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Monday, October 14

PSNI warns public as manhunt continues: UTV

Turn yourself in, pleads family of fugitive Kieran McLaughlin in cross-border hunt: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Woman shot multiple times by UVF 'still under threat': Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

PUP leader Billy Hutchinson endorses 'unarmed resistance': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Public are tired of broken promises (Oct 1): The News Letter
David McNarry

Priest frustrated by attacks on church: UTV

Gerry Adams reported only head lice not sex abuse at sister-in-law's house (Oct 13): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack and Alan Murray

Adams unlikely to face trial for not reporting sex abuse, say experts (Oct 12): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

Men and women raped by IRA volunteers are not going away, Gerry (Oct 13): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Liar Adams now plays the victim (Oct 6): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Victims group respond to Coagh IRA men inquest: Tyrone Times
Michael McGlade

In the line of fire – Victims Commissioner Kathryn Stone: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

How do we move forward while hurt is still raw? (Oct 10): Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Point of Victims Commissioner has been lost (Oct 8): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

PSNI to suspend 1972 Claudy bombing investigation: The Irish Times

Investigator returns to UK after fruitless search for disappeared victim of the IRA (Oct 13): Sunday Independent
Joe McCabe

Telegram reveals British fury over McManus invite (Sep 11): (from the Irish Echo)
Ray O'Hanlon

Architect is confident that peace centre will go ahead (Oct 7): Ulster Star

Concerns over superforce compulsion of the PSNI can be ironed out – McQuillan (Oct 8): Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

'Unionists to rule in Limavady after council changes' (Oct 9): Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

SDLP in discussions to give new crimebusting unit a bigger role here: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Anonymous donations 'could affect planning impartiality' (Oct 8): The News Letter

Furious DUP MLA calls on cops to investigate his own dad for dealing fake cigarettes (Oct 13): Sunday Life
Ciarán Barnes

Racist graffiti appears in east Belfast: UTV

Anglicans could receive Roman Catholic communion, Archbishop suggests: Daily Telegraph
John Bingham

Winners of Presidential awards for Irish abroad named: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

We need a British Bill of Rights – so we can hear less from the likes of Keir Starmer: The Spectator
Fraser Nelson

Inside Track – Why Better Together wanted to divest itself of flags (Oct 11): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Stirling is a British city. So let it fly the British flag from its council offices (Oct 11): Daily Telegraph
Graeme Archer

David Cameron must lock horns with Alex Salmond soon (Oct 6): The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Sunday, October 13

Dissident murder suspect slips garda net: Sunday Independent
Greg Harkin

Gardai missed fugitive killer Kieran McLaughlin 'by an hour' as maniac is still on the run and ready to 'die as a martyr': Irish Mirror
Jilly Beattie, Victoria McMahon

Barry McCrory murder – Cross-border search ongoing: BBC

Wanted man 'is at large in city': Belfast Telegraph

Who is Kieran McLaughlin?: Derry Journal

Completely and utterly wrong: Derry Journal

Kevin Kearney's killing – Man released by police: BBC

Deputy mayor praises police as Londonderry mortar attack foiled: The News Letter

Northern Ireland bomb alert closes Belfast motorway:
Henry McDonald

Ryan's pal gets the boot from dissident group: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Loyalists 'got it wrong' over union flag protests: BBC

Unionists must co-operate – PUP boss: The News Letter

Criticisms aside, all parties have played their part, but DUP and Sinn Fein must end it (Oct 10): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Both Adams and Sinn Fein are now in serious trouble: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

Adams must face same fate as bishops for abuse failures: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Begley parents 'unaware' of plaque plan: UTV

Pastor's prayer 'ended Darkley gun attack' Forgiveness 30 years after attack on church: The News Letter

'Republicans seem to think they had right to tour Mid Ulster and murder': Mid Ulster Mail
Michael McGlade

'Frustration and anger' as Claudy bomb probe halted: The News Letter

Father reads Ceasefire poem at his son's grave: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Compromise after Conflict gives peace a chance (Oct 10): Times Higher Education
Matthew Reisz

Gay marriage support at PUP conference: UTV

Legal expert says restrictive draft guidelines on abortion at odds with Northern Ireland law: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

