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Monday, October 15

MLA cull still on agenda; Robinson renews call for more 'streamlined' Assembly (Oct 13): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Roys Beggs takes over UUP post from John McCallister: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Breaking the cycle of parades violence?: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Time for party to show colours (Oct 13): The News Letter
Christopher Stalford

Two men arrested in Belfast over National Front leaflets: BBC

Garda/IRA collusion probe may be extended: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Man charged over officer's murder: The News Letter

International peacemaker Memorial guest (Oct 12): St. Augustine Record

Plans for more secrecy slammed: Belfast Telegraph

Call for N Ireland corporation tax cut: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Time to reclaim Tory mantle and help our aspiration nation (Oct 14): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Rising, WW1 commemoration plan criticised: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

We must all honour our right to remember (Oct 13): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Wind farms on the bog of Ireland could provide UK electricity (Oct 8): Guardian.co.uk
Rajeev Syal and Damian Carrington

Labour hares intended to hide deeper problems (Oct 14): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Northern Ireland's first abortion clinic hires security guards: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Marie Stopes is aware of the law. Only a change in legislation will derail this (Oct 12): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Scots to vote on whether to stay in UK in 2014: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Today is the most important date since 1707 Act of Union: The Scotsman
Tom Devine

Forget the economy, for Scots it's security, stupid (Oct 12): The Scotsman
George Kerevan

Sunday, October 14

FF backs call for Adams to 'tell truth' about past: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Pressure on Alliance to save Union Flag: The News Letter

Chief Constable Matt Baggott addresses PUP conference: BBC

PSNI should be 'sole authority' in NI: UTV

More IRA victims to meet Taoiseach: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Teenager charged over Ahoghill and Portglenone attacks: BBC

Charges over RUC constable's murder: UTV

SF back 'Lough is in UK' pipe lobby: Londonderry Sentinel

Despite his blind spot Poots does have vision (Oct 12): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Republic and Northern Ireland will eventually be reunited, predicts Enda Kenny: TheJournal.ie

Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny tells City Club audience about his country's economic rebound: Cleveland Plain Dealer
Michael O'Malley

Using police as political spy agency could happen again (Oct 13): The Irish Times
Conor Brady

Narrow Water half way there with NI planning: Dundalk Democrat

Attack on fee paying schools is just symbolism: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

No one held accountable for Priory Hall, demo told: Sunday Independent

One year on, and for ex-residents fear and stress is taking its toll: Evening Herald
Conor Feehan

Sinn Fein councillor's pride in British Army aunt (Sep 25): Banbridge Leader

'We're ready to walk out on Europe' – Prime Minister's closest ally Michael Gove sparks EU furore with dramatic admission: Daily Mail
Simon Walters

Scottish independence – SNP appeal over Nordic allies: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Vote 'most important for 300 years': Belfast Telegraph

Saturday, October 13

Stormont 'could have opposition': The News Letter

Sinn Fein warns against isolation: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist band arrested over tune: UTV

Nelson family escape injury in Newtownards sectarian arson attack: BBC

PSNI arrest 32-year-old woman on suspicion of intimidation: RTE

Bigots target Apprentice Boys hall in paint bomb attack: Londonderry Sentinel

Raymond Gilmour set to face MI5 in court: Derry Journal

Concern raised over £12m 'supergrass' bill: The News Letter

Abuse allegations levelled at Council: Tyrone Times

'Shoot to kill' verdict – Martin McCaughey's family in inquest challenge: BBC

'Agents of the state killed our brother': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Commemoration marks 40th anniversary: Mid Ulster Mail

Boxing club can't access £3m fund: The News Letter

Prosperity still key to peace – Balls: Belfast Telegraph

Narrow Water Bridge planning permission granted: Newry Times
Paul Malone

McAleese wrong to hold up Anglican Church as shining example for us all: Irish Independent
David Quinn

The woman behind Ireland's first abortion clinic: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

The day Luther came in from cold and nuns threw off their wimples (Oct 12): Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Our Navy's show of force off Rockall: Irish Independent
Breda Heffernan

