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Saturday, October 15

Don't hand justice powers to first ministers – David Ford: The News Letter

Finucane family 'lured to Downing Street under false pretences': BBC

Finucanes' furious attack on 'scampering' David Cameron: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Pat Finucane – Government's reputation flags by failing to set standard: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Ferris strays from party line to suggest McGuinness only on loan Down Here: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Meaney backing Martin – from Spain: Irish Independent

McGuinness detractors guilty of underestimating 'sod you' factor: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

McGuinness's IRA showed no mercy as they shot a Dublin civil servant: Irish Independent
Kim Bielenberg

Soldier's son highlights inconvenient truth about SF: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Election 'bearpit' is miles from gravitas of de Valera: Irish Independent

Republic's election antics are a sorry sight: Belfast Telegraph

SF orders its activists to bombard RTE with complaints as McGuinness dodges questions: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

I back Miriam but won't take same line, vows Kenny: Evening Herald
Melanie Finn

The threat of the job: Belfast Media

DUP man suspended over bomb charges: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Viable devices found in police search in south Belfast: BBC

DUP MP Gregory Campbell rules out dissident talks: BBC

Taxi driver appeal over Derry bomb: UTV

'Overwhelmed' by public support: Derry Journal

Dissident group insists 'no threats were made to community': Tyrone Times

United we stand against terrorism: Belfast Telegraph

Hearing will rule if republican Marian Price to be tried: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Colm Murphy and Seamus Daly to face Omagh bomb retrials: BBC

McKevitt and Campbell seek Omagh appeal: RTE

Vote for Hope by backing Shankill nursery in funds bid, says Mayor: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

President revisits Lebanon on her final foreign trip in office: The Irish Times
Kathy Sheridan

BNP leader banned from Trinity debate: Irish Examiner
Ed Carty

Apartment block must be vacated, judge rules: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Celtic chief warns fans will be sanctioned over Provo chanting: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Let's stand up for the 90-minute bigots:
Kevin Rooney

Friday, October 14

DUP can't push SF too far – Robinson: The News Letter

McGuinness goes ballistic at Miriam: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

RTE presidential debate was show trial says Martin McGuinness: BBC

RTÉ treatment of McGuinness generates over 100 complaints: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

My choice for president of Ireland is...: Irish Voice/
Cormac MacConnell

Real IRA blamed for Derry bomb:
Henry McDonald

Community silence 'aids dissidents': Belfast Telegraph

Senseless Londonderry culture office bombers will kill – PSNI chief: Londonderry Sentinel

Hundreds protest at Derry City of Culture office bombing: BBC

Northern Ireland – Mayor says bomb is an 'attack on the future of Derry': Daily Telegraph

Derry dissidents 'weak-minded' – FM: UTV

Human Rights chief's outrage at bomb attack: Derry Journal

'City of bombs' or City of Culture?: BBC
Simon Hunter

Ex-agent claims MI5 cut his cash to silence him: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Finucanes to 'put record straight': UTV

Anger in US over Finucane public inquiry rejection: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee and Elizabeth Barrett

Finucane decision will leave doubts and concerns over case – Cory:
Barry McCaffrey

Sec. Clinton asked to intervene on subpoena for oral histories of IRA members:
Daniel Strauss

Orange fury over hunger striker 'glory': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Wounded terror victim slams IRA man payout: The News Letter

Poignant trip as Larne group remembers Troubles victims: Larne Times

Memorial protest to take place at Fire Station: Impartial Reporter

Omagh trauma centre to close: BBC

Irish recruits in British Army double: Irish Independent
Graham Clifford

Loyalist leaders hope USA trip will help them help themselves: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Going back to the grassroots to reclaim trouble spots (Oct 11): Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Fellowship declares its opposition to civil unions: Portadown Times

Luxury lifestyle of ex-IRA man jailed for post office raid: Evening Herald
Cormac Murphy

I am Pontius Pilate of Neil Lennon case, says Donald Findlay: The Scotsman

Is the EDL the new voice of the white working class? (Sep 16): Daily Telegraph
Damian Thompson