The BBC's bias on abortion in Northern Ireland is breathtaking: The Spectator
Melanie McDonagh

Theatre has 'lots to offer communities': UTV

A canvas on every corner – Northern Ireland's murals (Oct 9): BBC

All together now – Ulster Says BoJo; Boris can save peace process (Oct 7): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

The absolute need to defend borders and provide our security (Oct 10): The News Letter

US Notebook – IRA supporter Peter King stirs up Tea Party in Oval Office bid (Oct 7): Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Rangers fans go into meltdown after club's website is spotted selling rubber duck decked out in Celtic colours and adorning the team badge: Scottish Daily Record
David Taylor

Wise to pull back from flag debate (Oct 10): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

SNP's mission to woo the world: Sunday Herald
David Leask

Behind Flurry of Killing, Potency of Hate: New York Times
Katrin Bennhold

Saturday, October 12

David Cameron denies talk of Stormont powersharing crisis: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

United front by Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness puts focus on new jobs: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Be part of north's success story, PM urges foreign companies: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

Accentuating the positive: BBC

Incessant bomb alerts 'could put city pubs out of business': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Onus is on Assembly to show politics works, PUP chief tells party: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Gardaí surround Donegal property in search for Derry murder suspect: The Irish Times
Stephen Maguire

'IRA' not believed to be involved in killing: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Northern Ireland police find mortar bomb targeted at Derry police station:
Henry McDonald

Derry mortar bomb was intended for police station – detectives: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Mortar endangers hundreds of lives: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Distraught family at rally for murder victim: Derry Journal

Man held in Belfast murder inquiry:
Henry McDonald

Dissident murders are a reminder of a peace unfinished: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Police issue appeal over failed mortar attack: Derry Journal

Gerry Adams – Trial by media and witch-hunt.: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Budget left in the shadows as spotlight focuses on Adams (Oct 9): Irish Independent

Attacker should be jailed says Tohill: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Stephen Carroll murder – Police aimed for a prosecution at all costs, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Inquiry into 1993 NI murder of Joseph Reynolds reopens: The Irish Times

We never wanted a plaque for our son, say the parents of Shankill bomber Thomas Begley: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

PUP brands Shankill bomber commemoration 'antagonistic': The News Letter

Memorial to Shankill Road IRA bomber is a major mistake: Irish Voice/
Patrick Roberts

Racist remark about Obama, homophobic slur against UTV's Julian Simmons ... now a post endorsing shooting of Gerry Kelly has appeared on DUP man's Facebook (Oct 10): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Why unionists should demand right to vote for Irish president: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Still 'in the dark' on museum expansion: Derry Journal

London Notebook – Shock and awe at Cameron's new SAS recruit: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

'I'll try to bring Fleadh and Tattoo back but city must get better': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness slept in Queen's bed: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

New play focuses on spectre of suicide in Northern Ireland post-Troubles:
Henry McDonald

Nursing during The Troubles – nurse contributes stories: Coleraine Times

Peace comes dropping slow: The Economist

Friday, October 11

Republican dissidents kill two in Northern Ireland:
Henry McDonald

Dissidents blamed for double murders: Irish Independent
David Young and Deric Henderson

Donohoe says those responsible for Northern murders "criminal terrorists": The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Derry man 'shot in front of partner': UTV

'Trust police to catch the killers' – Matt Baggott: Derry Journal

Police chasing cool-headed killer in Derry: Derry Journal

Kevin Kearney's killing 'callous and cold-blooded murder': BBC

Martin McGuinness condemns murders in Londonderry and Belfast: The News Letter

Dissidents behind Derry shooting – Foyle MLA: Derry Journal

Derry murder victim's parents visit scene: Donegal Democrat

Call for thousands to attend peace vigil in Derry: Derry Journal

Threats issued by Londonderry dissidents: Londonderry Sentinel

Northern Ireland murders threaten to overshadow investment conference: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Killings demonstrate to wider world that dissident threat hasn't gone: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

These fanatics aren't who we are: Belfast Telegraph

Hoax alert in Belfast was third in day: UTV

Belfast conference – Political institutions 'rock solid': BBC

North investment conference targets investors from emerging markets: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Brendan O'Leary's power-sharing lecture was not just an exercise in self-congratulation: Belfast Telegraph
Jeff Dudgeon

