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Sunday, October 15

All of Ireland to vote on deal: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Kenny comes out against NI referendum idea: RTE

The rewards for peace: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hain confident over NI government: BBC

Irish language Act for Northern Ireland: RTE

McGuinness oath of allegiance may scupper new deal: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

From the state's armed wing to a service for the people...: Andersonstown News (Oct 12)
Roisin McManus

Blair's last-ditch deal saved Irish talks: The Observer
Henry McDonald

150 days to prove democracy has a chance in Northern Ireland: Scotland on Sunday
Brian Wilson

St Andrews 'odd negotiation': BBC
Martina Purdy

Can the St Andrews agreement bring lasting peace to the North?: Sunday Tribune
Shane Coleman

Has Paisley given in at last to temptation?: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Paisley lets in a little light: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Paisley brazenly rewrites his own history to take credit for this deal: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

It's not too much of a price to sit down and talk together: North Belfast News (Oct 13)
Martin Morgan

Pride and prejudice of North's petty politicians: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Reasoned change is inevitable: Andersonstown News (Oct 12)
Des Wilson

Our leaders need to expose the follies of the peace process: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Editorials

College praised for Orange outreach: Andersonstown News (Oct 12)

Rape centre really needs military wing to get cash: (from the Irish News, Oct 5)
Newton Emerson

Working Class Hero: The Blanket (Oct 8)
Mick Hall

Truth about Sallins robbery: Sunday Business Post
Nicola Cooke

Protestant alienation to be addressed at convention: The Sunday Times
Ciaran O'Neill

Catholic leader backs Scottish independence: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

If Scotland opts for independence it will bring out the best in us: The Sunday Times
Tom Farmer

Saturday, October 14

Deal Would Revive N. Ireland Assembly: Washington Post
Kevin Sullivan

Ulster power talks end with a plan – but no handshake: The Times
David Sharrock

DUP and Sinn Féin move closer to agreement: The Irish Times
Frank Millar and Gerry Moriarty

Deal on devolution close as Paisley sounds upbeat note: The Independent
David McKittrick

Parties to respond within a month: BBC

DUP leader's meeting with Blair opened door to deal: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

SDLP accused of selling out: The News Letter

Raised eyebrows at UUP bloggers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Big Ian softens tone with talk of work to be done: Irish Independent

Paisley looks to golden anniversary: BBC
Niall Glynn

Forget SF, key to a resolution was in Paisley's hands all along: Irish Independent

Talks puts power sharing back on track: BBC
Kevin Connolly

10 essentials to ensure a new deal will stick: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Lifelong foes edge closer to peace in our time: Irish Independent

It's time for the next step in building good Northern relations: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

St Andrews deal – Parties must finally deliver on promises: Irish Examiner
Editorial

From foes to . . . friends?: Irish Independent
Editorial

Government backs PSNI's principles on MI5 relations: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

UDA holds talks with peacemakers: BBC

IRA urged – it's time for the truth: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Police 'must do more' to alleviate terror campaign: The News Letter

Parties unite against sectarianism: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

SF Hopeful of Fundraising Ban End: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Joan Bolger

Officer admits evidence 'lacking': BBC

Real IRA suspect not allowed to visit town near Dundalk: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Wilson accused of 'spitting venom' in bust-up with victims' relatives: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton and Noel McAdam

Strange Omission From Times: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com

Century of Irish language growth: Andersonstown News (Oct 9)
Séamus MacSeain

Rangers fans banned from matches: BBC

100 voices – Independence or Union?: The Scotsman
Alison Hardie

Friday, October 13

Timetable ultimatum as recrimination mars Irish devolution talks: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Ulster's two sides refuse to budge over policing: The Times
David Sharrock

Hopes for N Ireland deal recede: Financial Times
Christopher Adams and John Murray Brown

Pressure on SF and DUP to break stalemate: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

DUP will not bargain on policing: UTV Internet

Blair may impose Ulster deal: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie & Michael Settle