Thursday, October 13

UK offers apology but no inquiry over 1989 Belfast murder: CNN
Peter Taggart

Owen Paterson says Pat Finucane review will uncover the truth: BBC

PM's actions 'cruel' – Finucane widow: UTV

A day when expectations turned to frustration for Finucane family: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Paterson grabs moral high ground: BBC
Mark Devenport

Did David Cameron get a whispered warning over Finucane at the last minute?: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Downing Street shock: UTV
Ken Reid

The Ghost of Pat Finucane still stalks the British:
Chris Moore

Pat Finucane murder – a scary admission by the state:
Michael White

We fell short over St Andrew's says DUP leader Peter Robinson: BBC

Robinson's stormy relationship with Blair: UTV

McGuinness is misleading the young, says dead garda's sister: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Unionist outrage over McGuinness's posters: The News Letter

'McGuinness has no right to ask me to move on from the horror of my father's murder by the IRA': Irish Independent
Austin Stack

North moved on but we didn't take leap of faith: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Why Provo campaign was unlike what came before: The Irish Times
Seán Farren

McGuinness is part of the IRA's army council. This question remains central to the election (Oct 12): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Is it OK for clergy to support election rallies?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Read my lips – I am not a Provo: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Kerry alerted to BC case: Irish Echo

'Carson Parade' park plan row: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Explosion at Derry's City of Culture office: RTE

Bomb hoax suspect faces raft of charges: Belfast Telegraph

Supergrass quizzed over past: UTV

'Shame that UVF man came to peace too late': Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Festive Irish signage plan is written off (Oct 5): The News Letter

Racists blamed for Co Antrim pipe bomb attack:
Henry McDonald

Delay is bad news for our economy (Oct 11): Belfast Telegraph

Bid to end royal Catholic ban: The Herald
Michael Settle

Citing the banking crisis as an argument to prove Scotland could not be governed independently has no moral or legal foundation (Oct 13): The Scotsman
John Kay

Wednesday, October 12

Allister proposes law to oust killer adviser: The News Letter

'There's blood on your hands, McGuinness': Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Roddy challenged over McGuinness rally: BBC

Derry centre chief defends attending Martin McGuinness rally: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Scenes from the campaign trail:
Barry McCaffrey

Valiant ... moment a hero's son took on IRA godfather: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

McGuinness campaign a circus – victim: The News Letter

Darker deeds of McGuinness's past cast a very long shadow: Irish Independent

Relatives put McGuinness's past under renewed scrutiny: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty & Stephen Collins

Real story of McGuinness must be told: Evening Herald

McGuinness says that as a republican he wants to represent 32 counties: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Martin McGuinness would still preside over partition:
Henry McDonald

Mitchell calls for discussions on rejoining Commonwealth: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien and Shaun Connolly

FG plays down Mitchell gaffe on Commonwealth: Irish Independent

Assembly unites behind PSNI against dissidents: The News Letter

Catholic toddler 'traumatised' after hammer attack on home: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Pat Finucane's family's anger over inquiry decision:
Henry McDonald

Pat Finucane review – Woodward calls Cameron meeting 'crass and cruel': BBC

Unionists welcome Finucane decision: The News Letter

Inquiry into Finucane killing cannot be forced, says Kenny: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien and Daniel Bentley

Pat Finucane's murder was one of NI's most controversial killings: BBC
Mark Devenport

Why did Cameron renege on Pat Finucane deal?:
Barry McCaffrey

Pat Finucane murder – After 22 years, there is still no closure: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Cynicism at SF inquiry report: The News Letter

'Shoot-to-kill' victim awarded £75,000: Tyrone Times

Payout to IRA driver "outrageous": The News Letter

We need better way to deal with the past: Belfast Telegraph

Report finally acknowledges truth of father's murder: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Supergrass denies he wanted a 'better deal': Belfast Telegraph

Kevin McDaid murder charges to be dropped to manslaughter: BBC

Church of Ireland's gay row 'puts unity in danger': Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Only England fails to foresee the demise of its first empire:
Simon Jenkins

Tuesday, October 11

McGuinness branded a liar by son of soldier killed in IRA shoot-out: Irish Examiner
Eoghan MacConnell and Paul O'Brien

McGuinness acts to deal with controversy on soldier's death: The Irish Times
Harry McGee & Eoghan McConnell

