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Saturday, October 15

Stakeknife-linked murder probe uncovers 'significant evidence': Belfast Live
Michael McHugh

Top English policeman uncovers new Stakeknife evidence: The News Letter

Senior international policing figures involved in Stakeknife probe: ITV
Brian Rowan

Victims reject McGuinness claims that IRA did not target civilians: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Just 15% of Catholic voters backed Brexit, says major study: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Theresa May digs in while Dublin opts for the politics of panic over Brexit: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt – I don't understand the issue over Protestants attending Catholic mass: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

We encourage respect among community but back Mass ban: The News Letter
Raymond Robinson

Sinn Féin MLAs hail Orange Order's Easter Rising seminar: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Wells calls for permanent tribute to Orange leader Drew Nelson: The News Letter

Loyalist communities at risk of destabilisation, PUP says: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Man accused of destroying 'murder car' is denied bail: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

UDR fund offers help to former soldiers: Ballymena Times

Three in court over illegal republican parade: Portadown Times

Terrorists could use online voter details, warns Elliott: Belfast Telegraph

Equality Commission, not Bea Worton, backed down in McCreesh park case: The News Letter

Ivor Bell's bail conditions varied to allow him to go to Donegal for wedding anniversary: Belfast Telegraph

Ivor Bell can leave NI while awaiting Jean McConville trial: The News Letter

Sinn Féin man wants answers over bugging device claims in book: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Weapon used to kill Catholic salesman 40 years ago could be linked to other murders: Irish News
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Notorious UVF mural in North Belfast ready for removal – but not just yet: Irish News
John Manley

Ex-IRA chief granted extended bail from Jean McConville trial: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Gun used to kill Daniel Carson in 1973 may have links to other murders: Belfast Telegraph

DUP dyslexia joke wasn't meant to cause offence, says UUP's Alex Baird: Belfast Telegraph

'Budget does nothing for Border Communities' – Sinn Féin: Newry Times

'Religion in schools helps teach right from wrong': Derry Journal

Secret report on Nama loans 'very valuable': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Hugh Orde – I was sounded out over top job in the Garda: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Nicola Sturgeon – 'no rush to referendum' on Scottish independence: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

Scotland divided on second independence vote: The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan

The stars are aligning for a second independence poll: The Herald
Kevin McKenna

Haggling over right to hold referendum is premature: The Scotsman
Editorial

A balancing act to manage on second independence poll: The Herald
Editorial

Celtic fans collect club jerseys to send to Palestinian children "in a show of solidarity": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Friday, October 14

There is no need to rush something as complex as Brexit: The News Letter
Editorial

Blair's heirs undermining his Irish peace legacy: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Man accused of destroying UDA chief John Borland murder probe car has bail refused: Belfast Telegraph

UDA boss responds to funding criticism: Irish News
Allison Morris

Because loyalists have a past doesn't mean they shouldn't have a future: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

NI Conservatives' disquiet over DUP love-in to be raised with party HQ: Irish News
John Manley

Naomi Long must tread carefully or she'll lose votes (Oct 12): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Community angered by gun found stashed in play park site: ITV

North Derry Republican Group claim Dungiven shooting: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Charges against prominent Tyrone republican David Jordan dropped: Irish News
Connla Young

Sectarian message 'Kill All Taigs' sprayed in arson attack on north Belfast flat: Irish News
Claire Simpson

McGuinness urges Government to prove seriousness in dealing with Troubles legacy: Belfast Telegraph

Retired Garda calls for recognition for colleagues caught in IRA bombing: Irish Independent
Daire Courtney

Justice Secretary like "a rabbit caught in headlights" in meeting with pub bombings campaigner (Oct 6): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

De Valera's old hat no good for new north-south divide: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

DUP Assembly Member claims Bogside mural is glorifying violence (Oct 8): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Drew Nelson's funeral draws hundreds of Orangemen: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

IRA not glorified in new video game, says avid gamer: The News Letter
Graeme Cousins

Was Ipso the reason for the Daily Mail's climbdown over inaccuracy?: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

Queen's rail halt plaque to return next week: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

We must work harder to address gender discrimination (Oct 5): Irish News
Jarlath Kearney

