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Friday, October 15

Peter Robinson urged to reject joint peace award with Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Judge to rule on murdered Massereene soldiers case: BBC

Cookstown arms accused 'on RIRA duty': UTV Internet

Derry businesses defiant after bomb attacks in city (Oct 10): Sunday Business Post
Peter Geoghegan

UVF meets PUP for crunch talks: UTV Internet

Meals for riot police at interface cost £68,000: Belfast Telegraph

Ulster to go to polls next May: The News Letter

New Durkan aims for leader's seat: Belfast Telegraph

Bradley to step down from SDLP roles: UTV Internet

Ford in bid to give more powers to Attorney General: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Family says 'Exchequer got off light' with Saville: BBC

Lord Carswell calls for an end to Troubles inquiries: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Saville's Straight Bat: BBC
Mark Devenport

Parts of postman murder files to remain concealed: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria McMahon

Campaigners to query 'Scottish link': Belfast Media
Kevin McAnena

We had victims too, says MP: Impartial Reporter

Tribalism is on the wane. So why make it a public policy? (Oct 12): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Tory knives sharpened for Ulster – Dodds: The News Letter

Owen Paterson makes commitment on capital funding: BBC

SF calls for consensus to tackle budget cuts in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SF calls for Stormont pay cut: UTV Internet

"Blue Sky" or "Pie In The Sky?": BBC
Mark Devenport

Man to whip North into fiscal shape: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Sporting bodies unite against hate: Belfast Telegraph

'Gun' row – Silence 6 months on: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Under attack PSNI station to be disposed of (Oct 12): The News Letter

Forkhill Army base to become children's playground: Belfast Telegraph

Anti-Catholic laws slated by Cardinal: Irish Post

Row over 'Sacred Heart' statue at cemetery: Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

Adams slams Sinn Féin talks exclusion: UTV Internet

Newspapers must not go back in time and ignore Northern Ireland (Oct 11):
Roy Greenslade

Thursday, October 14

Real IRA getting new weapons in Eastern Europe: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

'Bombing will achieve nothing': Derry Journal

Three arrested in Cookstown facing firearm offences: BBC

Londonderry republican group urges an end to strip searches: Londonderry Sentinel

Police lost RIRA getaway car label: UTV Internet

Brady family protest on first anniversary: Derry Journal

Gang pays dissidents protection: Irish Independent
Barry Duggan

Up to 30% supporting dissidents: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Dissidents' support is not as widespread as thought: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Visit part of new anti-dissident strategy (Oct 12): BBC
Mark Simpson

The question is not whether but how: (from Fortnight)
Harold Good

Time for the dissidents to quit: Irish Post

Intelligence key to good security: The News Letter

Hundreds evacuated in city alert: UTV Internet

Loyalist link to police attacks investigated: BBC

'Sectarian' car attacks slammed: Derry Journal

'Sectarianism needs to be tackled early': The News Letter

SDLP leader on paramiltary style shootings and looming budget cuts: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Bringing peace and pizza to the interfaces (Oct 12): BBC
Tara Mills

PPS must face the community demands CRJ: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Sinn Féin brands PSNI response to armed robbery "inadequate and disgraceful": The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Budget will not affect fight against dissidents: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

NI Justice budget will be ring-fenced: UTV Internet

Sammy Wilson – Resisting cuts 'delusional': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein cuts plan 'could save £1bn': UTV Internet

Stormont coalition makes Father Ted look like a documentary: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Waiting for the call: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Could economic cuts hurt the peace process?: The News Letter
Harry Barnes

FAIR still to meet with funding body: The News Letter

Lord Saville defends millions in fees to Bloody Sunday lawyers: Daily Telegraph
Rosa Prince

Irish Language Act moves centre stage: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Solution in view for troubled Presbyterian Mutual Society: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SDLP delegation meets Dáil opposites: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Wednesday, October 13

Gardai step up hunt for Real IRA after arms seizures: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Dissident arms cache made safe by Army: The Irish Times
Elaine Keogh & Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Fein fury at UUP snub to joint opposition on cuts: Belfast Telegraph