Adams stayed in youth role after telling Gerry of abuse: Irish Independent
Dean Gray

Pictures that pile on the pressure for Sinn Fein's beleaguered boss Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Justice for Áine: Belfast Media

Adams is badly wounded and his enemies can smell blood: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Gerry Adams' credibility is now beyond repair: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Seven arrested over violent Dail protests: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Price denies two terrorist offences: UTV

Bomber's brother says family are 'very sorry for what happened': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

I would like to meet gunmen who attacked church, says Darkley victim: Impartial Reporter
Lily Dane

Police reopen 1993 murder probe: Belfast Telegraph

Twenty years after Warrington, the Torch of Hope returns home: Antrim Guardian

Belfast theatres have little to offer working classes and Protestants in particular, claims DUP MLA William Humphrey (Oct 9): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Taxpayers give DUP and SDLP almost £300,000 in a year: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Assembly will only be reformed when MLAs employing family members is recognised for the nepotism it is (Oct 7): Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Councillors back down in flag row: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Carmichael – Don't lecture Scots on independence: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Scotland's sectarian shame:
Peter Geoghegan

Thursday, October 10

Clinton calls for political action on sticking points in North peace process: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Clinton – old issues haunt peace process: Irish News

Trimble touched as fellow peace-maker pays tribute (Oct 9): Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Voters deserve an alternative which offers them real choice: The News Letter
Peter Catterall

Ambition is needed in Haass talks: Belfast Telegraph
Joe Byrne

Protests over Parades Commission decisions could spread across Ulster: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Sinn Fein rejects loyalists' 'eight-year talks' claim: The News Letter

Cemetery killer Michael Stone's painting is raffled for loyalist camp at Twaddell (Oct 7): Sunday Life
Patricia Devlin

Senior Orangeman's speech 'was reckless': The News Letter

Liam Adams paedophile case – watchdog investigating police handling:
Henry McDonald

It was meant to be a slick Sinn Fein budget launch... but topic of Liam Adams dominated: Belfast Telegraph
Lise Hand

Now police face questions over Gerry's abuse silence: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

SF leader finds his Teflon touch has deserted him: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams blameless in brother's incest case conviction: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Gerry Adams' portrayal of the allegations as a plot is a familiar diversionary tactic: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Watchdog wins right to challenge denial of access to Marian Price hearings: The News Letter

Man arrested over failed bomb attacks released: Derry Journal

Policing Board to consider Rice role: Carrick Times

'Absence of evidence' in murder trial: UTV

Jailed man John Paul Wootton 'not linked to murder of officer Stephen Carroll': Belfast Telegraph

Key witness in Carroll murder trial Walter Mitty type, appeal court told (Oct 9): Irish News

Victims and Survivors commissioner admits – victims are put through fresh trauma by system designed to help them: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Commissioner Kathryn Stone – Victims 'made to feel like beggars': BBC

Sectarian vandals target Mem again: Londonderry Sentinel

Shankill bomb victim's mother pleads for no IRA commemoration: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

IRA memorial should be in a graveyard, not a public street – councillor: Fermanagh Herald

SDLP 'has still not apologised' for naming playground after terrorist: The News Letter

The Mystery of the Missing Millions (150th Brinks Blog): Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Gary Craig

What's the real cost of rioting on Northern Ireland's economy? (Oct 8): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Gosling

Good news – bridge uniting Catholic school and neighbouring Protestant one gets the blessing of councillors: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Limavady councillors clash over high school 'unity bridge': BBC
Dean McLaughlin

£19m in fines 'unpaid' says audit office: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Fines debacle makes a mockery of justice system: Belfast Telegraph

Row over bid to replace Saltire with the Union flag at council: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Wednesday, October 9

Trimble and Mallon criticise Stormont Executive at DCU conferring: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Bill for shaping Northern Ireland's 'shared future' may end up hitting half a billion: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Order protest call 'cranks up tensions': UTV

No threat of violence from protest camp, claim loyalists: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Orange Order's threat of civil disobedience is wrong, says man who advised Nigel Dodds: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

'McCausland should disassociate himself from civil disobedience call' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Object outside Alliance office 'an elaborate hoax': The News Letter
Aine Fox