SF is a movement with a mission as it steals FF's clothes (Sep 25): Sunday Independent
Celia Larkin

Sinn Féin's success in polls built on protest vote (Oct 9): Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

Martin can't point a finger (Oct 9): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

While Fine Gael's crude attacks may help Martin McGuinness's presidential campaign with some voters, there are many more of us who still feel uneasy about what he stands for (Oct 9): Sunday Business Post
Jennifer O'Connell

Hidden dangers of McGuinness (Oct 9): Sunday Independent

DPP meets in Derry for first time since dissident protests: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeny

Stoops must merge with the Shinners: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Ó Cuív not allowed to visit prisoner (Oct 9): Sunday Business Post
Kieron Wood

Men arrested in Keady, south Armagh, 'were going to bury guns': BBC

Alliance call to deal with NI past: UTV

Pat Finucane's family meet Prime Minister David Cameron: BBC

Top QC likely to lead Pat Finucane killing inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Smithwick Tribunal focuses on Leo Colton: RTE

Victims 'feel betrayed' over rubble row: The News Letter

Irish-speaking MLA gagged after new Stormont spat: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

There'll be no Irish Christmas at City Hall: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Adams extradition appeal delayed: UTV

Will Northern Ireland ever be able to vote for the Irish President?: BBC
Shane Harrison

Peter Robinson fumes at business tax delay: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Belfast – a city transformed but with an eye on the past: Daily Telegraph
Charles Spencer

Northern Ireland looks to Titanic for economic boost:
Henry McDonald

Scotland's 'independence generation' that could decide fate of the union (Oct 9):
Severin Carrell

Burning the EU flag amid sectarian abuse Meet the election agent of the Tories' moderate face (Sep 11): The Herald
Paul Hutcheon

Ahern 'brainstorms' to aid Basque peace process: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Monday, October 10

Time not right for Royal family meeting – Sinn Fein: BBC

Sinn Fein's stance on Queen 'laughable': Belfast Telegraph

Mitchell cannot allow McGuinness to rewrite history (Oct 9): Sunday Independent
Gary Murphy

All of Ireland could use what Martin McGuinness gave the North:
Ronan Bennett

Memories of 'darkest day' haven't gone away (Oct 9): Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Hidden dangers of McGuinness (Oct 9): Sunday Independent

Time for unionists to stand firm: The News Letter
Alex Kane

PSNI Out – Hardline republicans' fury at cops in schools (Oct 9): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Outcry as GAA uses police station rubble: The News Letter

Conall McDevitt pledges to unite SDLP: Belfast Telegraph

Brid Rodgers supports SDLP candidate Conall McDevitt: BBC

Plans to cut allowances for double-jobbers: UTV

Councillors milking it in the chamber: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Massereene mum is off life support (Oct 9): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Northern Ireland parade honours Irish Guards: Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

SDLP steps up murders probe call: Belfast Telegraph
Colin O'Carroll

Order tour highlights human cost of terror (Sep 22): The News Letter

Smithwick Tribunal extension agreed: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Hunger strike anniversary remembered in Derry: Derry Journal

Officer recalls link to Finucane on new CD: The News Letter

Police college will train PSNI officers and gardaí: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

North's rights chief is gay advocate: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

MSPs on justice committee back sectarian bill (Oct 6): BBC

Scotland gets choice of 'independence lite' in referendum:
Severin Carrell

Alex Salmond to let 16-year-olds vote in bid to secure Scottish independence: Belfast Telegraph
Hamish Macdonell

Alex Salmond – 'the days of Tory PMs telling Scotland what to do are over':
Severin Carrell

Scottish and Welsh voters enjoy devolution's slippery slope:
John Curtice

Sunday, October 9

Former moderator says executive programme 'not enough': BBC

Draft programme for government highlights job creation and economy (Oct 3): BBC
Martina Purdy

Ford slams "slow progress" of Stormont's community relations strategy (Sep 16): BBC
David Gordon

RTE can claim credit for the surge in Sinn Fein support: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Now Martin is the one who's in the firing line (Sep 29): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

In three-horse race Martin 'McMandela' may shade it: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Don't mention the IRA to Martin McGuinness: Sunday Telegraph
Andrew Gilligan

Rivals too soft on 'Mandela' McGuinness: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