Could the Great War centenary affect Scots independence vote?: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Gaelic school cannot find head that speaks the language (Oct 12): Daily Telegraph
Richard Alleyne

How devolution is killing open government data (Oct 9): Guardian.co.uk
Simon Rogers

Friday, October 12

Ed Balls – NI 'obsessed' by corporation tax: BBC
Colletta Smith

It's Balls on the Falls: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Labour helped peace here, we will aid prosperity too: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Balls and Vernon Coaker

'Forgiveness can be transformative,' Deputy Mayor tells talks audience: Carrick Times

Church hall bomb cache there since the 1980s (Oct 10): Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Bombs 'not intended to attack Catholic church': The News Letter

Mark Haddock UVF supergrass trial cost taxpayers £11.5m: BBC

Untouchable gang leaders are 'TOUTS': Belfast Media

Man arrested in Londonderry over 'terrorist activity': BBC

Five IRA accused can be named – judge: BBC

Two bailed over north Belfast rioting: UTV

Ministers rule out cross-border pursuit of criminals (Oct 11): Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Maine's Irish honor George Mitchell: Morning Sentinel (Maine)

Oversimplifying Ireland: National Interest
Liam Hoare

Assembly out of its depth dealing with jobs crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

We need a reality check if tourism is to achieve lift-off (Sep 20): Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Johnston

I'm not apologising for tirade on Twitter, says Paddy: Irish Independent
John Mulgrew

Celtic cleared of SFA charges over 'zombie' banner: Scottish Daily Record

Rangers deny £20m drive is bid to keep club afloat: The Herald
Tim Sharp

Rangers analysis – Financiers will take a lot of convincing: The Scotsman
Martin Flanagan

Former loyalist politician running the Belfast clinic: Irish Independent

Ian Paisley and Jeffrey Donaldson set up peace-building company: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Thursday, October 11

Chief Constable Matt Baggott defends recruitment: BBC

Working relationship between police north and south of border is seamless – senior officer: Irish Independent
David Young

Ex-UUP deputy – DUP fear choice: The News Letter

Vincent defects from UUP: Carrick Times

Curran's words 'an insult to innocent victims': Banbridge Leader

Antrim attacks 'part of loyalist feud': UTV

Online debate rages on Orange numbers: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Woman charged over Black parade disorder: UTV

Why is Ian Paisley so keen to emphasis his Irishness: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Smithwick Tribunal may seek further extension: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Smithwick Tribunal – Doctor says witness too sick to appear: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

RUC destroyed potential murder evidence: UTV

Omagh pair in legal bid on evidence: The News Letter

Searching for truth in rubble of McGurk's: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran MacAirt

Arise, Sir John Hume: Derry Journal

British caution over North rate cut: IrishTimes.com
Mark Hennessy

Corporation tax – Ed Balls says Labour open-minded on powers: BBC

Minister criticises 'vexatious' legal challenges to developments in North (Oct 10): The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Officials to blame for FoI problem – Ministers: The News Letter

Alliance raises RTE Digital switchover concerns: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Delays could see A5 scheme lose £millions (Sep 27): The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Flagging support: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Rangers hit back at claims they could go into administration again: Scottish Daily Record
Gavin Berry

David Cameron – I'll resist Scottish independence with 'everything we've got': Daily Telegraph
Auslan Cramb

Wednesday, October 10

Online debate rages on Orange numbers: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Twelfth bonfire cleanup money "up in smoke" – SDLP MLA: Londonderry Sentinel

Peace walls can only come down when trust is built up: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Johnston

Miliband rules out NI elections (Oct 5): The News Letter

It's time for parties to drop the unionist and nationalist tags and get down to real politics: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Man shot in ankles in punishment attack: The News Letter

'Viable bomb' found in Dunloy: UTV

Rioters identified in smoke breaks: Belfast Telegraph

Man denied post at Northern Ireland Water over his religion could get £350k payout: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Probe after 'bias' tribunal is halted: The News Letter

Secret agent Raymond Gilmour who infiltrated IRA to become supergrass accuses MI5 of abandoning him to a life of mental anguish: The Independent
David McKittrick