Second city alert after Alliance 'hoax': UTV

Northern Ireland's dismal day of disruption as security alerts across Belfast bring misery to drivers and residents struggling to get on with daily life: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Another day of security alerts in Belfast sparks appeal for extra police: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Irish terrorists are 'ragged remnants of bygone age', spy chief says: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Parker

Constable Stephen Carroll murder – Two men appeal convictions: BBC

Man arrested over foiled Derry bomb attacks: Derry Journal
Ian Cullen

High Court challenge over Old Bailey bomber Marian Price's case: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Gerry Adams – Watchdog to examine claims Sinn Fein president covered up paedophile brother's crimes: Irish Mirror
Sam Adams

North's health minister accuses Adams of 'letting down' niece: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

North DPP was Adams' lawyer in abuse probe: Irish Independent
Paul Williams and Michael Brennan

Gerry Adams not concerned over abuse review: The News Letter

Adams says issue of brother's abuse being politicised: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Party remains loyal but Adams' reputation is irreparably damaged (Oct 5): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

Theresa Villiers meets Castlederg IRA victims: The News Letter

Kathryn Stone's refusal to label IRA and UVF as terrorists is sickening: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Unity condemns graffiti: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

Presbyterian Moderator pays a visit to graffiti-hit church: The News Letter

Community response heartening: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein defends decision to commemorate Shankill bomber: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Republicans insult families with deeply offensive actions: The News Letter

Reconstructing IRA Crimes from 1973 (Aug 13): Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Gary Craig

Tell the truth, Gerry Adams, it will set you free... and the rest of us: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Moloney

Culture Minister Caral Ni Chuilin accused of alienating unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ex-SAS man moved to Northern Ireland Office: The News Letter

'Almost half the population will not have a vote', claims Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

SDLP under fire over block on crime agency: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Revealed – Scandal of the Southern medical card fraudsters who cross border to access free NI healthcare: Belfast Telegraph
Colin Breen

Kenny says he's now willing to reform 'unreformable' Seanad: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Scottish government pledges to set up North Sea oil funds after independence (Oct 2):
Severin Carrell

Tuesday, October 8

Orangeman's civil disobedience call 'extremely irresponsible': Irish News
John Manley

Nelson McCausland breaks silence on 'up-scaling' of protests: BBC

Unionist leadership needs to get grip of situation: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Orangemen need to get their own house in Order: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

North Belfast parade impasse must not be allowed to fester: The News Letter

How are you advancing our interests, victims ask Kathryn Stone: The News Letter

Poll delivers a massive vote of no confidence in Stormont politicians (Sep 16): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein's stance on Maze is slammed: Ulster Star

Gerry Adams faces investigation for failing to report sexual abuse by brother:
Henry McDonald

North's AG to review decision not to take case against Gerry Adams: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP want external police probe as Gerry Adams prosecution decision is reviewed: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Adams – I 'co-operated fully' in sexual abuse case: Irish Independent

Adams first public event in north since court case: Irish News
John Manley

'The Beard' Wanted Me To Shut Up (Oct 6): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

'Child abuse transcends politics': Belfast Telegraph

Life for residents living at Northern Ireland's peace walls: BBC

Pipe bombs found during city alerts: UTV

Criminal goes into hiding after learning he tops UVF death list (Oct 6): Sunday Life

Man injured in west Belfast shooting: BBC

UUP councillor's family grave defaced with republican stickers: The News Letter

Footage of suspected bomber released: UTV

Terror alert – Four men arrested after bomb hoax causes traffic chaos in Belfast: Irish Mirror

Supporters protest at éirígí frontman's pre-trial hearing: The Cross Examiner
Christine Keighery

Both UK and Ireland failed to focus on loyalist violence: The Irish Times
Margaret Unwin

Fashion icon's Bloody Sunday terror: Evening Herald
Lynne Kelleher

Fury over plans to hold commemoration rally for Shankill Road bomber Thomas Begley: Irish Independent
Deric Henderson

Shankill bomber Thomas Begley event 'will distress families': BBC

Memorial to murdered prison officer David Black: The News Letter

Former British army officer appointed minister of state in Northern Ireland Office: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

National Lottery sale could help Narrow Water cause, claims Rogers: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Ulster Unionist welcomes retention of Seanad: The News Letter
Sam McBride

