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Thursday, October 15

Northern leaders claim further progress on devolving policing: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Committee demands details: Irish News

DUP don't realise it does matter if no-one likes you: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Group calls for opposition to Papal visit: The News Letter

Why Ulster should welcome the Pope: The News Letter
N R Greer

Dissidents 'had details of Ian Paisley jnr's movements': Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Private helicopter used by police: BBC

The decommissioning of Marxism: Guardian.co.uk
Jason Walsh

An Phoblacht and The Irish News: Irish News (Oct 12)

Man shot in west Belfast: UTV Internet

I regret deaths – but I'd bomb again, Patrick Magee tells Commons: The Times (Oct 14)
Valentine Low

The celebration of this smug, unrepentant IRA murderer will give heart to anyone plotting to bomb London: Daily Mail
Stephen Glover

Man who yelled 'Up the Ra' at dead soldier's family is jailed: Irish News

IFI 'offered UDA-linked body £300k unchecked': Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Equality body says republican monument is 'divisive': The News Letter

'Why I lied to my dying mother': BBC
Paul Burnell

Tories' memorial hospital plan a fudge says Bradley: Irish News (Oct 13)
Seanin Graham

Reynolds kept early peace talks from his closest allies: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Policing talks delayed Education Bill – Ruane: The News Letter

Very worrying that Stormont appeals to so few bright kids: Irish News (Oct 13)
Breidge Gadd

Donegal is alienated from Dublin – Deputy First Minister McGuinness tells Letterkenny Chamber: Derry Journal (Oct 13)

Independent methodist minister says those taking part in carnival in Derry are 'doing evil': Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Visit of relics marks start of big year for English Catholics: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Wednesday, October 14

Sinn Fein accept policing offer: The News Letter

Cash deal on justice transfer close: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

PM clears diary to host more talks on policing: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Police deny devolution finance claims: UTV Internet

Chief Constable sidesteps the first of many banana skins: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Smiles from Robinson and McGuinness can't hide fragile relationship: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Obama's administration 'committed to Province': The News Letter

Campbell denies Clinton 'snub': Derry Journal

Will Hillary run out of patience if justice deal is not secured?: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Support victims, Clinton urged: The News Letter

Unionists must take advantage of US input: The News Letter
Editorial

Ritchie to run for SDLP leadership: UTV Internet

Police foil Republican plot to murder Dr Ian Paisley's son: The Herald

Man jailed over Massereene taunt: Belfast Telegraph

Prisoner questioned over punishment shootings: UTV Internet

Get justice out of alleyways and back in the courtrooms: Irish News
Allison Morris

Brighton bomber Patrick Magee defiant at Commons reception: Daily Telegraph

Bomber's Commons appearance 'insulting': The News Letter

Hotel bomber declines to offer further apology: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Brighton bomber – I don't want forgiveness but I feel regret: Belfast Telegraph

Why evil bomber still stalks Brighton: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Questions the Brighton bomber must answer now: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Adams rejects hunger strike 'deal' claims: The News Letter

Hunger striker's mother 'fully behind' INLA move: Derry Journal

INLA must decommission: Derry Journal
Editorial

'Remarkable' work by Reynolds praise: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Pope worry for 'Protestant Taliban': Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Duke of Edinburgh visits Catholic shrine before Pope's stay at the Palace: Daily Telegraph
Tim Walker

Last quango in Belfast – never mind equality, feel the wit: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Why Protestant schools pose a test of the Republic's democracy: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Tuesday, October 13

Clinton Lends Voice To N. Ireland Peace: Washington Post
Mary Beth Sheridan

Settle your differences, Clinton tells Ulster: The Independent
David McKittrick

Clinton pressures Northern Ireland's unionists to end devolution impasse: The Times
David Sharrock

US backs devolution but won't interfere — Clinton: Irish Independent
Steven McCaffery

DUP under pressure over justice powers deal: UTV Internet

Hillary Clinton addresses Stormont Assembly and urges all sides to keep striving for peace: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Kenneth Haynes

Row flares after DUP duo walk out during Clinton ovation: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