The race to the park (Sep 29): Impartial Reporter
Mary Lynch

The dead don't vote but are still important: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Troops deserve respect at the very least: Belfast Telegraph

Fears over policing meeting protest prove unfounded: Newtownabbey Times

Gardiner to face electoral probe: Lurgan Mail

Former party colleagues call on Carlisle to resign from 'UUP seat': Ulster Star

The questions Cory wants answered:
Barry McCaffrey

Hunger strike anniversary remembered in Derry: Derry Journal

Death threat is made against Eoghan Harris: Sunday Independent
Niamh Horan

Let's Not Forget the Other Man from Derry (Oct 2): (from the Sunday Journal)
Colin Harvey

'Social Justice Network' planned for city: Derry Journal

Anti-Protestant, ageist, anti-unionist... a lawyer's startling charges against his own profession (Oct 6): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

BNP plans Irish wing to oppose immigration (Oct 5): Evening Herald
Claire Murphy

Kelly – To make peace, talk to enemy: Omaha World-Herald
Michael Kelly

Clergy told – watch what you say on gay unions: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Salmond to agree review of bigotry law: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Good law needed on sectarianism (Oct 5): The Herald

Saturday, October 8

Sinn Fein creeps up polls as McGuinness splits opinion: The Scotsman
Carmel Crimmins

Sinn Féin support boosted by Áras debate: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Sinn Féin steals show as Áras race invigorates the party (Oct 7): The Irish Times
Damian Loscher

Sinn Fein is on the way to replacing Fianna Fail: Irish Independent
James Downey

Sinn Fein on the brink of new era of openness: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Murder victim's sister presses McGuinness: The News Letter

Soldiers, labourers, women, children -- all murdered in the IRA's terror campaign: Irish Independent
Damian Corless

Court papers claim McGuinness met with fugitve killer of Garda McCabe: Evening Herald
Clodagh Sheehy

He could still be arrested. So is this the real reason McGuinness denies he was in the IRA after 1974?: Irish Independent

Sinn Féin advances (Oct 7): The Irish Times

Irish President tells First Derry audience Anglo-Irish relations at best level in 1,000 years: Londonderry Sentinel

'My heart will always be with the people of Northern Ireland': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

A homecoming parade goes ahead despite security alert: BBC

Security alerts are damaging business says SDLP: Belfast Media

Talks push over legacy of Troubles: Belfast Telegraph

A breakthrough on the horizon for the Finucanes?:
Barry McCaffrey

Gardaí defied salute order for IRA dead, tribunal told: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Military shooting of getaway driver "unjustified": UTV

Looking back at a year of commemorations: Derry Journal

Killers of schoolboy Thomas Devlin to appeal: Belfast Telegraph

Order in appeal for huge Ulster Covenant turnout: The News Letter

We need to know the truth about corporation tax debate (Oct 6): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Toxic bank takes over another 10 Northern Ireland sites (Oct 7): Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Fivemiletown firm wins Irish army uniform contract: Tyrone Times

Opposition sticks the boot into Salmond's bigotry bill: The Scotsman
Scott MacNab

Friday, October 7

Government gambling with peace process: Woodward: BBC

UUP's Mike Nesbitt calls for new Tory link-up: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Féin emerges as second party of choice in Republic: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Converting surge to votes key for SF: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Fine Gael braced for humiliating election result: Belfast Telegraph

Perspectives on the presidency (Oct 6): The Irish Times
Danny Morrison, Carol Coulter, Fiona O'Malley, Brian Lynch & Tom Clonan

Fine Gael and media attacks hand Martin McGuinness a major victory: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Freedom fighter or polished peacemaker – which one is it?: Belfast Telegraph

McAleese urges neighbours to leave 'bunkers': Belfast Telegraph

McAleese 'an inspiration' – DUP mayor: UTV

'Love your enemies': Londonderry Sentinel

Belfast ring of steel for military tattoo to counter dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Alert ahead of homecoming event: UTV

Bradbury Place resident hits out at police response to device: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Bradbury Place bomb could have been there for days – PSNI: BBC

Real IRA gang in alleged extortion racket: Longford Leader

Loyalists welcomed on Capitol Hill: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Questions about IRA radio traffic on day RUC men shot: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Garda named as an IRA informant, tribunal told: The News Letter