FG fears day of reckoning over Enda Kenny's Seanad gamble: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

Birmingham Six member warns over changes to UK miscarriage of justice rules: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Scottish independence – Balls 'not bluffing' on currency: The Scotsman

Monday, October 7

Senior Orangeman says 'upscaled' loyalist protests could involve 'civil disobedience': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Arlene Foster – Parade protests 'must remain within the law': BBC

Adams hits out at parades 'hypocrisy': UTV

Adams warns against 'stoking up tensions': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Loyalist band numbers at new high: Belfast Telegraph

'Political extremes like to use exclusive concepts of identity to maintain divisions and drive us apart' (Oct 2): Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Ringland

The Northern Ireland Peace Process (Oct 3):
Mohammed Aly Sergie

Northern Ireland parties in 'don't know' camp on non-voters (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Troubles victims must be understood, not patronised (Oct 5)/: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Victims' Commissioner found herself in a no-win situation (Oct 5): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Outrage at sectarian graffiti on church wall: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Stack

Thousands flock to republican Joe O'Neill's funeral: Irish Examiner

Huge security presence in Ballyshannon for Republican Joe O'Neill's funeral: Donegal Democrat

David Ford's fears over crime in Northern Ireland as FBI-style agency snubbed: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Ex-hunger striker says Adams could have helped niece: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin refutes any internal rift over its decision to back Yes vote: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Second Seanad poll on cards: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Well-earned point for FF, but it's far from game, set and match in epic battle with SF: Irish Independent
John Downing

Stage now set for rise of the new political order (Oct 6): Sunday Independent
Shane Ross

Willie Frazer's stereotype is an insult to Muslims (Oct 2): Belfast Telegraph
Mohammed Samaana

Don't rule out Britain joining the euro in a few years (Oct 1): The Irish Times
John O'Hagan

Scottish independence – armed forces will be under-funded, says MoD: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Independent Scotland could defend itself: The Scotsman
Stuart Crawford

Opec head blow to Salmond – Scotland should stay in UK: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Critchlow and Simon Johnson

Applying the Irish model to Pakistan: The Express Tribune (Pakistan)
Adil Jawad

Sunday, October 6

Row over victims' chief a diversion from real issues, says Ann Travers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Victims' Commissioner – My political views are irrelevant: The News Letter

Tyrone group hit out at Victims Commissioner: Tyrone Times

Controversial Eames-Bradley report 'likely to be revisited at Haass talks' (Oct 2): The News Letter

Husband of IRA atrocity victim says Maze 'missed opportunity': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Most unionists welcome Maze funding decision: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Revamp of parades body 'may undermine Haass': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Parades Commission's new members 'opportunity for fresh start': The News Letter

Numbers at Twaddell camp expected to grow after parade ban: The News Letter

Parade protests will include 'civil disobedience', says Orangeman: BBC

Prayer service to be held at Twaddell protest camp: The News Letter
Aine Fox

'Some family thought joining Sinn Fein was a good idea, some didn't' – Chris Andrews (Oct 2): Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Rafferty family slams 'traitor' Andrews for move to Sinn Fein: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Sinn Fein councillor says Gerry Adams must comment on brother's sexual abuse conviction: Irish Voice/
Patrick Counihan

The week Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams' credibility was left in tatters: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Adams' plea for privacy and space over Aine is just a self-serving ploy: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

The IRA and the Disappeared – Tell us where Kevin is buried and I'll shake hands: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Disruptive Finaghy hoax unites community against those responsible: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Belfast parade honours loyalist killer Brian Robinson (Sep 9): Sunday Life
Ciarán Barnes

Barbs hit home for McGuinness in 'job losses' row: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Prisons need to have robust security and search procedures (Oct 2): The News Letter

Decision to refuse Oktoberfest a liquor licence makes Banbridge look backward (Sep 25): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

A 'Controversial' Belfast film (Sep 19): UTV
B. H. Martin

UVF parade applauded for cultural significance (Sep 30): The News Letter

Seanad abolition referendum decisively defeated: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Kenny disappointed by poll 'wallop': Irish Independent

Result has undermined Taoiseach's political authority: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

Time to give emigrants the vote, encourage Irish to leave – and to come back: Irish Voice/
Peter Casey