£18bn pledge must be fulfilled – leaders: UTV Internet

Dawn Purvis seeks ban on double jobbing 'when voters cannot even find one': Belfast Telegraph

Double Jobs and Soldiers: BBC
Mark Devenport

Alex Maskey Belfast's first republican mayor quits council seat: Belfast Telegraph

Orange hall is 'being used as a public notice board': The News Letter

Colin Duffy sexually violated in prison search, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

'Terrorist kit' found in car links accused to murders, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Officer hospitalised in NI attack:

Northern Ireland teenagers who told of beatings before murder confessions (Oct 11):
Ian Cobain

Hopes that teen's killers will be brought to justice: Belfast Media
Ian Allen

Saville before Commons committee tomorrow: Derry Journal

Birmingham Six member awarded libel damages: Irish Independent
Jan Colley

Gareth Peirce – Why I still fight for human rights (Oct 12): The Guardian
Stuart Jeffries

The party ethos that helped broker peace: Belfast Telegraph
Sean Farren

When ex-governor Jerry Brown saved the Irish peace process: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Céad míle fáilte for Comptroller Liu: Belfast Media

Free peace training offered in Londonderry: Londonderry Sentinel

'Deal in sight' for PMS savers: The News Letter

Eric Joyce – The former Northern Ireland soldier who's now a shadow minister: Belfast Telegraph

Cusack dismisses Dáil bid speculation: Irish Examiner
Paul Keane

Chomsky says Northern Ireland is model for Kurdish solution: Irish Voice/
Barry J Whyte

Tuesday, October 12

Gardai uncover Real IRA weapons dump in woods: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Irish police find explosives and arms dump in blow to dissident republicans: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Four arrested as gun found in car in Cookstown: BBC

Paterson outlines determination to deal with dissidents: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Deadly explosive found in raid on house: Evening Herald
Michael Lavery

Wrong to dismiss the dissident threat: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Dissidents 'betraying ideal of unity': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Martin preaches unity – but only north of the Border: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Parades body jobs are advertised: BBC

Unionist outrage at 'illegal' parade: The News Letter

Graffiti daubed on Rasharkin Hall: UTV Internet

Orange hall attacked by hammers: The News Letter

Ulster Bank apology to Orange Order: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Scanners to replace searches at Maghaberry Prison: Belfast Telegraph

Hundreds of Northern Ireland 'terrorists' allege police torture:
Ian Cobain

Inside Castlereagh – 'We got confessions by torture':
Ian Cobain

Staff to be consulted over bomb memorial: The News Letter

Making peace with the past in Northern Ireland:
Kieran McEvoy

Top New Yorker in city visit: UTV Internet

Clinton 'backs Stormont on funding': Belfast Telegraph

Double jobbing: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Protestant recruitment 'falling': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin deny Cusack election candidacy bid: Irish Examiner
Conall O Fátharta

Cusack may add all-star power to Labour or Sinn Fein ticket: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

FG U-turn as Canon appointed to Cork VEC seat: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Monday, October 11

Real IRA wants to bomb the North back to the future (Oct 10): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Two men are charged with gun and IRA membership offences: Irish Examiner
Scott Millar

Protestors hold vigil to mark death of dissident in police cell: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Talking to Terrorists (part 95): (from Fortnight)
Adrian Guelke

Crime gang anti-IRA force 'a joke', say gardaí (Oct 10): Sunday Tribune
Ali Bracken

Unionist leader criticises Adams's remarks: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Dan Keenan

Hardline unionist party to contest elections in north (Oct 10): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Castle tipped to host queen on historic visit next year: Irish Independent
Eimear Ni Bhraonain and Ralph Riegel

37 years on cops launch new probe into murder of local teenager Eileen: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Bomb survivor reveals trauma: Newry Democrat
Claire Treanor

MoD took softer line on loyalist paramilitaries, secret files reveal: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Football fans hit out at BNP over 'nauseous' protest at Glentoran match: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Sport in bid to tackle hate crime (Oct 6): Belfast Telegraph