These talks will need more than a fair wind if they are to succeed: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Will North parties go for broke or settle for another drawing board?: Irish Examiner
Pat Brosnan

Paisley's potential for a new Ireland: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Paisley's 'big media day' leaves him flat-footed: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

A true commitment to peace: Newark Star-Ledger (Oct 6)
Editorial

Still saying 'no': Irish Echo
Editorial

Our future – it must be in our hands: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Irish ferry bid falls victim to politics: The Herald
David Ross

Police continue to build on success of joint operations: Derry Journal (Oct 10)

Another senior Ulster Unionist has defected to the DUP: The News Letter

One thing worse than the Catholic 'devil you know': (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Parades 'out of step': Ulster Herald

Court hears of 'regret' over Omagh bombing: RTE

O'Loan lets off steam at MLA over 'criticism': The News Letter

O'Loan's staff looking south: Sunday Life (Oct 8)
Alan Murray

Lifetime ban on identifying witness in murder trial: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Widow's pain is still raw: Impartial Reporter

Derry man asked to turn informer: Derry Journal (Oct 10)

HET – History of Whitewash Continues: The Blanket (Oct 8)
Martin Galvin

Politicians and organisers clash over Beragh loyalist parade: Ulster Herald
Adrian Mullan

Thursday, October 12

Decision time for NI's future, say Ahern and Blair: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

Blair hails a pivotal moment for Ulster: The Times
David Sharrock

Adams – 'Unionists must do deal': UTV Internet

Attention fixed on Paisley at crucial talks on Ulster: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Weather a bad harbinger for talks: BBC
Martina Purdy

Can Blair end 30-year strife in 2 days: The Scotsman
Peter McMahon

UUP – 'DUP wrestling same dilemma': UTV Internet

Northern Ireland's 'Dr. No' Faces New Political Dilemma: New York Times
Alan Cowell

Paisley holds key to return of power to Stormont: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Could Dr No at last be learning how to say yes?: The Times
David Sharrock

One Small Step for Paisley, One Giant Step for Ireland?: The Blanket
John Coulter

It's amazing how a weekend away with Ian Paisley in a windswept St Andrews can improve the mood: Irish Independent

Securing the Irish Peace: Foreign_Policy_in_Focus (Oct 9)
Jim Dee

Politicians urged to focus on economy: The News Letter

N Ireland names its price for a lasting peace: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Hain – 'SF must back police': UTV Internet

Finally, it seems the IRA is preparing to go away, you know: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 10)
Brian Rowan

In hotel regularly blitzed by IRA, republicans prepare to do a deal: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

If assembly goes down the DUP goes with it: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Prize of a lasting peace: The Herald
Editorial

Orange Order meets with councils: BBC

Scrap parades body for progress – Order: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Killer Stone quizzed over other murder bids: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

The Chief Suspect in a loyalist murder denies pulling the trigger.: UTV Internet

Estate terrorised by gang: The News Letter

It's no use just jailing those in baseball caps: (from the Irish News, Oct 10)
Susan McKay

Bomb trial told statement changed: BBC

We want truth on role of informers in killings: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

'Issue of state collusion must be addressed once and for all': (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Royal crest removed from NI court: BBC

Council agrees to remove Union Flag: The News Letter

Mambo in Spotlight over Ludlow murder: Newry Democrat

Salmond plan to go it alone for Olympics: The Scotsman
Hamish MacDonell

Wednesday, October 11

Why Blair may delay Ulster's talks for peace: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Just four weeks to reach deal on Ulster: Financial Times
Christopher Adams

DUP still faces the 'litmus test' of sharing power, warns SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Paisley NI deal 'matter of time': BBC

SF signals a change in its stance on policing: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Dominic Cunningham

Government hopeful that SF policing issues can be resolved: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Law and order will 'not be sacrificed for Sinn Fein deal': The News Letter

Unlikely setting where old foes may forge a historic peace deal: The Scotsman

Ulster party leaders may finally be close to squaring the circle: The Times
David Sharrock

