UTV Internet

Bomber and daughter of victim return to Brighton together: The Independent
David McKittrick

Brighton bomber Magee 'stands by his actions': Irish Examiner
Chris Moncrieff

Bombing report 'in new year': (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Sein Fein has ordered an end to punishment beatings ...and Fianna Fail is afraid, very afraid: The Sunday Times (Aug 29)
James McDonald and Scott Millar

Stink raised over GAA socks: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

GAA grant - Why can't Croke Park play ball?: Irish Examiner (Oct 2)
Editorial

Irish Language In A Muddle At QUB: The News Letter

Irish TV to target Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Extra Pressure On Party As Irish Labour Moves North: The News Letter
David Young

Adams on Middle East violence: UTV Internet

Tuesday, October 5

Amending Good Friday Agreement may break deadlock - Ahern: UTV Internet

Sinn Féin welcomes DUP's 'advance' on Good Friday Agreement: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

We're up for a deal, says McGuinness in challenge to DUP: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Focus on NI political issues: BBC

Narrow window for peace deal breakthrough: Irish Independent

Paisley takes 'punt' across the Rubicon: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

IRA move 'holds key to start army withdrawal': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Appreciating The Stress On Politicians: The News Letter (Oct 2)
Editorial

DUP accuse UUP of sabotage: UTV Internet

Guess who's not coming to dinner: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Extortion 'hits house prices': BBC

Crime is crime no matter the motive: (from the Irish News, Sep 16)
Newton Emerson

NI club linked to loyalist drug dealing shut down: UTV Internet

PSNI 'taking on board' report over raid: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

PM Told To Force DUP On Policing: The News Letter

Councillors vote to put Irish first: (from the Irish News, Sep 29)
Catherine Morrison

IRA bomber returns to blast scene with victim's daughter: UTV Internet

McCabe killers say their rights are breached: Irish Independent

Wright's father accuses police chief: UTV Internet

Nixon backed London on Bloody Sunday: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 1)
Sean O'Driscoll

You are a hypocrite Mo!: Sunday Life (Oct 3)

Ervine hails McAleese second term: UTV Internet (Oct 1)

Support for detention changes: BBC

Fingerprinting Breach Of Human Rights - Sinn Fein: Derry Journal (Oct 1)

Rival Parties Aim To Splat Opposition: The News Letter

Monday, October 4

Adams attacks Ahern over remarks: Irish Independent
Siobhan Gaffney

Adams warning over Agreement: BBC

Durkan wants pressure on DUP: UTV Internet

'Cautious cousins' over IRA arms plan: Sunday Life (Oct 3)
Alan Murray

DUP visit remains a bit of a mystery: (from the Irish News, Oct 2)
James Kelly

Ultimate Deadline By Endless Postponement: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Troops in North 'could pull out at Christmas': Irish Independent
Michael Evans

Three released in murder probe: BBC

'What if...?' debate splits UDA chiefs: Sunday Life (Oct 3)
Alan Murray

UFF leader Adair I'll leave north when freed: (from the Irish News, Oct 2)
Barry McCaffrey

Beaten to a pup: Sunday Life (Oct 3)

Police under fire after raid on the home of journalist: Irish Independent
Louise McCall

Police Asked Man To Spy On Council - Claims Sinn Fein Councillor: Derry Journal (Oct 1)

RUC 'intimidated teenagers' to obtain murder confessions: The Independent
Jason Bennetto

Have guns will travel - mercenaries soldier on: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Bookies write off Daphne: Sunday Life (Oct 3)

Protestants deserve fair share, claims MEP: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 30)
Simon Taylor

The new kid on the blog: Sunday Independent (Oct 3)
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Attack on PM's father-in-law 'was sectarian', say gardai: The Sunday Times (Oct 3)
Siobahn Maguire and Dearbhail McDonald

French town 'to show Irish flag': (from the Irish News, Sep 30)
Darran McCann

Omagh film secures cinema deals: BBC (Oct 2)

Battling the bigots: Scotland on Sunday (Oct 3)
Editorial

Sunday, October 3

Deadlock 'will close Stormont': The Observer
Henry McDonald

SDLP and UUP threaten to boycott deal: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Playing footsie with the Taoiseach: (from the Irish News, Oct 1)
William Scholes

Dr Paisley's bitter pill: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

North closer than ever to long-term peace: (from the Village)
Suzanne Breen

Elusive dream could turn into a nightmare: (from the Irish News, Oct 1)
Denis Bradley