Fuel laundering 'defeated' in the South: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Does this painting depict King Billy being blessed by the Pope?: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Nicola Sturgeon makes move for Scottish independence vote: The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan

New Scottish independence move just bid to placate hardliners – DUP: The News Letter

Independence pledge whets appetite, but SNP faithful are in no rush: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

A balancing act to manage on second independence poll: The Herald
Editorial

Celtic fan accused of singing 'IRA song' Roll of Honour walks free after sheriff blasts case against him (Oct 11): Scottish Daily Record
David Meikle

Thursday, October 13

Kenny stresses special Irish situation in talks with Brexit negotiator: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Hard border with Republic would be 'unacceptable to UK government': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

'Theresa May's words will ring hollow in the North' – Murphy: Newry Times

Foreigner-hating 'Brits' have created Brexit crisis for us – Quinn: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Post-Brexit visas will hurt business – hotel boss: The News Letter

Ireland's unique relationship with Britain pushed into the spotlight: The Irish Times
Suzanny Lynch

Checkpoint Ireland: Irish World
Bernard Purcell

A proxy border guard for UK when Brexit happens?: The Irish Times
Editorial

Stormont's top mandarin says Opposition drives Executive parties together: The News Letter

'I have a bet on that I can get 1,000 people to join Sinn Féin' – Gerry Adams: Irish Independent

Taoiseach must allow north to vote in presidential elections (Oct 12): Irish News
Jim Gibney

Alliance stalwart Jones 'one of many in party happy to stay in UK': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Naomi Long's robust and passionate style of leadership will help Alliance Party: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

The role of social housing in Northern Ireland's divided communities: The Guardian
Paddy Gray

Best tribute to Drew Nelson would be to continue his work, says Orangeman: The News Letter
Sam McBride

The exclusively Protestant Orange Order needs to decide if it can become a vehicle for the rebirth of Christian socialism in Ireland, or take advantage of the growing cross-border relations ...: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Drew Nelson's pivotal role needs lasting legacy: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Republican Dee Fennell defends role in Fr Donegan confrontation: Irish News
Connla Young

Dissident republican thug Dee Fennell's vodka bender after abusing Fr Gary Donegan (Oct 11): Sunday Life
Chris Woodhouse

Fr Gary Donegan – I was called a 'paedophile' by nationalists: Irish News
Connla Young

Unionists call for Declan McGlinchey anniversary parade in Bellaghy to be called off: Mid Ulster Mail

Colin Duffy set for Supreme Court over bugging assurance: ITV

Drone crashes into police station in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

A new low in State's treatment of victims: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Derry councillor denies telling former IRA prisoner to leave country: Irish News
Allison Morris

Paddy Murray – Denies informer allegations and is 'on minimum wage': Irish News
Allison Morris

Enniskillen whisky theft teen who spat in police vehicle asked PSNI – 'Where's Ronan Kerr?': Impartial Reporter

500 race hate reports to police in last six months in Northern Ireland (Oct 10): Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Online registration to be rolled out for NI voters: ITV

Still a Long way to go in addressing gender inequality in politics: Irish News
Allison Morris

'Computer game's 'IRA mission' is insensitive to victims of terrorism'- MP: Londonderry Sentinel
Neill Cobain

Wednesday, October 12

UK must keep soft Irish border in Brexit, Lords told: The News Letter

Border controls inevitable post Brexit, says former PSNI chief: The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Brexit 'should not affect' rights of Irish in UK, Brokenshire says: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Day before EU referendum, DUP ministry only anticipated Remain vote: The News Letter
Sam McBride and Steven McCaffery

Brexit – Hayes suggests North could become 'associate member' of EU: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

'People's Challenge' to oppose Brexit at High Court: ITV

Border funding after Brexit 'under consideration': BBC

Post-Brexit passport surge is likely to reach 1m in 2019: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

London set for Brexit setback as companies move to Dublin, claims Irish Finance Minister: Daily Express
Joe Barnes

Will Brexit Unravel the Peace in Northern Ireland?: New York Times
Jochen Bittner

Tory Brexiteers need to understand the consequences of ignoring Ireland: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Let UK do its own border dirty work – Controlling back door entry to UK: Irish Examiner
Editorial