Prepare for 'sequencing' at Scotland talks: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Search for elusive NI peace deal: BBC
Kevin Connolly

We'll meet again, say Paisley and Brady after discussions: Belfast Telegraph
Matthew McCreary

Political expediency begets progress: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Warm words despite their differences: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

It is time for Northern Ireland to govern itself: The Independent
Peter Hain

To Deal or Not: The Blanket (Oct 8)
Martin Ingram

Final offer could be as good as it gets for DUP: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Beyond no surrender: The Times
Editorial

MI5 and the question of accountability: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Dissident link to Strabane robbery: UTV Internet

A heavy caseload of human rights: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Troubles legacy 'needs addressed': BBC

35 years on and the pain still lingers: Andersonstown News (Oct 9)
Damian McCarney

Why do priests not enter integrated schools?: BBC
Maggie Taggart

Businessman 'named and shamed' hits at assets body: The News Letter

Isle tell you what these lands are called: Irish Independent
Damian Corless

Tuesday, October 10

Sectarian Rivals Optimistic After Belfast Talks: New York Times
Sarah Lyall

Paisley talks peace with Ireland's leading Catholic: The Times
David Sharrock

Hain's selling deceit on IRA, says Paisley: Irish Independent

Talks about talks – the ground-work: (from the Irish News)

Pressure on Paisley to make deal as Sinn Fein says 'game on': The Herald
Michael Settle

'Game on' for power-sharing deal in North, says Adams: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Blair – 'opportunity for peace is here': UTV Internet

Nationalist parties meet Irish PM: BBC

Garda boss backs IMC report: UTV Internet

An amazing conversion? The Big Man makes a long journey: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

Bellicose and bigoted all his life – so why this U-turn now?: Irish Independent

Viceroys and reverends: The Guardian
Niall Stanage

The nefarious Mr Peter Hain: Belfast Telegraph
Robert McCartney

From the Balcony: Andersonstown News

Time to share power in Northern Ireland: Financial Times (Oct 9)
Editorial

Brady-Paisley meeting – Talks point the way to better future: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Parties must inch towards resolution: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Meeting the challenge: Irish Independent
Editorial

SDLP to quiz Ahern on MI5: UTV Internet

Spooks still haunt a political settlement: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Dissidents blamed for Coleraine arson attack: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Talks not affected by B&Q blaze, claims MP: The News Letter

Robbery suspects Real IRA 'planning spectacular attack': Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Loyalists must take responsibility for themselves: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Alliance in appeal to address our past: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Victims are getting raw deal, warns Copeland: The News Letter

North on verge of a 'prosperous future': Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Bishop warns against 'threat to faith schools': Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

'No link yet' to £26m heist: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Regiment blighted by collusion claims: (from the Irish News, Oct 7)

An Fhirinne hit out at PSNI filming: Andersonstown News
Roisin McManus

Schoolboy on bail over teen killing: Irish Independent
Ashleigh Wallace

Monday, October 9

Sinn Fein stalling over police threatens power-share talks: The Scotsman
Gerri Peev

N. Ireland summit looms for 2 leaders: Boston Globe (Oct 8)
Kevin Cullen

Paisley's talks with archbishop raise hopes for N Ireland deal: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Major meeting paves way for DUP, SF talks: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Adams leads SF team to meet Ahern: UTV Internet

On-the-runs back to haunt talks: BBC
Mark Devenport

Exiles who fled IRA terror 'should be allowed home': Irish Examiner (Oct 7)

DUP want exiled to come home: UTV Internet

The devolution debate – The blame game must end: Sunday Life (Oct 8)
David Ford

Is Paisley ready to jump?: (from the Sunday Tribune, Oct 8)
Suzanne Breen

Time for Dr No to don sack cloth and ashes: (from the Irish News, Oct 7)
James Kelly

Paisley and McGuinness together? It could just happen: The Herald
Graham Walker

Don't just talk, act: The Sunday Times (Oct 8)
Editorial

Stormont talks – An historic opportunity for change: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Historic breakthrough: Worcester Telegram & News (Oct 7)
Editorial