PM Panics as Tories bid to quit EU next year – MPs hijack Commons vote to get 2014 referendum three years early: Daily Mail
Simon Walters and Glen Owen

An EU exit would be felt hardest far from Westminster (Oct 3): Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Saturday, October 5

EU withdraws offer of Maze redevelopment funds: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Blame game after Maze funding withdrawn: UTV

Elliot content at Maze EU funding withdrawal: BBC

The Maze problem: UTV
Ken Reid

Backlash grows over Victims' Commissioner comments: The News Letter
Sam McBride

NI victims commissioner Kathryn Stone replies to critics: BBC

Victims and terrorists – Should the Victims Commissioner Kathryn Stone resign?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Victims commissioner right to tread carefully: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalists confirm they will not attempt to parade past Ardoyne: The News Letter

Real danger in Woodvale standoff: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Recruitment for new Parade Commission members: BBC

Orange Order hopes new Parades body members will be the last: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Second parade ban at Ardoyne flashpoint: UTV

Future of Orange Order to be discussed at workshops: Ulster Star

Sadly the failures of Gerry Adams will count for little: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Unionists are wrong to align with Sinn Fein on welfare: The News Letter

Off the wall – What life is really like in shadow of the peace line: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Where are the protestors today?: Derry Journal

UVF 'is still mired in drugs and violence': The News Letter

Finaghy security alert 'elaborate hoax': UTV

Republicans take on drugs den: Dundalk Democrat

Searching for the Disappeared: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Hunger strikers, play parks and councils: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambre

Council snubs UDR greenfinches: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Sinn Fein slams DUP MP's expense claims: Portadown Times

'Pathway to Peace' cycle event on Sunday: Derry Journal

Strip searches 'necessary to maintain safety in prison' (Oct 2): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

NI could get vote for Irish president: UTV

'Allowing those in Northern Ireland to vote in southern elections is witless and harmful': Belfast Telegraph
Jeff Dudgeon

They can have the vote – when they live here (Oct 2): Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Irish emigrants deserve to vote and recognition for their contributions: Irish Voice/

If you think the House of Lords is bad for democracy, try the Irish senate: The Spectator
Melanie McDonagh

Northern exposure not so bad for Nama (Oct 1): The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Scottish independence – Balls 'not bluffing' on currency: The Scotsman

A year to go, but still little clarity (Sep 19): The Herald

This could be the beginning of the end for the Commonwealth (Oct 3): The Guardian
Dhananjayan Sriskandarajah

Friday, October 4

Leaders come together for jobs event despite 'crisis' claims: The News Letter

Leaders play down Maze disagreement: Belfast Telegraph

Continuing apathy with Stormont, despite progress made by politicians: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Stormont – Why the odd couple have to soldier on...: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Victims' dismay at commissioner's IRA comments: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Victims' Commissioner defends role: Belfast Telegraph

Victims Commissioner coy on numerous issues (Oct 2): The News Letter

Shatter takes sideswipe at Sinn Fein leader: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Michael Brennan

Disinformation flung about says Sinn Fein president: Irish News

Gerry Adams evidence at brother's trial 'examined by police': BBC

No charges for Gerry Adams over brother's abuse case: Irish Mirror

Liam Adams claimed 15 years ago – 'I know names of people in child sex ring': Belfast Telegraph
Fiach Kelly

Adams 'wanted to conceal sex abuse allegation': Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Parade will not pass before talks, commission tells order: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ardoyne ruling is a sensible one, says Sinn Fein: The News Letter

Unionist anger at parade determination: The News Letter

Corner of Belfast where it is always the Twelfth of July: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Ardoyne impasse – 'Sectarian race to the bottom between unionist politicians and paramilitaries': Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

Powers on parades must be devolved: The News Letter
John McCallister

Bomb alert on train line at Finaghy leaves families out of their homes: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Police to investigate 'UVF gangsterism': BBC

Council reform still fraught with difficulties: Impartial Reporter

McDonnell challenged on IRA playpark name: The News Letter

Pushing the IRA Connection: Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Gary Craig

Writer Tom Clancy was a proud Irish American but very anti-IRA: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Harryville Catholic church in Antrim to be demolished: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