Finucane widow in PM inquiry talks: UTV

UVF case – Stewart accused of using brother's information: BBC

Liam Adams to appeal extradition: UTV

Mystery deepens over 'hit and run' on 'Border Fox': Evening Herald
Charlie Mallon

Proper anthem would help nation get fully on song: The Irish Times
John Waters

Northern Ireland try to call up Shane Ferguson – but cannot find him:

Shatter defends State record on rights: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Robert Rollie avoids jail term over Neil Lennon abuse: BBC

UUP's proposals call for a single education system (Sep 20): The News Letter

Jersey buyer for McGuinness tower: Irish Echo
Scott Jamison

Identity crisis – are we becoming a disunited kingdom?:

Thursday, October 6

Rift deepens over council reform: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peter Robinson accuses Alex Attwood of 'playing games': BBC

SF motion on voting in presidency defeated: The Irish Times
Jimmy Walsh

Gay candidate's past takes the heat off McGuinness in race for presidency: The Scotsman
Carmel Crimmins

Hollywood-based Actress backs McGuinness for President:

Lies, lies and more damn lies from AK: Evening Herald

Martin McGuinness feels the heat: Irish Voice/
John Spain

Cry havoc, let slip the, well…: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

McGuinness likes playing the ex-IRA soldier – when it suits him: Irish Independent
Liam Fay

Ireland's very own version of the seven dwarves: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Politics and the presidency: Irish Echo

We need a balanced view of Northern Irish history: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Time we started to get to know one another again: The Irish Times
David Adams

Newtownabbey DUP keeps SF off policing body: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Visit to US Congress for former loyalist paramilitaries: The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe

Derry bomb accused 'watched by police for 20 minutes': BBC

PSNI monitored Derry bomb accused: UTV

Colin Duffy among prisoners to face cell damage charges: BBC

Fury over Orange Hall attack: The News Letter

Ardoyne Twelfth riots cost £605,000: UTV

New push for Finucane inquiry: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Finucanes set to hear inquiry decision: UTV

IRA man passed information to security forces, tribunal is told: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Tory peer reveals 'IRA shipment bid': Belfast Telegraph

'Border Fox' O'Hare abducted and beaten up, gardai suspect: Evening Herald
Ken Foy and Charlie Mallon

'Border Fox' is run over by 4x4: Irish Examiner
Emma McMenamy

Risks must be taken to end divisions in schools: Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Lunn

Castlereagh to welcome Irish Guards: UTV

King of Spain '82 Armstrong still on a mission for his Ireland: Daily Mail
Michael Walker

State questioned over progress on human rights: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Church summit to address gay tensions: The News Letter

Wednesday, October 5

McGuinness unfit for office, says Mitchell: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

McGuinness account reveals SF pay ... plus trips to Asda and TK Maxx: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Martin McGuinness's bank statement shows income and expenditure: BBC

Kehoe stands over McGuinness tweets: Enniscorthy Guardian
David Medcalf

Complaints at Dunphy candidate preference: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

'Rottweiler' Browne sinks teeth into McGuinness: Irish Independent

Is McGuinness' remorse a case of too little, too late?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Will the real Martin McGuinness stand up? (Sep 22): Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

What's the point of a United Ireland? – Martin McGuinness' presidential campaign raises questions: Irish Voice/
Paddy Duffy

Terrorists given red carpet as democrats get red card: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Allister

Environment Minister Alex Attwood 'not consulted' over council shake-up: BBC

UUP man jumps ship to the DUP in Lisburn: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

What now for the Ulster Unionist and Conservative relationship?: BBC
Stephen Walker

Dissident suspects released: UTV

PSNI accused of verbal and physical assault on éirigí Newry spokesman: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

UVF trial witness – I didn't rehearse my evidence: Belfast Telegraph

UVF supergrass case – court shown Robert Stewart/police chat video: BBC

Lords back Libya payout: Belfast Telegraph

Paterson rules out truth commission: UTV

Agreeing the details in the draft Programme for Government: BBC
Mark Devenport

President to visit Derry: Derry Journal

RUC George Cross Memorial unveiled: Lurgan Mail

The gate which shows us the way to peace – The opening yesterday of a gate in the wall that divides Alexandra Park in North Belfast marked a milestone in the peace process. (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph

'Bus Reds fans into Seaview' proposals: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Education for everyone, except the children of the Irish godless (Oct 2): Sunday Independent
Carol Hunt

A Response to J Street – Consider the Irish Model (Sep 20): The Nation
Tom Hayden

Cameron 'doesn't want to leave EU' (Oct 3): The Scotsman
David Maddox

Tuesday, October 4

Some IRA killings could be said to be murder – McGuinness: BBC
Mark Devenport

Irish Government warns Martin McGuinness election will damage US investment: Irish Voice/
Cathal Dervan

'Terrorist' McGuinness attacked by poll rivals: The Independent
David McKittrick

Kenny refuses to criticise attacks on McGuinness: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien, Juno McEnroe and Conor Kane

McGuinness to release bank details after calls from rivals: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

McGuinness to meet Charles?: Derry Journal

Dunphy under fire for SF bias on radio: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Dunphy admits declaration was likely to breach code: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Martin McGuinness and St Paul: BBC
Mark Devenport

Irish govt attacks on McGuinness will rebound with Clintons, leading Americans – Short sighted assault to cost support in America: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

An attack as subtle as a ton of bricks:
Harry McGee

Aras race – Why McGuinness is delighted at broadside from Fine Gael: Irish Independent
Johnny Fallon

'No further action' over Jim Allister's outburst: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Colum Eastwood decides against seeking SDLP deputy leadership role: BBC

Two arrested in dissident probe: UTV

Stolen car accused 'on CIRA mission': UTV

Third man claims UUP office rejected him: The News Letter

Supergrass was 'pest to parents': UTV

Jean Jefferson meets Sean McGlinchey who planted IRA bomb in Coleraine: BBC

Finucane decision expected 'soon': UTV

British spy handler says Hegarty was sacrificed to save 'agent McGuinness' (Oct 2): (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

Defining truth is key to finding it: The News Letter

UVF's Gusty saw sense in the end: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Gerry Adams's brother to be extradited to Northern Ireland for sex abuse trial:

Adams expected to appeal extradition on rape charges: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

North-South council meets: The Irish Times

Garda roles could be opened to PSNI staff (Oct 2): Sunday Business Post
John Burke

Fears of waning enthusiasm for corporation tax plans: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Mosely and Noel McAdam

English student may sue NI Executive over tuition fees: BBC

Sectarian song shames officer: The Scotsman

Monday, October 3

Mitchell plan for NI joint heads of state: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Martin McGuinness – 'Most people don't care whether I was in the IRA or not': The Independent
David McKittrick

'Should someone with an IRA past be entitled to run? It would not be a first . . .': The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Phil Hogan warns – No terrorist in the Aras (Oct 2): Sunday Independent
John Drennan and Jody Corcoran

FG under fire over 'dirty tricks' in Áras race: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Fine Gael accused of suffering from 'paranoia': The Irish Times
Mary Minihan and Patrick Tierney

The 'hurt' tactic that has served Sinn Féin well (Oct 2): (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

McGuinness tops poll after debate: Irish Independent

McGuinness seeks to launch 'decade of reconciliation': Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Shinners make meal of Aras shindig as FF eat humble pie: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Another spin on the whirligig of history (Sep 28): Belfast Media
Des Wilson

My clash with McGuinness men (Oct 2): Sunday Independent
Ronald Quinlan

Northern Ireland MPs will no longer be allowed to also hold a seat in Stormont:

Calm, can-do politician serving SF well: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Searches carried out in Ardoyne linked to dissidents: BBC

South Tyrone wide open to gangsters and dissidents warning: Tyrone Times

Top loyalists land in New York for a five-day peace trip: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Return of terror murals to Belfast streets angers residents: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Commission seeks Troubles inquiry: UTV

McGuinness unit 'told to stop having informers disappeared' (Oct 2): (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

IRA victims battle for Gaddafi's cash: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Inquiry battle – Father of notorious loyalist dies aged 78: The Irish Times