No sympathisers in US for Real IRA Clinton says: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Visit takes on biblical proportions, complete with chapter and verse: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Clinton magic brings together warring parties in Ulster: The Times
Jenny Booth

Hillary Clinton's appeal: The Irish Times
Editorial

Hillary Clinton praises women who campaigned for peace: Belfast Telegraph

Clinton can help concentrate minds: Irish News
Editorial

PSNI chief 'likes justice offer': BBC

SF likely to accept justice deal: BBC

McAleese hails policing transformation: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalism must move to next stage of peace process, Purvis tells PUP: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

SF avoiding the past – Purvis: The News Letter

Tories 'still to finalise plans on Troubles legacy': The News Letter

UUP playing Tories' fool as Conservatives seek power: Irish News
Roy Garland

'No plans' for INLA to decommission: UTV Internet

Peace vow follows similar pledges: Irish News

INLA move comes '12 years too late': The News Letter

Statement made by significant IRSP man: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

INLA must now give up the guns: The News Letter
Editorial

Accused had 'dissident' weapons stash: UTV Internet

Hoax taxi bomb alert 'shows dissident threat': The News Letter

Unholy row over McCausland church comments: Belfast Telegraph

Why Evangelical Christians need better protection: The News Letter
David McConaghie

HET to be urged to speed up probe into IRA deaths: Belfast Telegraph

Tebbits back in Brighton to mark 25 years since IRA attack: The Scotsman
Elizabeth Barrett

Joint group to focus on inward investment: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Massacre in Ireland, Massacre in Iraq: CounterPunch.org
Eamonn McCann

Monday, October 12

Clinton Affirms U.S. Ties With Britain and Ireland: New York Times
Mark Landler

Clinton urges Ulster parties to reach police powers deal: The Scotsman
Steven McCaffery

Hillary Clinton seeks Irish crisis breakthrough: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Devolution of policing and justice in NI absolutely essential, says Clinton: The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Unionists spurn Clinton on policing: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Clinton to address NI politicians: BBC

'No support' for Real IRA: UTV Internet

Clinton meets Taoiseach on Dublin visit: RTE

Better late than never for Hillary Clinton's Irish love-in: Belfast Telegraph
Lise Hand

The Clinton approach to Ireland has been vindicated: The Independent
Editorial

Mrs Clinton's visit very welcome: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Purvis urges DUP and Sinn Fein to stop 'politics of fear': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Unionism criticised: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Irish National Liberation Army to disband and give up weapons: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Army of mavericks lays down its arms: The Independent
David McKittrick

INLA preparing to disband – time is right 'to leave': Sunday Tribune (Oct 11)
Suzanne Breen

Cautious welcome for INLA move: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Who are the INLA?: BBC

Practical reasons behind ceasefire: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Decommissioning the next step for republican group INLA: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Peace in Northern Ireland: The Herald
Editorial

Trimble return on the cards: Belfast Telegraph

Tory win could be trouble for North: Sunday Tribune (Oct 11)

Will Cameron prove to be the saviour of the Ulster Unionists?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

'John didn't kill himself': Sunday Tribune (Oct 11)
Suzanne Breen

Shoukri pals confident of parole vote: Belfast Telegraph

Brighton bombing – memorial to mark 25th anniversary of IRA's attack: Daily Telegraph

Brighton Tory bombing remembered: BBC

Brighton bombing – Most audacious terrorist attack in history of IRA: Belfast Telegraph

Brighton bombing – Daily Telegraph journalist recalls: Daily Telegraph
David Hughes

'Keep the Brighton Bomber out of Parliament' says Scots Tory victim: The Herald
Tom Gordon

Will we ever learn from the Brighton bomb?: Daily Telegraph
Norman Tebbit

Cherie – why Paisley didn't shake hands: The Scotsman (Oct 11)
Liz Longden

Paisley blasts Cherie's handshake snub claim: Belfast Telegraph

Sunday, October 11

INLA – We are ready to disarm: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Official IRA starts talking to arms body: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Clinton to meet Cowen and Martin: RTE

If unionists won't make Ulster work, who will?: The News Letter
Edwin Poots

Still plenty of time left for fiddling on the hill: Irish News
James Kelly

A squabbling mess we can do without: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Some things never change: Irish News
Newton Emerson