James Brokenshire cancels DUP breakfast benefit amid concerns from nationalists: Irish News
John Manley

Naomi Long looks certain to be next Alliance leader: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Naomi Long slams 'arrogant DUP' and says she no regrets over Union flag protests: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Naomi Long's 'puerile' attack on Arlene Foster backfires, says DUP: Belfast Telegraph

NI political party donor list 'should be published to avoid corruption': RTE

Praise for a most 'principled unionist': The News Letter

Loss of Orange Order's strategic modernising thinker leaves a chasm: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Government gave UDA-linked groups £5 million of taxpayers' money: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

McCord challenges Foster to debate over funding for UDA members: The News Letter

Emma Little Pengelly defends the use of UDA-linked group to manage £1.7m fund (Oct 10): Irish News
Claire Simpson

Councillor McShane charged with assault and making threats at Ballycastle Twelfth rally freed on bai: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Case involving former IRA prisoner to be held in private due to 'national security': Irish News

Wife of murdered taxi driver Michael McGibbon slams GARC bullies who harassed Fr Gary Donegan in Ardoyne: Belfast Telegraph
Stephanie Bell

Victims' group Justice meet with British Secretary of State: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

David Caldwell – Derry bomb victim's family want inquest: BBC

The Belfast Troubles: Bay of Plenty Times
Richard Moore

Why psychopaths like Patrick Magee need to be told 'No' more often: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Green Party leader joins campaign for justice over Birmingham pub bombings (Oct 6): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Raymond McCreesh Park – Grandmother ends legal bid against Equality Commission: BBC

Deportees included in Bronx Hib honors: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Unionists call for withdrawal of 'sick' video game featuring IRA mission: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

FAI pull offending ticket page that treated northern Republic fans as 'non-Irish': Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Windsor Park snub for Ireland Rio heroes 'an oversight': Belfast Telegraph
Luke Barnes

Niall Quinn on James McClean's Premier League and Republic of Ireland journey: SkySports.com
Niall Quinn

Tuesday, October 11

Ireland confirms talks under way over post-Brexit border controls: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Lisa O'Carroll

No plan to close our ports to EU travellers after Brexit – minister: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn, Colm Kelpie and David Raleigh

No bilateral deals on Brexit with UK – Mairead McGuinness: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

MEPs reject deal with UK on immigration controls: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe and Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Brexit – FF says idea of State policing UK border 'implausible': The Irish Times
Harry McGee

This Brexit plan will divide Britain and Ireland once more: The Guardian
Diarmaid Ferriter

Ireland should consider leaving the EU: The Irish Times
Wolfgang Münchau

Leave Gerry Adams to indulge in token protests, it is others who are grafting for best Brexit deal: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

'British and Irish governments need to act to break funding log jam' – Murphy: Newry Times

Executive Office showing notable aggression towards opposition (Oct 4): Irish News
Allison Morris

SDLP would boycott White House functions if Trump president, says Colum Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph

Leadership means knowing when it is time to go: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Twaddell bid to build bridges with nationalist neighbours: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Councillor in court on '12th' charges: The News Letter

Controversial marching band fund could get extra £100,000 in public money: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Fuel fraudsters 'still spared jail for peace': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Orange halls hit 132 times but no answer on the number of convictions: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Victims' group calls for release of Stormont House Agreement funding: ITV

Concerns raised about army and RIRA murder: The News Letter

Widow of Declan McGlinchey hits out at plans for republican anniversary parade: Irish News
John Monaghan

Could Queen and 53 Commonwealth heads of state be Northern Ireland-bound?: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Dungannon Thomas Clarkes GFC and followers refuse to respond to Willie Frazer 'dissident' insults: Tyrone Times

Team Ireland's Michael McKillop and Jason Smyth question being left out of Windsor Park re-opening event: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Supporters furious as northern fans forced to register as UK for FAI tickets: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Pastor McConnell – I started getting death threats – someone sent a black rose with a note saying 'your time will come': Belfast Telegraph