End of an era as Harryville church in Ballymena is razed to the ground: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Robinson visit a boost to under-threat DVA staff: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Relatively speaking, we urgently need reforms (Sep 28): Belfast Telegraph

Borderline Nationality Disorder (Sep 18): The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Ireland – the Seanad needs reform, but not abolition:
Neil Brady

Tory pledge to scrap Human Rights Act (Sep 30): Daily Telegraph
Holly Watt

Human rights landmark should be celebrated (Oct 1): Belfast Telegraph
Les Allamby

Cry foul over sectarianism law (Oct 3): The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Ed Balls – Alex Salmond's sterling currency union plans flawed:
Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – Passion aplenty in Holyrood independence debate (Sep 18): BBC
Brian Taylor

Thursday, October 3

Senior republican warns that Sinn Fein-DUP tensions could lead to collapse of Northern Assembly: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Conservative Party conference – Theresa Villiers raises alarm about 'lethal' Republican violence: The Independent
Nigel Morris

Riots threaten to deter investors, says Villiers: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Flag rioting is 'grotesque' – Villiers: UTV

Haass talks – A penchant for making mountains of molehills: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Alliance anger at Ulster Unionist query over policing bill for protecting MP's office: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Staying quiet – Adams asks for space after brother convicted of sex abuse: Irish Mirror
Sarah Bardon

Gerry Adams defends nine-year failure to contact the police over sexual abuse of niece: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan and Lise Hand

Liam Adams – Tears of vindication as 'guilty' rang out: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Liam Adams revelations sent shockwaves through Sinn Fein: The News Letter

Liam Adams – The quest for justice that took 36 years: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

How Liam Adams' daughter Aine challenged the most powerful republican family on the island: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Gerry's moral high ground is crumbling beneath him: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Orange march in Ardoyne banned again: RTE

Loyalist Twaddell protesters to carrying on camping after new parade bid rejected: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Ardoyne restrictions 'shameful', says OO: UTV

Unionist initiative on parade: The News Letter

Order can't cherry pick rulings: Belfast Telegraph

Band parade 'disgrace' is damaging town centre – MLA: Fermanagh Herald

Sectarian concerns over church attacks: Fermanagh Herald

Trouble looming for super councils if flag issue is not settled, MLAs told: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UUP minister opposes 'super council' Bill: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Principle of equality must be cornerstone of local government reform: Tyrone Times

Peter Robinson says Maze centre 'needs widespread support': BBC

No development at Maze site unless the DUP honours agreement – Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Irishman accused of buying arms for Real IRA has conviction overturned:
Henry McDonald

Real IRA suspect jailed after M15 sting in 2008 is freed from Lithuanian jail due to lack of direct evidence linking him to the terrorist group: Daily Mail
Wills Robinson

Cleared 'arms plot' Irishman may seek payout: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Limavady man has flag protest sentence suspended: BBC

Man jailed for riot had rioted before: The News Letter

Victims chief who won't say if IRA and UVF were terrorists: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Inquest into IRA trio shot by SAS near Coagh to go ahead: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Year's delay on inquest into IRA deaths 'ridiculous': The Irish Times

1973 bomb families to be consulted: Coleraine Times

Welfare reforms 'will cost Northern Ireland economy £750m': BBC
Chris Buckler

Welfare reform – Stormont faces another maze:
Steven McCaffery

Seanad abolition would make united Ireland harder – former AG: The Irish Times
Ruadhan Mac Cormaic

Celtic fan Paul Clark given football ban over gun gesture: BBC

Does Scotland Want Independence?: New York Times
Denise Mina

Carving out a Scottish identity: The Scotsman
Tom Devine

Wednesday, October 2

Haass talks must not stop other work, says Theresa Villiers: BBC
Stephen Walker

Theresa Villiers denies claim British government has a 'semi-detached' attitude to Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Orange Order members pessimistic about Haass: The News Letter

Sinn Féin MP questions DUP leadership: UTV

Belfast Telegraph Poll 2013 – Road to nowhere (Sep 16): Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

Allister and McGuinness trade barbs: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

McGuinness slammed over 'insult' to IRA victims: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McGuinness – Future of entire Maze site 'jeopardised': BBC

Gerry Adams' brother, Liam, found guilty of raping his daughter: The Independent
David McKittrick