PSNI still probing Jean McConville murder: Belfast Telegraph
Fionnán Sheahan

Men being sued over Omagh bombing seek access to report: The Irish Times

Ballymurphy relatives meet NIO official: BBC

Police may probe ex-SF aide's sectarian tweet on Ryder Cup stars: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Ulster Covenant education left up to individual schools: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Carson points the way but petty unionists go the other: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

'No Plan B for corporate tax issue': UTV

Cuts prompt Protestant schools to seek talks on offering free education: Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

McIlroy prefers flag out: The Sun
David Facey

Rory a denizen of that no man's land (Sep 16): Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Our allegiances should not lead to sporting strife: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Wolsey

As Others See Us – the view from Northern Ireland (Sep 26): The Herald
David Leask

Independence referendum – Taking it to the limit on campaign funding: BBC
Brian Taylor

Momentum with the No campaign (Oct 9): The Herald
Editorial

Tuesday, October 9

Villiers hopes for 'shared society': Belfast Telegraph

It's time for Red and Blue politics – Cameron needs four UUP defectors to break mould: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Nesbitt was right to axe McCallister – DUP chief: The News Letter

MLA targeted in hate crime incident: Belfast Telegraph

Parade sparks call for a ban on replica guns: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Belfast 'mortar' bomb – Suspect accused of terror offences: BBC

McConville cleared of explosives charge: UTV

RIRA man had phone picture of Alan Ryan gun murder suspect: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Man charged with north Belfast rioting: UTV

Amnesty calls for investigation into waterboarding claims: BBC

Torture claims 'damage police': The News Letter

Families of 11 victims of incident in Ballymurphy seek inquiry: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Executive's split over welfare cuts not resolved: The News Letter

PM's welfare warning for NI: The News Letter

GAA and Ministry of Defence cut an historic ground deal: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Ireland lures Rory McIlroy with chance to carry flag at 2016 Rio Olympics: Daily Telegraph
Justin Doyle

Theresa Villiers unlikely to back move on Northern Ireland corporation tax: Belfast Telegraph

Lough Neagh may be sold to Executive (Oct 6): The News Letter

Ryanair may axe Aer Lingus's Belfast base: Irish News

Religious divide over first holy pomp and ceremony (Oct 7): Sunday Independent
Carol Hunt

PM – Saving Union is my No 1 priority: The Herald
Michael Settle & Robbie Dinwoodie

Scottish independence – No campaign opens up 25-point lead – poll: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Politics should resist tyranny of apology (Sep 22): Financial Times
Janan Ganesh

New hearing for 'Eta fugitive' Benat Atorrasagasti Ordonez: BBC

Monday, October 8

Police 'laying siege to journalism' over claim Gerry Adams ordered killing: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

If you're going to tackle Adams over the IRA, do it properly (Oct 6): Irish Independent

Belfast 'mortar' bomb – Police granted more time to question man: BBC

Man due in court over Ardoyne mortar: UTV

Belfast City Hall tribute for Army: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Ulster Covenant – Whether we like it or not, unity is our way forward (Sep 24): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Looking forward to next centenary (Oct 1): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Report highlights PSNI progress in way it engages with the public (Sep 5): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Stormont facing Freedom of Information legal battle: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Hume 'humbled' by Papal Knight award: Irish Independent
George Jackson

It's a first as muralist portrays ex-Mayor Niall O Donnghaile (Oct 6): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

New stage for Ian (Oct 4): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Councillors oppose name change for Boyne bridge (Oct 4): The Irish Times

Project set to target sectarian problems in sport (Sep 27): Belfast Telegraph

Charles Green rules out orange Rangers strip: Scottish Daily Record

Independence blow as support for Union soars: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Ed needs a radical approach to save the Union (Oct 4): The Scotsman
Gregor Gall

Northern Ireland lessons shared in Afghanistan (Sep 24): BBC
Niall Glynn

Plucky little Turkey standing up to evil Syria? It's not as simple as that: The Independent
Robert Fisk

Sunday, October 7

Matt Baggott – We lost grip over rehiring of former officers: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