Indyref2 'could cause more instability than Brexit': STV
Aidan Kerr

Monday, October 10

Britain to push post-Brexit UK immigration controls back to Irish border: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Brexit compromise will avoid hard Border – David Puttnam: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Locals fight against re-emergence of 'hard border' in Ireland: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Both Republic and North 'could benefit from united Ireland': The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Gerry Adams needs to stay until Brexit is resolved: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Sinn Féin's hypocrisy following attack on Ardoyne priest: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Visit by DUP's Paul Givan to UDA-linked office 'an incredible lapse in judgement': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Why lax bail conditions are letting thugs like Damien Fennell laugh at legal system (Oct 6): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Willie Frazer dubs walkers at Tyrone GAA fundraising event 'republican scum': Irish News
John Monaghan

Minister hits out at treatment of Troubles' victims during service (Oct 3): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

The boy who became a mass murderer: Belfast Telegraph

Sprinter Jason Smyth – 'Windsor Park snub was because I run for Ireland': Irish News
Simon Cunningham

An Air Show at the Maze could really take off: Ulster Star

North's five most expensive loyalist bonfires revealed (Sep 26): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Nearly a century on, slain Catholic B-Special's grave finally given a headstone (Oct 7): Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Spike in number of British who want Irish jobs after Brexit vote: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan and Dearbhail McDonald

Record as 1.2 million from North fly through Dublin in 2015 (Oct 7): Irish Independent
John Mulligan

Second public inquiry into A5 begins today: Strabane Chronicle

Brexit – £17m of Ulster University funding at risk: BBC
Robbie Meredith

Theresa May is a puritanical leader who would make Margaret Thatcher blush: Irish News
Tom Kelly

MPs 'will get say' on Brexit legislation, says Scottish Conservative MSP: BBC

Trapped between a nostalgic Brexit fantasy and an unconvincing independence vision: The Herald
David Torrance

What we see in post-Brexit Britain is chaos: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

Sunday, October 9

Revealed – US billionaire is funding Brexit legal challenge: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Protesters against Brexit gather in Cavan and Fermanagh: The Irish Times
Owen Bowcott

Finance Minister Mairtin O Muilleoir under fire over secrecy on Stormont cash: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Stormont's fundamental problem cannot be fixed by a new spin doctor (Oct 8): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

My successor has a chance to grow Alliance, says departing leader Ford: The News Letter
Sam McBride

McCausland demands police chief ensures dissident 'recruitment' mural is removed: Belfast Telegraph
Luke Barnes

Lurgan man accused over dissident republican murder plot is denied bail: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Orange Hall reopens in Co Donegal two years after arson: ITV

Man (33) in court accused of having weapons relating to an ongoing UDA feud: Belfast Telegraph
Christopher Woodhouse

'Inner circle of DUP, SF deciding future of SHA': The News Letter

Victims told to expect yet more legacy case delays: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Better to light a candle than curse the dark... and Project Children lit up 23,000 of them': Belfast Telegraph
Maria Herlihy

Meeting the Irish Soldiers Who Fight in the British Army: Vice.com
Norma Costello

The success of the NI team is recognised at Stormont: The News Letter
Editorial

Belfast Dean says Mervyn Gibson welcome despite opposition to Catholic canon (Oct 7): Irish News
Gareth McKeown

US hits back in SF aircraft row: The News Letter

Shoppers to flock North as sterling continues to drop: Sunday Independent
Wayne O'Connor

Sterling's fall has Border retailers eyeing bleak Christmas: The Irish Times
Conor Pope

Brexit preparations – Can 'new politics' play long game? (Oct 5): The Irish Times
Editorial

"We spend mind-boggling amounts of public money on the Irish language. Cén fáth?": TheJournal.ie
Eoin Butler

Tale of two Irelands won't have a happy ending for FF: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Britons planning Irish retirement may have to prove 'close connection' (Sep 13): The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Ruth Davidson and Arlene Foster's distaste for John McDonnell: Sunday Express
Camilla Tominey

Support for Better Together's 'caring sharing' UK has been fatally undermined: Sunday Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Durkan travels to South America in wake of disappointing Colombian peace referendum result: Derry Journal

Saturday, October 8

Arlene Foster – there will be no Donald Trump-style wall along the Border: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Anti-Brexit protests set for Tyrone border areas: Ulster Herald

John O'Dowd urges public support for series of anti-Brexit border protests: Irish News
John Manley