Liam Adams convicted of sexually abusing his daughter: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

The shadow that abuse cast over the family of Gerry Adams: BBC
Shane Harrison

Adams's silence on his brother's abuse strips him of all credibility: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Gerry Adams must go over abuse failings: Belfast Telegraph

Red alert as the PSNI's thin blue line takes a battering: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Twaddell camp to go if parade passes: The News Letter
Sam McBride

A welcome Orange initiative to break the Ardoyne impasse (Sep 30): The News Letter

Man jailed for PSNI landrover riot: UTV

Call for flags clause in council bill: UTV

Mark Durkan rules out council flag regulations: BBC

Prison for flag rioting police Land Rover surfer: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Battles are go as parties gear up for long election campaign: The News Letter
Chris Moncrieff

Police team appointed to lead HET: UTV

Killer Michael Stone says he is 'sorry' for Milltown murders (Aug 5): Sunday Life
Ciarán Barnes

Integrity of IRA man's inquest 'compromised by using former Special Branch officers in disclosure process': Belfast Telegraph

TUV back UDR memorial plan: Ballymena Times

I'm sorry for the hurt caused when the SDLP voted to name children's play park after IRA terrorist – Alasdair McDonnell: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The Insistence Of Absence – The Legacy Of The McGurk's Bar Bombing (Sep 26): Eurasia Review
Kate McCabe

Spectre of IRA Involvement: Rochester Democrat & Chronicle
Gary Craig

Partial u-turn by Council: Coleraine Times

MLAs to debate new Northern Ireland 'super councils': BBC
Mark Devenport

Kenny and Gilmore are waging a revolution. Has anyone noticed?: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Without a vote, we emigrants have no voice in decisions that affect our return (Sep 29): Sunday Independent
Peter Casey

Unionists must 'hammer home' message: BBC
Ruth Davidson

Independence lessons from 1979: The Scotsman
Jackie Kemp

Tuesday, October 1

Chief Constable Matt Baggott hits out at failure of politicians to back his officers: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Orange Order march and talks offer criticised by residents: BBC

Unionists welcome Orange offer to Ardoyne residents: The News Letter

Town Orangemen want to meet Haass over Drumcree: Portadown Times

Theresa Villiers hits back at Labour criticism over Richard Haass talks role: Belfast Telegraph
Colin O'Carroll

Violence poses 'real challenge' to institutions, warns Martin McGuinness: The News Letter

Our main issue may be fear of no change: Belfast Telegraph
Jeffrey Donaldson

What unionism needs is less sash and more sashay: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Big partnership experiment at Stormont faces acrimonious split: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Catholics land sale row – farmer left £536K in will: Belfast Telegraph

No Maze development 'without peace centre': BBC

Long Kesh can be Irish Guantanamo – Terror suspects should be interned: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

UUP leader's speech calls for more discussion on IRA border murders: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Disappeared search for Columba McVeigh ends in failure: BBC

Columba McVeigh relatives appeal for help to find IRA victim's body:
Henry McDonald

Anguished family of murdered Columba McVeigh release his last letter: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Investigator makes appeal over cases of Columba McVeigh, Robert Nairac, Joe Lynskey and four other IRA victims: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Relatives' group would welcome debate with ex-UDR members: Mid Ulster Mail
Stanley Campbell

Service remembers fallen police officers: The News Letter

Ireland reunified – in its passports at least, which include a map of whole island: The Independent
Brian Hutton

Redesigned passport focuses on 'citizenship, not territoriality': The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

New Irish passport features Ulster Scots verse: The News Letter

Tom Elliott calls Republic of Ireland's decision to use map of island on new Irish passport a 'stupid decision': Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Alliance query Irish vote plan: The News Letter

SF supporting abolition of Unionist friendly upper house: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Politics must do more with less – so Seanad has to go: Irish Independent
Enda Kenny

Reform Dail first, then tackle Seanad (Sep 29): Sunday Independent

Summing up ends in Adams trial: UTV

Soldiers accused of sectarian singing at Ibrox: The Scotsman
Martyn McLaughlin

Europe's nationalists seek solidarity with Scotland's independence campaign:
Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – David Cameron 'stay' appeal: The Scotsman
David Maddox

How British is Britain?: BBC
Mark Easton


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