'Stretched PSNI needs 1,000 officers': The News Letter
Chris Ryder

Arrest linked to 'mortar-type' bomb in north Belfast: BBC

Mortar found in city similar to type used by Provisionals: Irish News

Lord Empey hits out at McNarry: The News Letter

'Nesbitt needs to make his mind up about UUP direction' – Ritchie: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Petition for Union Flag at City Hall (Oct 3): The News Letter

Victims hit out at plan for new City Hall statue: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Peace Today?: The Nation on Sunday (Sri Lanka)
Padraig Colman

UUP hits out at DUP 'bullying' tactics over People's Park: Portadown Times

Mum 'not forced out' by sectarianism: UTV

Three years 'too long' for imprisoned loyalist: Belfast Telegraph

Inside the Torture Chamber – water boarding allegations against the army and RUC: BBC
Vincent Kearney

McConville probe police seek copies of Price interviews: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Journalists tell of Troubles impact: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Labour – end dithering over Northern Ireland's corporation tax rate: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Millions 'cut' from A5 budget due to legal challenge (Sep 27): BBC

'Panorama' claims State overcharged UK by €125m for medical care here (Oct 3): The Irish Times
Martin Wall

Lough Neagh – Who should own it and what should its future be? (Sep 28): BBC
Kevin Sharkey

Armagh's challenge (Oct 5): The Irish Times
Editorial

People 'should have say on EU' (Oct 5): Belfast Telegraph

'More Europe' policy will be put to test (Oct 5): The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Davidson to call for UK solidarity: Paisley Daily Express

Scottish independence – Independence vote must be won 'by a mile', warns Ruth Davidson: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

'Irish hatred for Israel is embodied by Gerry Adams' claims journalist: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Counihan

Saturday, October 6

One-in-five RUC rejoined the PSNI: Belfast Media

Employment of ex-officers must be fair and transparent: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

NIPSA clear first stage in legal challenge against PSNI: BBC

Bill for policing riots tops £550k: Belfast Telegraph
Rodney Edwards

Told you so! UDA and UVF music at Stormont event: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Nesbitt still has much to do to quell rebellion: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

UUP now has to contest Mid-Ulster seat – McCallister: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Mike Nesbitt reshuffles Stormont assembly team: BBC

Nesbitt reshuffles UUP assembly team: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Belfast bomb was 'intended to murder': Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Ardoyne bomb was 'mortar type' device: BBC

Man sent for trial on terrorism info charge: Derry Journal

Mobster defies Real IRA to beg court for licence: The Sun
Stephen Breen

McNarry explains UKIP move: The News Letter

McNarry 'on the way up' with UKIP: UTV

UKIP to field NI candidate in European elections: BBC

Omagh families win bid to quiz Garda: UTV

Penalty points border loophole to close by 2015: RTE

Why the Ulster Covenant was a tragic mistake (Oct 3): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

The march of history (Oct 3): The News Letter
N R Greer

Bruce called up after allegiance switch: London Evening Standard

Unionists should catch the drift on spin: The Herald

Scottish independence – Not so much homage to Catalonia, more a warning for Scotland: The Scotsman
Stephen Burgen

Fermin Vila Michelena to be extradited to Spain: BBC

Friday, October 5

Substantial bomb made safe by army bomb experts in north Belfast: BBC

Defused bomb 'intended to murder': Belfast Telegraph

Man held as bomb-making facility found in Dublin: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Suspected dissident bomb maker held in garda swoop: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Crime gangs unite to resist Real IRA demands for money: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Derryman released on bail after facing terror charges: BBC

Killer Wilson to miss his brother's funeral: Evening Herald
Conor Feehan

Matt Baggott answers Policing Board questions over recruitment: BBC

No place for police 'old boys network – MLA: Derry Journal

Critics 'using row to attack RUC': The News Letter

Police parades bill rises to £7.4m: Belfast Telegraph

Anger at call for Order to pay for policing: The News Letter

UKIP gets Stormont MLA as former UUP MLA David McNarry joins Farage: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