Human rights warning: UTV Internet

I'll meet UVF to discuss gowdy: Sunday Life (Oct 8)
Stephen Breen

Orde announces review of O'Hagan probe: (from the Irish News, Oct 7)
Bimpe Fatogun

Time for new orde-r?: Sunday Life (Oct 8)
Alan Murray

PSNI now more acceptable – Orde: BBC

Adams murder probe: Sunday Life (Oct 8)
Alan Murray and John McGurk

Nationalist protesters block main road: (from the Irish News, Oct 7)
Claire Simpson

Republicans threaten to invade government offices: Sunday Life (Oct 8)
Stephen Breen

2 Irish clergy to head forum: Springfield Republican
Jo-Ann Moriarty

All aboard the independence bandwagon: Scotland on Sunday (Oct 8)
Eddie Barnes

Sunday, October 8

Paisley rules out St Andrews deal: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

IMC report edges DUP closer to deal: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Adams – 'OTRs no deal breaker': UTV Internet

SF calls for on-the-runs amnesty: BBC

Paisley to ask Brady to pressure Sinn Fein on policing: Sunday Business Post
Kieron Wood

Good omens for Big Ian's talks with 'Antichrist': Sunday Independent
Colum Kenny

The politicians must seize this historic opportunity for peace: The Observer
Peter Hain

The IRA seems serious about peace; so where does that leave Ian Paisley?: Sunday Herald
Ian Bell

Can we believe it?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Are the Troubles really over for Northern Ireland?: Sunday Telegraph
Olga Craig

Paisley – deal or no deal?: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Bishop – time to end posturing: Impartial Reporter

Fresh appeal to find Gray killer: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 4)
Deborah McAleese

PSNI sick days cost £22m: UTV Internet (Oct 4)

Ombudsman says no need for Tasers: BBC (Sep 30)

Very proud day tinged with sadness: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

A regimental service without parallel: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

IRA expert tested bombs in Bahrain: The Sunday Times
John Burns

Special visit forges vital language links: Andersonstown News (Oct 2)
Joe Nawaz

Harte-felt thanks from the queen: Irish Independent (Oct 5)

The official cost of policing city centre for just one Orange walk – £317,000: Sunday Herald
Liam McDougall

Saturday, October 7

Sinn Fein insists 'on the runs' issue must be resolved: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Amnesty will scupper deal, warn unionists: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin

Devolution task force in secret sessions: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Orange and green can be united on basis of equality: North Belfast News
Áine McEntee

Adams dismisses idea of delayed NI deal: RTE

Town shock at presence of dissident terrorists: The News Letter

Can Blair and Hain cope with Sinn Fein's big idea?: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

We are in line with policing, says Sinn Féin: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

SF must join board for sake of progress: The News Letter

Church leaders join to back talks: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Deal or no deal?: Impartial Reporter

Historic venue for marathon talks: BBC
Martina Purdy

In N. Ireland, one way forward, no way back: Springfield Republican (Oct 6)
Editorial

Good News From Northern Ireland: New York Times
Editorial

The Pope's man who went the extra mile for Big Ian: Irish Independent

Ian's followers are lacking in independence of mind: (from the Irish News)
Denis Bradley

UDA did not threaten Irish diplomat – leading loyalist: Village (Sep 21)
Frank Connolly and Justine McCarthy

Feud children 'speak of suicide': BBC

Godfathers bequeath a terrible legacy: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ex-IRA hunger striker criticises 'celebrations': Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Hunger striker in fight for sight: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Queen honours the Royal Irish: The Times
David Sharrock

For bravery and sacrifice over 30 years, 'Home' regiment is honoured in North: Irish Independent

Game ban for bank robbery accused: BBC

We need to get rid of all of the in-built anger: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Mary Lou recruits Bertie's 'Mr Fix-it' for election aid: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Foley's Irish Ties: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com

Friday, October 6

Potential political deal takes shape: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP 'going back on promise' over D'Hondt ruling: The News Letter