A tribute to Hume, but don't tell him: Irish Independent
Ken Sweeney

South Armagh Memorial Garden unveiled: The Cross Examiner

The Commonwealth is where Britain belongs: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Booker

Cross-border partnership innovation in healthcare: The Irish Times
Barry O'Halloran

Step forward Eamon Gilmore, and take ownership of your 'radical' past (Oct 10): Sunday Tribune
David Kenny

Privacy? Be careful what you wish for (Oct 10): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Sunday, October 10

Robinson's call for cuts meets strong criticism: The News Letter

Elliott positive about elections after resignations: UTV Internet

North in security lockdown to thwart dissidents: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Tenth person arrested after bomb parts seized: UTV Internet

McGuinness 'owes Neanderthals an apology': BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Nick Clegg – I'm acutely aware of Northern Ireland's financial woes: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

The SDLP – 40 Years On: (from Fortnight)
Cillian McGrattan

Tyrone Orange Hall damaged in hammer attack: BBC

Paramilitaries order burglar to return laptops: UTV Internet

Diplomatic storm brewing with UK over cash for lighthouses: Sunday Independent
Des Busteed

William W. 'Bill' Norton dies at 85; screenwriter became gunrunner: Los Angeles Times

Former SNP leader Gordon Wilson to push independence: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Saturday, October 9

SF hits out at DUP Stormont plans: UTV Internet

Fury over Tom Elliott's attack on devolved leaders' cuts plea: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Gardai find bomb parts in raid on Real IRA: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Pollen 'links Colin Duffy to Massereene barracks murders': Belfast Telegraph

Bomb hotel welcomes police meeting: UTV Internet

Man in court on 'information' charge: Mid Ulster Mail

True republicans reject violence: Gulf News

Community backs PSNI on photos (Oct 6): The News Letter
N R Greer

Victim's brother in crunch meeting: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Paterson challenged over wristband: Belfast Telegraph

I didn't snub victims' families, says Lord Mayor: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Declassified files from Northern Ireland Troubles placed online: Belfast Telegraph

Gilmore happy to studiously avoid sticky situations: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Woodward named shadow NI secretary: UTV Internet

Council voicemail to accommodate Irish and Ulster-Scots: Portadown Times

Look in the mirror and adopt a more conciliatory role in society, Bishop tells Synod: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

High time for action on PMS: The News Letter

Call for anti-terror law overhaul:
Paddy McGuffin

Police set to reduce presence at Orange Order's city parade: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Friday, October 8

Elliott rejects Prime Minister's call for merger: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Departments should be cut-Robinson: BBC

Robinson hopes to axe 33 MLAs: The News Letter

Electoral pact could improve the fortunes of centre parties: The News Letter
Michael Kerr

Major PSNI operation against dissidents announced: BBC

Bomb forces OAP's out of home for fifth time this year: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan and Olga Bradshaw

Union is endorsed by PM: The News Letter

Britain will honour its €1bn pledge for North: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Draconian cuts will hit us hardest of all: Belfast Telegraph

Republican protest costs £138,000: Londonderry Sentinel

Disappointment at Ballymurphy meeting: UTV Internet

Inquiry probes collusion link: Newry Democrat
Brian Hyland

Time to see sense in Poots legal row (Oct 6): Belfast Telegraph

Forum held to encourage Protestant participation: Londonderry Sentinel

Harnessing the passion of youth is key to the future: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Smyth

Hopes fading for full PMS refund: The News Letter

FG warns Irish neutrality must evolve to face new global threats: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Thursday, October 7

Did Orange Order chief's comments breach hate laws?: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Cameron pledge to fight dissident republican violence: BBC

Armed dissidents 'will not succeed': Belfast Telegraph

What Was the Message Behind the Real IRA Bomb?: Time
Fionola Meredith

Competing Insults: BBC

Policing Board members call for bomb site meeting to go ahead: Londonderry Sentinel

One in seven Northern Ireland nationalists sympathise with dissident terrorists:
Henry McDonald