Northern Ireland employers may have to register Irish passport holders as foreigners under Conservative government proposals – Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph

Is English arrogance about to end the United Kingdom?: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

Paisley blasts 'massacre' of North Antrim constituency: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UKip Northern Ireland leader David McNarry admits attending Catholic Mass as he joins call for Orange Order to end ban: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'All Protestants should avoid the act of blasphemy': DUP councillor: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Orange Order's inertia is not sufficient excuse for putting off decision on attending Mass: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Question is, what exactly are we getting in return for appeasing the UDA?: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Priest joins calls for release of Derry republican prisoner Tony Taylor: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Fr. Gary Donegan treatment – are we less respectful than ever?: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

McGuinness berates British government over lack of legacy engagement: Irish News
John Manley

Legacy issues will test Brokenshire: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Essex boy Brokenshire born to a life in politics pays tribute to his dad, Thatcher, Theresa May ... and Great British Bake Off (Oct 7): Belfast Telegraph

Bobby Sands' bed and Long Kesh/Maze's afterlife (Oct 3): The Irish Times
Laura McAtackney

Land occupied by Camp Twaddell loyalists is up for sale by Housing Executive (Oct 6): Irish News
Allison Morris

David Ford has stepped down...but will he now step up for Sean Lynch?: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

NI Police Federation in budget warning (Oct 6): The News Letter

Two Irish language schools being lined up to join state controlled sector: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Sinn Féin calls for £3bn EU funding to upgrade Belfast to Dublin train link: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Of Tims, Taigs, and Tenement-Scots – An Irishman's Diary on the changing face of insults (Oct 6): The Irish Times
Frank McNally

'The Titanic is a symbol of something new and fresh – even though it reaches back 100 years' (Oct 2): TheJournal.ie

Woman who falsely claimed DUP MLA Jim Wells made homophobic remarks tells him she is 'deeply sorry from the bottom of her heart': Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Sir Keir returns to shadow cabinet after heading probe into IRA's rape cover-up: Belfast Telegraph

Britain's woe could also prove to be Kenny's opportunity to hang in for a few more years (Oct 5): Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

Commonwealth countries raise fears about economic 'shock' of Brexit (Oct 5): Belfast Telegraph

Why Brexit will be Margaret Thatcher's revenge (Oct 3): The Irish Times
Vernon Bogdanor

Derry Palestine solidarity group to protest at border over visa denial: Derry Journal

Friday, October 7

'No Brexit impact' on Good Friday Agreement: ITV

Brexit would have 'profound political significance' for North, court hears: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Man who got legal aid to challenge Brexit believes it will also fund an appeal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Judge to give immediate consideration to landmark legal bid to halt Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Parliament 'should scrutinise' NI EU exit: BBC

Brokenshire vows to fight for North in Brexit talks: Irish Independent
Yvette Shapiro

Victims' campaigner says enough has been done to prevent N Ireland exit from EU: Belfast Telegraph

Priest to lead Border communities' protest over Brexit: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

North feels 'forced out of EU' by Brexit, Bishop warns: Irish Catholic
Greg Daly

Are Irish considered foreigners in the UK?: Irish World
Bernard Purcell

Dublin not a 'demonstrably foreign capital,' BBC told correspondent: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

As Brexit looms, we must hold both unionists and British to the terms of the Good Friday Agreement: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

Fears mount in Ireland over post-Brexit 'hard border': The Guardian
Vincent Boland

The mask slips... Theresa May is revealed as the hardest of Brexiteers: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Britain for the British – Theresa May leads a new nationalist government: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Dark forces showing their hand – Tory delusion and deceit on Brexit: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Orange chaplain supports Catholic church ban repeal: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Second top Orangeman makes Mass U-turn call: BBC

UUP Orangemen Tom Elliott and Danny Kennedy who defied ban on going to Catholic Mass urge rethink: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Public debate muted on axing Order's Catholic church ban: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Orange Order should end ban on Mass attendance: Irish News
Editorial

Ending of Orange Order Mass ban a step closer to more inclusive society: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

It's a pretty sad fact the DUP's raison d'etre is about trying to destroy other unionist parties: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Ford quietly rebuilt his party, but it now faces challenges: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Naomi Long is being seen as the best bet to follow David Ford's positive lead: Irish News
Alex Kane