PSNI defends role at terror display: The News Letter

PSNI has to restore confidence: The News Letter
Editorial

Masked men in bomb threat: The News Letter

Taxi driver told to bring 'bomb': BBC

Orange group issues message of defiance: The News Letter

Paisley Libya claim rejected: The News Letter

Conservatives 'could bin' report on past: UTV Internet

If truth body is unbiased, work with it says party: Irish News (Oct 8)
Diana Rusk

Writs to be issued seeking damages payouts from Adams and McGuinness: Sunday Independent

Hostage recounts suffering of Troubles' victims: The News Letter (Oct 5)

MI5 'planned to blow up Sinn Féin HQ': RTE

Faulkner 'a canny politician': The News Letter (Sep 28)
Alex Kane

Paisley family denies he refused to shake Cherie Blair's hand: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Lisneal College should have steered clear: Derry Journal (Sep 29)
Norman Hamill

'Leaving Belfast was like the end of a love affair' – Holy Cross priest: Evening Herald
Andrew Phelan

Ulster shock at Obama honour: The News Letter

£700,000 lost in cross-border fraud: UTV Internet (Oct 2)

Dublin's financial pain 'is not in our interests': The News Letter (Sep 29)

Former RTÉ chief to head broadcast regulator: The Irish Times (Oct 1)
Paul Cullen

Bertie Ahern – Independence would bring years of debt: The Sunday Times
Jason Allardyce

Saturday, October 10

Hillary Clinton aims to finish the business of peace in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee and David Gordon

Brown gives N Ireland peace finance aid: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

McGuinness urges acceptance of financial package on policing: Belfast Telegraph

Late-night talks edge unionists and nationalists close to policing deal: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Parties 'pressured' on devolution deal: UTV Internet

Q&A – NI Policing and Justice: BBC

Martin McGuinness – 'All I can do is make the future better': The Guardian
Aida Edemariam

Tory links will bridge the divide says Sir Reg: Irish News
William Graham

Shots fired at IRA man's funeral – Republican arrested over domestic dispute killed himself because he couldn't face prison: Daily Mail (Oct 9)
Daniel Bates

Investigators seize Brady cell footage: UTV Internet

Funeral gunmen 'must be arrested': BBC

Republican tradition: Irish News

Distasteful display belongs to the past: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

No role in Ireland for paramilitaries: Irish News
Editorial

Stormont policing bill £8,000 a week: UTV Internet (Oct 6)

Loyalism must deal with past, says Purvis: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Time to talk army support amid polie manpower 'crisis' – stewart: Dromore Leader (Sep 29)
Paul Wilkinson

Those who have learned nothing: Derry Journal
Editorial

CCRC asked to examine Ballymurphy man's case: Irish News (Oct 8)
Marie Louise McCrory

Man denies INLA membership: The Irish Times (Oct 7)

President's praise for local peacemakers: Carrick Times

Lawyers for family of IRA man accuse coroner of mistrust: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 7)

Local solicitor speaks on Irish language law: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Why I want a relationship with Dublin: The News Letter (Oct 5)
Sammy Wilson

Cuts pose a real threat to future of Protestant schools: The Irish Times (Oct 5)
Gordon Linney

Scots ministers win right to speak Gaelic in Brussels – but none are fluent: Daily Telegraph (Oct 8)
Simon Johnson

Friday, October 9

Policing talks 'make progress': BBC

Robinson sets out 'non-negotiables': UTV Internet

Commitment to good relations must be at the Executive's core: Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

Leading from the front is only way forward for Peter: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Bertie – politicians getting it in the neck is a sign of normality: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 8)

Keeping the fragile peace: Irish Independent (Oct 7)
Editorial

Sinn Fein won't say if parades body on talks table: Irish News
William Graham

'Full disclosure needed on Brady death' – Priest: Derry Journal

Shots fired in salute at Real IRA man's funeral: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Anger over paramilitary funeral: UTV Internet

Brady funeral – Discredited gestures: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Man shot in paramilitary-style attack: UTV Internet

Police officer beaten unconscious in Northern Ireland: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Warning dissident republicans are using internet to recruit members: Irish Examiner
Noel Baker