Dissident support 'not negligible': UTV Internet

Dissident support a wake-up call: The News Letter

Memorial ban upheld after RIRA funeral: UTV Internet

Tom Elliott – my sadness at Bradshaw quitting: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

UUP 'not a cold house for women': The News Letter

UUP and the Tories – how brothers became cousins: BBC
Stephen Walker

DUP appeals over unity are 'empty talk' – Allister: The News Letter

Cameron in pledge to work for 'lasting peace': The News Letter

Paterson meets victims' families: BBC

Unionist glad Irish name is knocked back: Ballymoney Times

Robinson issues budget warnings: UTV Internet

NI to overhaul PSNI compensation system: RTE

Soldiers pulled out of Massereene Army barracks: Belfast Telegraph

Renewal of 'just and fair' pledge on PMS: The News Letter

Number of ordinations in Ireland drops below England and Wales: Irish Post

Plans to change NI corporation tax levels: RTE

Wednesday, October 6

Real IRA takes blame as Derry blast injures two policemen: The Independent
David McKittrick

Real IRA claims responsibility for 100kg car bomb attack: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Car bomb was abandoned by terrorists, police believe: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Car blast heightens fears of dissident attacks: Irish Examiner

Martin McGuinness condemns Real IRA's Derry bomb:
Henry McDonald

Bombers 'represent no-one' – Bishop: Derry Journal

'I will not to be dragged back into the past': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Shock as dissident support revealed: The News Letter

Dissidents have 'absolutely nothing to offer': The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Bomb attack 'utter madness' – MP: Derry Journal

Cameron to slam dissidents in speech: UTV Internet

'Give up this futile strategy' – McCann: Derry Journal

Italy remain calm about NI trip despite Derry bomb: BBC

'Brits Out' hardliners deaf to all ideas of compromise: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Despite Peace, Some in Ulster Want War:
Robery Mackey

Real IRA returns to Derry: The Irish Times

Republicans accuse police of "aggressive provocation": The Cross Examiner

RIRA targets drug dealers: Derry Journal

Orange Order chief brands dissident terrorists as 'Roman Catholic IRA': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Ringland won't rule out return: The News Letter

UUP and conservative alliance ends: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Does the UUP think it's still 1957 and women should make the tea?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

McGuinness urges Tories to guarantee £18bn funding: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Paterson sparks segregation row: UTV Internet

Brown could not honour pledge on funds, says Paterson: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

We need to show Treasury we're pulling our weight: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Gilmore evasive on his former links with Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Wanted – new Taoiseach (don't all rush at once): Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Voting snub to North's citizens must end: The Irish Times
Darach MacDonald

'SF showed more respect to Church of Ireland than FG': Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

'Not an inch' is one policy Israel should not borrow: Belfast Telegraph
David Morrison

Feuds corner as cuts bite and election fever grips Ireland: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Lord Patten sets tongues wagging as he flies into Rome: Daily Telegraph
Tim Walker

Tuesday, October 5

Dissidents blamed for Derry car bomb: UTV Internet

Ahern says no let-up in confronting dissidents: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dissidents' bomb techniques 'of great concern': The Independent

Ringland quits UUP over stance on GAA: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ringland UUP resignation 'unnecessary': UTV Internet

Double blow for Ulster Unionists: The News Letter

Equal But Different?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Unionist councillors in altercation at chamber: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Self-serving governors embarrass Northern Ireland – Ruth Dudley Edwards: The News Letter
Ruth Dudley Edwards

McGuinness to address Tory conference: RTE

NI faces 25-year transition – PM: UTV Internet

Paterson's cuts remarks 'offensive' says McGuinness: BBC

Birmingham calling: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

David Ervine's brother to run for PUP leadership: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Supergrass 'needs to point up not down': Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

BNP takes hate message to Larne with fake picture: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran Barnes

Gerry Evans' family devastated 'Disappeared' dig ended: The Irish Times

Ministers back Team NI: The News Letter

Ireland's call for a shared future may just have a sporting chance: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Cameron challenges SNP to call independence referendum: BBC