McClarty defends McCausland vote: The News Letter

Mike Nesbitt silent on UUP's strategy as by-election looms: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Unionist election unity chance recedes: The News Letter
Sam McBride

John McCallister fully stands by unionist unity comments: BBC

Unionist unity would finish UUP: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

McGuinness warns over anniversaries: Derry Journal

The real test of One Nation ideology is Northern Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Teenager resists arrest over rioting: UTV

Evidence against IRA suspects 'was good': The News Letter

Smithwick Tribunal – Ex-garda tells of Owen Corrigan rumours: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

In Defence of Politics: TheDetail.tv
Quintin Oliver

Narrow Water Bridge planning permission 'expected' tomorrow: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Cameron backs body to divide powers if Scots reject separation: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Thursday, October 4

Quinn lashes out at Adams over 'baggage' as accusations mount: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

'SDLP supporting anti-agreement proposals' – Fearon: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Mike Nesbitt silent on UUP's strategy as by-election looms: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

PSNI spending 'out of control' – £275 a day for retired police officers: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Northern Ireland police service 'rehired 20% of retired RUC officers': Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Union mounts legal challenge to outsourcing of 1,000 PSNI support roles: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Robinson defends PSNI rehirings: The News Letter

Audit Office RUC rehiring report stark reading for PSNI: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Rehiring of RUC staff was a mess: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

British Secretary of State 'pressed' on prisoners and economic policy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Gardaí rule out IRA feud as Wilson killing motive: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

IRA accused has T-shirt of slain brother on in court: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Man released in dissident republican paramilitary investigation: BBC

Arrest over Black parade ruling breach: UTV

Drive to ensure Union Flag fies every Ulster Day: The News Letter

Community consultation on flag-flying: Londonderry Sentinel

Stormont row over Irish language TV ad: UTV

Ex-IRA man Anthony McIntyre loses court battle to prevent police seizure of Dolours Price tapes: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Maze will be 'shrine to peace': The News Letter

Human rights meeting tonight on Marian Price case: Galway Advertiser
Kernan Andrews

City hall plans new 'operation banner' statue: Belfast Media

Single education body for NI a step closer: The News Letter

Corporation tax talks at a critical stage – Sammy Wilson: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

'Devolving tax would aid Scottish unity': UTV

Celtic backer Dermot Desmond misses rivalry with Rangers: BBC

Sinn Fein launch banner in support of Narrow Water Bridge: Newry Times
Paul Malone

New Archbishop targets secularism: The News Letter

Clarke brings liberal credentials and ecumenical experience to role as Primate of All-Ireland: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Wednesday, October 3

Nesbitt defends McCallister sacking: UTV

John McCallister sacking 'fairly brutal' says Basil McCrea: BBC

McGuinness warns over anniversaries: Belfast Telegraph

Our parties must look to 2012 and not 1912 or 1916: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

'Parade not right way to mark Covenant' – O'Loan: Ballymena Times

SDLP to meet Commission over alleged Covenant parade breaches: The News Letter

Order apologises and pledges a review of bands: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Anderson prosecution calls spark BNP Twitter tirade: Derry Journal

McDowell ups heat on Adams in IRA army council row: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Latest "Get Gerry Adams effort" is led by deeply troubled woman – Dolours Price has long history of mental illness after force-feeding: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Former IRA man Anthony McIntyre loses Dolours Price case: BBC

'There needed to be violence ... there was no alternative': Dromore Leader

Families of Troubles victims to use pioneering archive project: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

20% of retired police officers rehired as temporary staff: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

NIPSA legal bid to halt hiring of temporary staff: BBC

Rehiring in the police – the full story: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Gun used to kill Wilson found in burned-out car: Evening Herald
Conor Feehan

Devlin family back knife crime play: UTV

Residents asked to air their views on flags: Derry Journal

DUP blasts TV ad in Irish as waste of public's money: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Irish Christmas sign to hang at City Hall again this year: The News Letter

More truancy in Protestant areas says Roy Beggs: BBC

Hain contempt case cost £7.7k (Sep 28): Londonderry Sentinel

Murphy-O'Connor – I don't feel we're a nation of unbelievers (Sep 30): Daily Telegraph
Cole Moreton and Edward Malnick