Adams – 'Power-sharing is top priority': UTV Internet

'IRA is winding down' says Orde: BBC

Failure to say who killed Donaldson criticised: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

US urges parties to move on: UTV Internet

Report was what governments wanted: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Talk? Time for talking is now over: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

Game on for devolution deal?: BBC (Oct 4)
Mark Devenport

Life-changing moment waits for us all: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP – the only obstacle left: Andersonstown News
Editorial

IMC report puts pressure on DUP: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Talks could mark new relations between DUP and Catholic Church: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 4)
Alf McCreary

Paisley treads a well-worn path: Andersonstown News
Des Wilson

UDA 'needing help' to stand down: BBC

The tragic kids traumatised by loyalist feuding: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Loyalists want civil servant back for event: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Terror victim defies the UVF as he visits grave of murdered best friend: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Serving Judas, Not Justice: The Blanket (Sep 30)
Anthony McIntyre

Court told of Omagh carnage: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Is Ulster's Human Rights Commission a waste of time?: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Protestants urged to be confident: Impartial Reporter

Fear still stalks soldiers of Royal Irish Regiment: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Grosvenor man was killed by 'Official IRA', not loyalists: Andersonstown News
Ciarán Barnes

Business beats Border chill: Irish Independent (Oct 5)

Politicians to meet Old Firm over sectarianism: The Herald
Douglas Fraser

Thursday, October 5

Commission Says I.R.A. Has Halted Terror Activity: New York Times
Sarah Lyall

IRA 'following peaceful path': Baltimore Sun
Janet Stobart

Provos have been transformed, says monitoring body: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Blair declares IRA campaign is 'over': Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Blair hails IRA's 'farewell to arms': Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Ahern welcomes IMC findings on IRA: UTV Internet

Ahern and Blair finalising proposals on North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Dan Keenan

DUP to seek IMC talks: UTV Internet

Board to discuss watchdog report: BBC

IMC assessment on loyalists: UTV Internet

They have gone away, you know: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Arms report is best way for DUP to ensure IRA seeks peace: Irish Independent

Will Dr No decide to dance with the devil?: The Times
David Sharrock

The dismantling of a military machine: The Independent
David McKittrick

Report is music to the ears of leaders eager to do a deal: Irish Independent

The DUP is preparing for a seismic shift: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Editorials

Parties agree to postpone any reduction in MLA numbers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Can Hain deliver the Mandela moment Northern Ireland needs?: Western Mail
David Williamson

Ex-detective in call for inquiry over Haddock: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Pamphlet looks to loyalist future: BBC

Jack the Ripper and the UDA: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Treat UDA move with scepticism: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Policing of estate feud defended: BBC

De Brun to meet Interim Victims Commissioner: UTV Internet

15pc of UDR soldiers were in loyalist terror gangs: Irish Independent
Anita Mullen

Evidence store a mess, trial told: BBC

Male passenger in Omagh bomb car 'grinned' at woman: Irish Independent

No Antrim sanctions for Hunger Strike rally: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison and Keith Bourke

Scots share anti-bigotry efforts: BBC

Wednesday, October 4

IRA units have ceased criminal activity, say monitors: The Times
Philip Webster

Final paper to be put to parties: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Blair to meet Sinn Fein for talks: UTV Internet

Brown 'to continue NI peace policies': Irish Examiner

Mitchell – 'peace needs stability': UTV Internet

Trimble pessimistic: (from the Irish News)

Executive undemocratic – Robinson: BBC

Doing business with the DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP blueprint for progress sets out party needs: The News Letter

Bertie's blunder sees odds on Plan B lengthen: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Loyalists jailed over blackmail: BBC

PSNI appeal over loyalist murder: BBC

Politicians blamed for 'failing' loyalist community volunteers: (from the Irish News, Sep 30)
Steven McCaffery

Paisley keen on historic meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

Paisley due credit for landmark talks: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Tory trickle sign of further expansion?: BBC
Martina Purdy