Monday, October 4

St Andrew's Agreement pledges 'need to be honoured': BBC

OFMDFM committee 'stifled by party loyalty' says Kelly: BBC

Damning criticism of plan to heal Northern Ireland divisions: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

It's time to rebrand this baffled band of brethren (Sep 30): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Former rugby star Ringland to decide on UUP future: BBC

Ulster Unionist MLA Ken Robinson to retire: BBC

Security concerns as Martin McGuinness heads to Tory conference: Belfast Telegraph

'Why can't they just leave us to live in peace? We've been through enough' (Oct 3): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin's economics simply don't add up (Oct 3): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Camogie and hockey players team up for peace project: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Does the Celtic Tiger need a helping hand from "The Auld Enemy"?: (from the Government Gazette)
John Coulter

Sunday, October 3

Party's left me in limbo, claims top Ulster Tory: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Which Way Might The Wilson Vote Go?: BBC

Terrorism and Unionist inner fighting await returning MLAs: (from the Government Gazette)
John Coulter

Gardai prepare plan for Queen's arrival: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

FG Gaeltacht spokesman will resit Leaving Cert Irish exam: Sunday Independent
Nick Bramhill

Independence is not the problem for wounded Celtic Tiger: Scotland on Sunday
Duncan Hamilton

'We walk as a community in darkness down a strangely unfamiliar road, into a new landscape which has no maps': Sunday Herald
Rob Brown

Foreign Affairs – For the love of the Irish: Jerusalem Post
Ruth Eglash

Saturday, October 2

PSNI set up 'special team' to tackle dissidents: Derry Journal

Real IRA weapons smugglers jailed after MI5 sting: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Dissident accused had PSNI car details: UTV Internet

'RAAD have no respect' – Devine family: Derry Journal

Four men charged after Twelfth riots in Belfast: BBC

Christian principles important to DUP councillor's outlook on life: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Unionists must learn not to cast the first stone (Sep 20): The News Letter
Neil Morton

Anti-fascist move by the SDLP: Londonderry Sentinel

Hard to know what to believe, says Claudy survivor: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Cameron's Derry resolve needed to end nightmare of our families: Belfast Media

Family of shooting victim want crime novel by former IRA man withdrawn: Irish Examiner
Scott Millar and Colm Kelpie

Birthday celebrations ruined by sectarian intimidation: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Drug baron Howard Marks 'had IRA man on payroll': Belfast Telegraph

Paterson – US support 'encouraging': The News Letter

When the time is right to talk to terrorists: The Irish Times
Ed Moloney

What of the truly secular notion of live and let live? (Sep 23): The Irish Times
David Adams

Ireland's economic woes poke a hole in Alex Salmond's 'arc of prosperity': Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Friday, October 1

Robinson's unionist unity plea just 'big words' says new UUP leader: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

'Keep Wilson as finance minister': The News Letter
Sam McBride

UUP reject Paula Bradshaw Stormont selection bid: BBC

'Politicians must think beyond next election': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Unionism's leaders offer few policies which inspire: The News Letter
Henry Patterson

Irish republicans black belt holders in equality game: Londonderry Sentinel
Gregory Campbell

Pair arrested over dissident activity: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Judicial Review sought over Londonderry PSNI Operation Exposure: Londonderry Sentinel

Man charged in connection with dissident police probe: BBC

Were Provos behind shooting incident in Gobnascale?: Londonderry Sentinel

Fresh probe into 1973 murder of Eileen Doherty: BBC

UUP councillor hits back at Fr Chesney claims: Londonderry Sentinel

Bill Clinton says Northern Ireland an example for Middle East: Irish Voice/
Molly Muldoon

Nobel laureate Hume thanks Clinton for visit: Londonderry Sentinel

Clinton joined by Adams and Blair for dinner: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle and Caitlin McBride

Clinton's return – a family reunion (Sep 29): BBC
Mark Simpson

Clinton sets challenge on economic policy: Belfast Telegraph

Dublin has paid just 2% of promised Londonderry road contribution: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Half of Northern Ireland drivers dodge Dublin toll: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Brennan

The Celtic Tiger is in danger of becoming extinct: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie


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