Shiels family 'disgusted' by protest: Derry Journal

Appeal against McDaid bail fails: BBC

Sons of murder victim still being quizzed by police: Belfast Telegraph — link wrong all day, 8 OCT
Deborah McAleese

Sons of murder victim released: The News Letter

Housing body seeks to prove it didn't pay for loyalist memorial: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Loyalist memorial 'glorifies terrorism': The News Letter

Adams – Include loyalist killers' families: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Gerry Adams – the type of truth process I will work with: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Birmingham Six pair may sue barrister for pamphlet defamation: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Mayor criticised over 'no Queen toast': The News Letter

Loyalty to Queen might not mean loyalty to Queen's: Belfast Telegraph

Man consents to UK extradition: RTE

Sir Reg is warmly received by Tories: Belfast Telegraph

Paisley accuses Dublin civil servants of snub to inquiry: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Outrage at 'sectarian rant' over papal visit: Tyrone Times

O'Donoghue didn't kill anyone or bomb any pubs . . . so lighten up on the moral indignation': Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Thursday, October 8

DUP says no 'prerequisites' for policing deal in dossier: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ahern urges end to policing deadlock: UTV Internet

New urgency surrounds Clinton Irish visit: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

Politicians still lacking policy that can unite a divided society: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Destroying the shameful fiction of non-sectarianism: The Irish Times
David Adams

McDaid accused's bail revoked over DNA evidence: Belfast Telegraph

Coleraine in fear as sectarian tensions ratchet up: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Police tactics criticised: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

PSNI searches slammed: Derry Journal

Check points catch drink drivers: Ulster Herald

Controls on informers 'robust': UTV Internet

New powers are to be welcomed: The News Letter
Editorial

Trial of Dundalk man on arms charges resumes in Lithuania: The Irish Times

Newry alert a 'symbolic attack': The News Letter

Loyalist in court on murder bid charge: Belfast Telegraph

Man shot in paramilitary style attack: UTV Internet

Shot IRA man's family tells High Court inquest coroner is biased: Irish News

Jordan inquest judge stands aside: BBC

Catholic from west Belfast could be unionist candidate: The News Letter

Ex-DUP woman selected by Tories: BBC

Sir Reg to make historic Tory conference address: The News Letter

PUP head seeks to end double jobbing: Irish News
William Graham

Call for groups to attend collusion hearing: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Why we can't let truth be the final victim of Bloody Sunday: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Birmingham Six's right to sue appealed by barrister: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Book claims 'no evidence of shoot to kill': Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

'Republicans should help truth commission' – Adams: UTV Internet

Butcher slams McCausland over GAA names: Derry Journal

'IRA dinner dance' to go ahead in the Guildhall: The News Letter

Sinn Fein's treaty stance is out of step with Irish people: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Europe embraced: Irish Echo
Editorial

Wednesday, October 7

Army braced for imminent attack in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Army seeks 40-year sentences for murder of soldiers: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Fears grow for safety of police on the streets of Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Allister under threat from dissidents: UTV Internet

Terror groups who walk with a spring in their step: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Policing talks end without a deal: BBC

'Progress made' at Downing Street talks but still no breakthrough yet: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

I'm not the deputy – McGuinness: The News Letter

Hillary Clinton faces a crisis on Northern Ireland visit: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Executive stalemates 'confidential': The News Letter

A price for policing?: BBC.co.uk
Mark Devenport

War by verbal means is always the best kind: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Arranged marriage hits a rocky patch: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Isn't the political game agonisingly slow?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Province cannot escape cuts – Cameron: The News Letter

Scrap parades commission say DUP: UTV Internet

Brady death protest vigil: Derry Journal

Republican didn't take own life – sister: The News Letter

Answers needed: Derry Journal
Editorial

RIRA trial continues in Lithuania: IrishTimes.com

Paramilitary plinths in garden 'should be removed': The News Letter

Protestant student exodus 'a myth': UTV Internet

Unionist call for single seat in south Belfast: UTV Internet

Violence after latest Old Firm match slammed: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Attackers target home of murder accused's sister: Belfast Telegraph