Omagh trial hears of label changes: UTV Internet

Creating A Viable Alternative: The Blanket (Oct 2)
John Coulter

Brigid just an afterthought in Barron report: (from the Irish News, Oct 2)
Valerie Robinson

Anonymity plea for Wright inquiry: UTV Internet

Councillor calls public to support last hunger strike event: Andersonstown News (Oct 2)

This is not justice: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Blair aids Basque peace process: Daily Telegraph
Fiona Govan

Rangers call for joint effort on sectarianism: The Herald
Stewart Patterson

Tuesday, October 3

DUP unveils plan for devolution: BBC

DUP want IRA command structure dismantled: UTV Internet

Provos writing themselves out of the script for lasting deal: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

NI talks safe without Blair: The Scotsman

D-Day – Decision or Disaster?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Politicians chatter while Ulster fumes: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Brady-Paisley meeting 'a society healing wounds': Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Nationalists say yes to talks between Brady and Paisley: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP head's antipathy towards Catholicism suggests scepticism over meeting not misplaced: (from the Irish News)
John Manley

When Paisley met the Cardinal: Andersonstown News
Editorial

Political role for bank job mastermind: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Senate overcomes US concerns to approve new extradition treaty: The Scotsman
Ethan McNern

UDA group 'wants £8m to disband': BBC

Bertie's Bunker behind UDA threat claim: South Belfast News
Joe Nawaz

Milltown murderer faces new jail term: Sunday Life (Oct 1)
Stephen Breen

Orde criticised over memorial day: BBC

Police have paid a heavy price in our times: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Delusions: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

SF anger as disputed march gets go-ahead: Andersonstown News
Joe Nawaz

Apology over binned bomb evidence: BBC

Date fixed for Omagh civil action: UTV Internet

Full public inquiries the only way forward survivors insist: (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

British Isles is removed from school atlases: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Monday, October 2

Minister Ahern due to meet NI parties: RTE

Crucial IMC report being finalised: Sunday Life (Oct 1)
Brian Rowan

Monitors report on paramilitaries: BBC

Political deal can be done — DUP man: (from the Irish News, Sep 30)

DUP meeting with Church welcomed: BBC

Compromise is essential: Sunday Life (Oct 1)
Alan McBride

Paisley out to prove DUP doesn't have horns: (from the Sunday World, Oct 1)
Gary Kent

Big Ian fails to pass the cornflakes test: (from the Irish News, Sep 30)
James Kelly

South east Antrim brigade to split from UDA: Sunday Life (Oct 1)
Stephen Breen

Cops grill ex-IRA spy over murder: Sunday Life (Oct 1)
Stephen Breen

Gunmen shoot 24-year-old in leg: BBC

'Courage of prisoners and support from the public kept us going': (from the Irish News, Sep 30)
Oliver Hughes

O'Hagan cop-out – NUJ: Sunday Life (Oct 1)
Philip Ireland

Folens to wipe 'British Isles' off the map in new atlas: The Irish Times
Áine Kerr

It's time to move on: The Sunday Times (Oct 1)
Editorial

Sunday, October 1

IMC to report on IRA killing: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Ahern crisis deals blow to plan for power-sharing: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Paisley to meet Catholic Primate: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

Paisley, Brady in historic meeting: The Sunday Times
Christopher Morgan and Liam Clarke

Two deputies are waiting for power: BBC
Gareth Gordon

One in the eye for Kelly?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Civil servants put on alert as plot to seize their offices is exposed: The Observer
Henry McDonald

What next after Ahern's worst week?: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Teflon Taoiseach's brilliant career loses its well-polished shine: The Observer
Henry Patterson

Union Jack taken down: North Belfast News (Sep 29)
Áine McEntee

Orde under pressure on cop ambush linked to Adams' dabs: Sunday Life
Alan Murray

Warship 'sent to head off IRA': The Sunday Times
Isabel Oakeshott and Ed Habershon

Ex-political prisoners recount 'The Troubles' during tours: Toronto Star
Michael Baginski

Why Scotland must be independent: The Sunday Times
Michael Fry



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