Adams extradition decision expected: UTV

Ministers to review corporation tax costs for North, says Paterson: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Business leaders support corporation tax taskforce: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Old Firm fans finally find common ground (Sep 29): The Scotsman
Gareth Rose

Sectarian bill breaches civil rights, says MP (Oct 2): Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Plan to scrap Scots Tories 'would split unionist voice': The Herald
Michael Settle & Kate Devlin

Fraser on wrong road (Oct 2): Scotland on Sunday

Sunday, October 2

SF 'attack dog' mauls journalist over story on McGuinness meet: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

McGuinness in reconciliation plea: Belfast Telegraph

Attack on McGuinness sparks walkout: Sunday Independent
Ronan Dodd

McGuinness would meet Queen: UTV

Martin McGuinness downplays IRA role in RTE interview: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Hegarty family deride McGuinness's claim that he is 'sparing them' hurt: (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

Get the gag taken off Gay Mitchell and let him at it: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Southerners should think onion before voting: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

RTE needs to raise its game and grill McGuinness: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Suddenly Dublin is interesting: Belfast Media

Speaker in attempt to defuse row with Jim Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Stormont urged to move on by Paterson: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Belfast bomb was 'viable' and could have killed: Sunday Telegraph
Hanna Ljunggren

Ex-officer slams 'powerless' PSNI after home attack (Sep 30): Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

'I'll never forget going into the H-Blocks': Derry Journal
Michael McMonagle

IRA inquest delay of 17 years 'proof of need for revamp': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

McKay pushes NITB to develop Gaelic Games tourism (Sep 23): Ballymoney Times

On Faith – A bridge to peace (Sep 30): Daily Pilot
Wilbur Davis

Shadow Northern Ireland Secretary Shaun Woodward conference speech rapped: Belfast Telegraph

Dublin leg set to be added to 70-day Olympic torch relay (Sep 28): Daily Mail

Rival fans team up in bid to stop anti-sectarianism bill: Scotland on Sunday

Scot independence 'puts UK at risk': Daily Mirror

Union can be saved if Tories embrace change: Scotland on Sunday
Murdo Fraser

Obama Tells Palestinians to Stay in the Back of the Bus (Sep 22):
Steve Clemons

Saturday, October 1

McGuinness tells debate royal meeting would boost peace: BBC

Latimer slammed for SF support: UTV

Minister target of graffiti on eve of President's visit: Derry Journal

Derry priest at McGuinness rally does not 'endorse' him: BBC

'McGuinness has too much baggage' declares Big Phil: Southern Star
Archon Saturday

Low-profile Bernie spotted on Facebook: Irish Independent
Mark O'Regan

Acknowledging Army was bad for SF business: Evening Herald

The Dublin media are calling it wrong again on Martin McGuinness (Sep 29): Irish Voice/
Darach MacDonald

Ireland's Bread and Circuses:
Harry Browne

The Tánaiste's a Stick: Belfast Media

Questions for Mr McGuinness: The Irish Times

'Tell what you know about RUC killings, McGuinness': Evening Herald
Michael Lavery

No evidence of tip-off to IRA on RUC visit, tribunal hears: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Brigadier gives Smithwick Tribunal evidence: RTE

UVF supergrass is too ill again to give evidence: The News Letter

Hunger strikes of 1981 a seminal moment for Irish nationalists: Catholic Sentinel
Ed Langlois

Barrier erected after 1988 shooting to be reopened: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Security alert in Belfast city centre: UTV

In City Hall corridors, wind of change picks up speed: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

A rare good news week for Northern Ireland: BBC
Mark Devenport

Rihanna incident another low note for much-maligned North: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

I almost feel sorry for Rihanna's DUP farmer pal: Evening Herald

Legacy of church abuse 'worse than imperialism': Derry Journal

State seeking to gain control over church: The Irish Times
Séamus Murphy

As Catholics lose faith, there is still one saviour to turn to Bitter legacy (Sep 28): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Harper moves to end CoI split talk (Oct 1): The News Letter

Functions of presidency must be clearly understood: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Dublin holds the power in Ulster (Sep 28): The News Letter
N R Greer

George Galloway calls for courts to screen public for bigotry: Scottish Daily Record
Craig McDonald

Scots independence – beware your tax bills would be high (Sep 18): Sunday Express
Ben Borland


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