McDaid suspect bail overturned: BBC

Man released over Massereene murders: UTV Internet

PSNI murder – man released: Irish News

HET arrest man charged with attempted murder: UTV Internet

Hunger striker's children renew inquiry call: Derry Journal

The Brighton Bomb: Jo Berry – at peace with the man who murdered my father: Daily Telegraph
Elizabeth Grice

Why we aren't kicking lumps out of the other side any more: Belfast Telegraph

After 10 years rights bodies list their main achievements: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Tuesday, October 6

Progress but no breakthrough on Northern Ireland policing: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Talks on devolving policing switch to Downing St: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Devolution 'must last' – Cameron: UTV Internet

Anderson warns of Stormont 'crisis': Derry Journal

Policing reforms – 'Eventual benefits will be significant': Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Stormont's squabbling siblings need to catch themselves on: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

This limp Assembly just lets Nolan keep thundering: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Mr Brown Goes to Belfast: The Times
Editorial

Logjam shows lack of leadership: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Allister would relish a snap election: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Family concern at PSNI cell death: BBC

Did Special Branch try to recruit dissident?: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

DSD must not fund this 'shrine': The News Letter
Editorial

McCausland chooses PSNI event as first GAA match: Irish News
Jonathan Drennan

Sunday Life reveals sports body's controverisal memorials to dead IRA members in Ulster: Sunday Life
Aaron Tinney

Sister's pain over Massereene visit: UTV Internet

Murder suspect's family targeted: BBC

The well-loved town: (from the Irish Herald)
Jude Collins

MPs call for Saville delay explanation: UTV Internet

Rights proposals could transform Ireland – north and south – for the better: (from Village magazine)
Colin Harvey

It is time to draft another Bill of Rights: Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

Minister to attend US conference: BBC

Minister urged to help counter the 'brain drain': The News Letter

Protestants and universities – the students hit back: Belfast Telegraph

Yes to Lisbon restores one's faith in humanity: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Cuts may deprive Protestant pupils of choice, claims Bandon principal: Irish Examiner (Oct 5)
Niall Murray

Fitting tribute to those who kept the Irish language alive: Irish News (Oct 1)
Jim Gibney

Why are fewer Catholics taking road to the abbey?: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 30)
Malachi O'Doherty

A papal visit would have more impact this time: The Irish Times (Oct 2)
John Waters

Spare me the Catholic bashing: The Guardian (Oct 2)
Melanie McDonagh

Monday, October 5

Gordon Brown flies to Belfast as row simmers over Stormont powers: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Brown tackles NI policing deadlock: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

'No justice move pre-Christmas': BBC

Trimble tells Ministers to get on with it: Belfast Telegraph
Victor Gordon

Cameron 'reaches out to Stormont': BBC

Why it's a sticky time for parties at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Inquiry begins into death of ex-IRA man in custody: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Police – Don't blame us for cell death: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Brady not on 'suicide watch' when he died: Belfast Telegraph

DUP pressed on selection of double-jobber: The News Letter (Oct 1)

Ex-rugby star queries GAA club named after IRA man: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Survey not sanctioned by Holy Cross: Belfast Media (Oct 2)
Áine McEntee

Violence erupts at Coleraine flashpoint: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Mother of soldier killed in Antrim weeps as regiment returns: The Observer (Oct 4)
Henry McDonald

Anderson speaks on 'truth' at legal conference in Paris: Derry Journal (Sep 30)

Britain offered Gaddafi £14m to stop supporting the IRA: The Independent
Robert Verkaik

Did the PSNI send spies to Libya?: Derry Journal (Sep 29)
Norman Hamill

US firms 'poised to invest': Irish News (Oct 2)

Boston conference to strengthen links: Irish Echo

Our tender relationship with Northern Ireland: Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Sep 30)
Barry Gibson

Former Sinn Fein man backs "sort out transfer chaos" campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

This is a dramatic blow to Sinn Féin's dream of a united Ireland: The Observer (Oct 4)
Henry McDonald

Hammy Enda wows crowds as Adams' star appeal fails: Irish Independent

Irish vote sends Tony Blair racing to EU presidency: The Observer (Oct 4)
Toby Helm