Alex Salmond is 'dishonest on independence', says Johann Lamont: The Independent
Theo Usherwood

Whitehall is leaping into action after finally turning its attention to Scotland: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Tuesday, October 2

Martin McGuinness – UK government must face independent inquiry if Northern Ireland is ever to achieve true peace: The Independent
Terri Judd

UUP deputy leader stripped of title: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Nesbitt sacks deputy McCallister: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McCallister sacked as UUP deputy leader over unionist unity speech: BBC

McCallister 'still supports' UUP leader: UTV

Unionist disunity and the UUP: BBC
Mark Devenport

Covenant parade biggest loyalist gathering for generations in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Recapturing the Covenant spirit of 1912: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Unionist parade passed peacefully despite breach, says McGuinness: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Theresa Villiers says Parades Commission breaches are PSNI matter: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Villiers happy with 'successful' Ulster Covenant march: Irish Examiner

Orange Order apologises to Catholics for photo of man urinating at church gates: The Irish Times

Why was BNP leader at Ulster Covenant event? – Anderson: Derry Journal

Dignified day gives grounds for hope: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Doc Dave's battle cry could backfire: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Orange Hall attacked with paint: UTV

TUV man rubbishes council's consultation over flags in borough: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Council issues flag reminder: Ulster Star

Stay granted on North interviews: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Greysteel killings were planned in Waterside: Londonderry Sentinel

Villiers calls Finucane review a 'robust process': The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Ramble Inn atrocity – family of victim still seeking 'some kind of justice': Ballymena Times

Jim Allister case against Ian Paisley jr to go to trial: BBC

Working with UK 'vital to Republic's recovery' (Sep 26): Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Northern Ireland assembly rejects motion on gay marriage: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Father who killed children was rider of Sefton, survivor of Hyde Park IRA bomb attack: Daily Telegraph
Richard Alleyne and Hannah Furness

Padraig Harrington – McIlroy declaring for GB would open door for more Irish golfers at Olympics: RTE

An Irish question for Nationalists: The Scotsman
Peter Jones

Salmond calls for spending limits on independence referendum: The Herald

Monday, October 1

Ulster Covenant – Sinn Fein condemns 'hymn breach' at church: BBC

Police chief praises Covenant parade participants: The News Letter

'Our grandparents signed the covenant': The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Parade calm bodes well for Northern Ireland centenaries: BBC
Mark Simpson

BNP leader Nick Griffin hits back after 'Fenian' tweet sparks complaint to police: The Scotsman
Angus Howart

Griffin tweet probed after NI visit: UTV

Freedom bid 'a political football: Ulster Star

éirígí reject PSNI offer of engagement (Sep 24): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Why did David McClarty vote to sanction Nelson McCausland?: Londonderry Sentinel

Ex-IRA man 'willing to risk jail' to protect his sources: Irish Examiner
Gordon Deegan

New pressure for Adams as Kenny says – 'He was in IRA': Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan and Lise Hand

MLA – 'Dublin helped condemn Claudy': Londonderry Sentinel

Papal Nuncio lobbied on behalf of IRA members: Irish Independent
Sarah MacDonald

Óglaigh na hÉireann paid for border duty: Londonderry Sentinel

London calling... Sinn Fein MPs to up presence at Westminster (Sep 28): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Bunting celebrating peace unveiled: Londonderry Sentinel

DUP fail in fresh bid on park: Portadown Times

Etiquette is not an app that can be downloaded (Sep 30): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

The RIC's part in Irish history (Aug 25): The Irish Times
Editorial

US billionaire funds interface school scheme: Londonderry Sentinel

Alternative A5 Alliance defends legal challenge to new road (Sep 28): BBC

Rangers faced 'moving goalposts' by SPL and SFA – Charles Green (Sep 25): BBC

Scottish independence – Only Labour can stop UK break-up, says Ed Miliband: The Scotsman
David Maddox

A question of one question (Sep 25): The Herald
Editorial

Church of England likely to move to the right (Sep 27): The Independent
Jerome Taylor



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