Blair 'must keep pledges': BBC

DUP and UUP set for North Down clash: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 1)
Noel McAdam

UUP raises $120K at New York fundraiser: Sunday Business Post
Paul T. Colgan

Angry bush aide slams Ulster politicians: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 30)
Sean O'Driscoll

Egan's Diatribe Is Not Surprising: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com

Sinn Fein would have made us into a Burma: Sunday Independent
John Dillon

SF man's plea to loyalists: Belfast Telegraph

O'Hagan murdered by police informant: Sunday Business Post
Barry O'Kelly

Plea for calm as gun victim dies: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Alliance backs 'the Disappeared': (from the Irish News, Oct 1)
Catherine Morrison

Adams praises Mary McAleese: UTV Internet

Adams' Hostage Appeal 'Sickening Hypocrisy': The News Letter (Oct 1)
Stephen Dempster

Group explains invite to former prisoner: Belfast Telegraph

Public enquiry could investigate Kelly murder: Impartial Reporter (Sep 30)

Probe By Lawyers: The News Letter (Sep 20)

A man Fitt to lead: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 30)
Austen Currie

Politics and faith: The Times (Oct 1)
Editorial

McConnell's anti-bigotry lessons for 3-year-olds: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Saturday, October 2

Deal 'must end paramilitarism': BBC

DUP told - Agreement can't be rewritten: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Call to reform agreement: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peace in our time?: BBC
Martina Purdy

Paisley's sound on attitude to Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Danger of reading too much into the Paisley visit: Irish Independent

Dublin meeting is a welcome step: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Fundamentals Must Remain: Derry Journal
Editorial

'Quiet miracle' of Paisley's visit made President weep for joy: Irish Independent

Paisley - I'll never retire from politics: UTV Internet

Bono and Adams teach big Ian a lesson on playing to the gallery: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Sinn Fein Welcome Durkan Admission On PSNI: Derry Journal

Attacks Won't Deter Me - O'Neill: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield And Alan Erwin

Orde Can't Dupe Nationalists: Derry Journal

Unionists To Hear How PSNI Cutbacks Will Work: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Flying of flags puts 'chill factor into communities': Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Judge's warning over intimidation: BBC

Mum's the word: Belfast Telegraph
Gerry Anderson

US peace envoy calls for integrated schools: UTV Internet

UUP's first fundraiser in US was 'sabotaged': Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

IRA Police Killer 'Probably Woman': The News Letter
Johnny Caldwell

Row over ex-IRA man's invite to Brussels seminar: Belfast Telegraph
Simon Taylor

Daughter of 'disappeared' victim slams Adams' hostage appeal: UTV Internet

Breathtaking Hypocrisy Of Gerry Adams: The News Letter
Editorial

Shot woman's family vows to fight for truth: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 30)
Ciaran O'Neill

Friday, October 1

Paisley in historic Dublin meeting: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Hopes increase for new North deal after Ahern-Paisley talks: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Key role for ceasefire watchdog: BBC
Brian Rowan

Better late than never as the Mouth comes South: Irish Independent

Paisley's Dublin trip is a milestone along the road: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Another positive step in the right direction: Irish Independent

Campbell - 'Nationalist community should prepare for change': UTV Internet

US envoy predicts IRA transformation: RTE

Brighton spotlight fails to fall on Ulster affairs: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Paisley visit - DUP steers away from key issues: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Planned Police Cuts 'A Disgrace': The News Letter
Joanne Lowry And David Young

Police get ready to tear down 17 security installations: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin

Orde under pressure over bullets: UTV Internet

Parcel Bomb Sent To SDLP Councillor: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Donaldson Read Delivers Quite A Punch - In His Own Quiet Way: The News Letter
Suzanne Breen

Jeffrey wanted to be leader, says Elliott: Impartial Reporter (Sep 30)

'Londonderry a remnant of the past': (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Spicer contract gets U.S. nod: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Tempers Flare As Flags Issue Raised: The News Letter
Clare Weir

Murder bid puts end to Derry feud talks: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Justice delayed is justice denied: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

McGivern on Labour race case': UTV Internet

'Search for bodies a priority': (from the Irish News)

Education system 'failing Shankill': BBC

Ulster-Scots In Call For Cash Machine Parity: The News Letter
David Young

Bloody Sunday movie man faces hefty bill after libel action halted: Irish Independent
Ivan McMichael



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