Ireland says Yes to EU, not to the incompetents who lead us: Sunday Independent (Oct 4)
John Drennan

Britain must grow up and stop believing Europhobe nonsense: Guardian.co.uk (Oct 4)
Rafael Behr

Minister denies crisis despite Garda exodus: Irish Examiner (Oct 1)
Cormac O'Keeffe

Sunday, October 4

DUP to negotiate policing 'separately': Irish News
William Graham

UUP warns of potential for 'chaos': The News Letter

Classic tribal row over GAA: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Man still held over officer's murder: UTV Internet

Real IRA may be the winners of Continuity's big split: The Sunday Times — Link repaired 7am EDT
John Mooney

Security alert is declared a hoax: BBC

Bulletproof vests worn by city tour bus drivers: Irish News
Allison Morris

Defining political causes not an Irish strong point: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Don't believe Sinn Fein's truth plea: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Conflict is over but the battle for truth goes on: Irish News (Sep 28)
Tom Kelly

Why no one wants the Eames/Bradley report to open up a new can of worms: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 28)
Laurence White

Ulster Papal visit deemed 'insensitive': The News Letter

MLAs debate problem of Coleraine sectarianism in Stormont: Coleraine Times

'Police must take action to deter sectarian attacks': Newtownabbey Times
Duncan Elder

Inquiry launched into loyalist plinths in DSD-funded garden: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

DUP alone in opposing £20k City Hall artwork: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Exorcising the dark, bloody secrets of IRA in West Cork: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Ireland Votes for A Stronger E.U.: Washington Post
Anthony Faiola

Lisbon Treaty referendum – Irish voters look to EU after death of Celtic Tiger: Sunday Telegraph
Olga Craig

Take me to your bosom, Mama Europe: Sunday Independent

Deep down, the Irish have never really wanted to be independent: Telegraph.co.uk
David Lindsay

At least it wasn't a North poll: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Southern Protestants fight education cuts to schools: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Minister's discriminatory attempts to rewrite history: Sunday Independent
Alan Ruddock

Pressure mounts on Sinn Fein as main parties back petition: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 29)
Kathryn Torney

Ahern and Blair help fund Mitchell portrait: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Revealed – toll of Old Firm clashes on abuse at home: The Herald (Oct 2)
Lucy Adams

Old Firm derby games lead to injuries: The Sunday Times
Mark Macaskill

Brown concedes 'possibility' of independence poll: The Scotsman (Oct 1)

Saturday, October 3

Robinson in no rush on policing: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Parties divided on Brown talks: Belfast Telegraph

Efforts at conciliation ahead of Brown's visit: Irish News
William Graham

No 'blank cheque' for policing – Cameron: UTV Internet

Assembly's demise could prove disastrous for DUP: Irish News
Denis Bradley

'Business-like' three-hour Executive meeting: The News Letter

Robinson and McGuinness meet US envoy separately: Irish News
William Graham

Our discord is economic suicide: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

More racist threats for Asian MLA: UTV Internet

Lo defiant after threat: Belfast Telegraph

Will Chief Constable learn sad lesson?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

West Belfast man stands as Tory/UUP candidate: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Why is Sinn Fein running scared of any voting reform?: Belfast Telegraph
Arelene Foster

What's in a name?: Derry Journal
Editorial

Contentious loyalist parade cost £26,000 to police: Irish News

Committee formed to address parades: Belfast Media
Áine McEntee

CRJ workers told lives under threat: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Protestants are on receiving end: Londonderry Sentinel

I'm no Denis Donaldson, IRA book writer tells republicans: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Omagh bomb appeal in doubt: The News Letter

The crusade for recognition of part-time RUC won't go away: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Our GAA club deserves Kevin Lynch honour' – says Brolly: Derry Journal

Minister hails GAA assurances on policy: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

'Pope Antichrist' remark criticised: Irish News

Blair set to be president of Europe – provided Irish voters back treaty: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Lisbon treaty hangs in balance as Ireland votes: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Little Irelanders' view on Lisbon vote would hurt us all: Belfast Media
Alban Maginness

Eight families meet but not all back statement: Irish News (Sep 28)
Seamus McKinney

All evidence points to dark dealings: Irish News (Sep 29)

Duddy 'never given written statement': Irish News (Sep 29)

Friday, October 2

Gordon Brown to visit Northern Ireland in bid to break deadlock: The Herald

DUP and SF told to settle policing devolution row: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

DUP holds firm ahead of Brown visit: The News Letter

Relationship between ministers at new low as war of words worsens: Irish News
William Graham

'Sinn Fein trying to force snap election': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Hillary Clinton to visit Belfast and Dublin on October 11 and 12: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Kelly Fincham

Hillary Clinton to visit Dublin and Belfast this month: The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe & Dan Keenan

The Clintons and Northern Ireland: BBC

Can Hillary sprinkle a little Clinton magic on our latest crisis?: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Defence Forces told to continue paying border allowance: Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers

Dissident group admits shooting barber five times: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Suspect quizzed over murder of Constable Carroll: Belfast Telegraph

The ceremony that Massereene soldiers never got the chance to attend: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Sinn Fein – our terms for a Truth Commission: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Overall truth' may be lost when Saville is published: Londonderry Sentinel

U.S. Congress to hear McCord Case: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
April Drew

Watchdog meets IRA spy over murder: Belfast Telegraph

GAA 'has no place for politics': BBC

McCausland to attend GAA match: Belfast Telegraph

SF councillor gets a rap on the knuckles for 'juvenile' behaviour: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

'President' Blair waits on voters of Ireland: The Times
Philip Webster, David Charter, Roger Boyes and Charles Bremner

Vatican issues Lisbon Treaty warning to Irish voters: Daily Telegraph
Bruno Waterfield

Lisbon – Former army chiefs battle it out over treaty's role for the military: Limerick Leader
Mike Dwane

British voters should be allowed say on treaty: The News Letter
Diane Dodds

Voting Yes will benefit Ireland: Irish News
Editorial

Britain needs an Irish 'No' to the Lisbon Treaty: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Sectarian parades set to be reduced in number: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Glasgow outsteps Belfast marches: BBC

Reports into cost of parading anger Scottish brethren: The News Letter

Thursday, October 1

McGuinness and Robinson at odds: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McGuinness and Robinson in new clash over policing: Belfast Telegraph

Woodward to address justice issue: BBC

Outbreak of peace brings new era of apathy: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

East Belfast visit a massive step – Kelly: Belfast Telegraph

Political talks on Eames-Bradley proposals could soon be concluded: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Bombers will not beat us – DPP chief: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents 'criminals' says new PSNI chief: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Documents found in dissident hunt: BBC

Dissidents blamed for gang shooting: UTV Internet

Hands off Sinead's song, RIRA site is told: Evening Herald
Michael Lavery

DUP concern over protection guns: BBC

GAA club to continue staging contest named after IRA's Cahill: Irish News
Diana Rusk

McCausland and the GAA – a case of political point-scoring?: Belfast Telegraph
Alasdair McDonnell

Minister playing a complex game: Irish News
Editorial

Public spending is a jungle and we're lost: (from the Sunday Times, Sep 27)
Liam Clarke

Feud suspect's new murder bid charge: Belfast Telegraph

McDaid accused granted contact: UTV Internet

SF blames loyalists for DPP alert: UTV Internet

McCords welcome Congress hearing: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Victim's account of attack 'was truthful': Belfast Telegraph

Report on Newry mortar blast due: Newry Democrat

Two quizzed after man, 25, is shot five times: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

US envoy to hold Stormont talks: BBC

Irish parties fail to advocate economic or social positions: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Anti-Lisbon Sinn Fein 'partitionist', SDLP leader says: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Eurosceptic line of Irish editions of UK papers more muted this time around: The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Lisbon 'Yes' vote is vital for Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Second time around: Irish Echo
Editorial

Yes camp fights British opinion as Ireland votes on Lisbon treaty: The Guardian
Ian Traynor

Provos 'kept rivals in dark': Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Independent inquiry may end 'festering sore': Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Honour of those who died needs explanation: Irish News
Hugh Logue

Hunger Strike freed us all from cycle of deadly ways: Irish News
Roy Garland



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