Ford had endurance as a leader and achieved successes: The News Letter
Editorial

Stephen Nolan cracks over flag protester's 'them and us' comments: Belfast Telegraph
Louise Convery

DUP delegation pictured at Shankill office hours after Spotlight UDA claims: Irish News
Allison Morris

Jailed July 13 rioter threw 18 missiles at police: The News Letter

Man arrested over threats to Sunday Life reporter: The Irish Times

Brighton bomber Patrick Magee who tried to kill Thatcher objects to being called 'terrorist': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

History won't be rewritten on my watch, but people guilty of Troubles crimes must face justice – James Brokenshire: Belfast Telegraph
Yvette Shapiro

Project Eagle – Noonan knew of Cushnahan role in NI loans bid: The Irish Times
Barry O'Halloran

NCA investigating six people over £1bn sale of Irish property portfolio: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Mystery of missing messages between Jamie Bryson and Sinn Féin revealed at inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Wily old fox' Noonan sticks to his guns during grilling on Nama in North: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Arrogant, cocky and smug performance that lacked humility and gave us few answers: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

A peace deal in Colombia is still possible – as my Northern Ireland experience shows: The Guardian
Jonathan Powell

Thursday, October 6

Brexit – Charlie Flanagan rules out possibility of a border poll: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Border arrangement post-Brexit can be close to what we currently have – senior civil servant: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Brexit ship has sailed, government QC tells Article 50 court challenge: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Charlie Flanagan rules out 'minister for Brexit' demand: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Closure of barracks along Border may prove problem following Brexit: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Ireland's 'special Brexit case' will need a very hard sell (Oct 5): Irish Independent
John Downing

Change is constant in life... here's why we should embrace Brexit, not fear it: Irish Independent
David McWilliams

Post-Brexit electronic border is not pie in the sky (Sep 29): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Corbyn and McDonnell a 'threat to the Union', suggests Arlene Foster (Oct 4): Belfast Telegraph

Did DUP have a champagne breakfast or just champ?: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

DUP courts goodwill towards unionists with champagne event: The News Letter
Editorial

Redraw of electoral boundaries will 'wreak havoc': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Suggested Belfast boundary changes in focus at public meetings: Belfast Media

Constituency plans illogical, unpopular and deeply damaging for the entire region: Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Dodds

'Grave concern' over threat to close Derry's electoral office (Oct 4): Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

No Ardoyne deal without Twaddell camp, claims senior Orangeman: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Ardoyne protestor arrested over confrontation with journalist: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Orange Order members should be allowed to attend Mass – Assistant Grand Master Mervyn Gibson: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Orangeman 'will not attend' cathedral service involving new Catholic canon: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair's Hallion Battalion – where are they now?: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

November hearing for loyalist supergrass Gary Haggarty: The News Letter

Buying peace is now a lucrative industry: Irish News
Allison Morris

Sinn Féin – UK trying to make soldiers 'immune' from law: The News Letter

Prosecution protection 'could be extended to Northern Ireland Troubles-era soldiers': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

British troops to be made exempt from European human rights laws during combat (Oct 4): The Independent
Joe Watts

Plan for UK military to opt out of convention on human rights (Oct 4): The Guardian
Peter Walker and Owen Bowcott

Bobby Sands comic funding repaid to Arts Council after 'sales success': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Man facing extradition from Ireland over suspected IRA bombing involvement: Sunday World

North's minister of finance claims no knowledge of Bryson Twitter exchanges: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

'Minister must explain Intertrade absence in Newry' – Murphy: Newry Times

'It's wonderful being Lord Mayor and it's great to meet all sorts of different people' (Oct 3): Belfast Telegraph
Kerry McKittrick

First Minister Arlene Foster attacks Derry Sun and Israel boycotts: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Could Derry's Hillsborough vote on the Sun start a ball rolling?: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

Move to ban 'Sun' in North hypocritical: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Irish passport applications from Britons double after Brexit: The Independent
Padraic Halpin

State to set up agency in UK to cope with demand for passports: Irish Independent
John Mulligan and Cormac McQuinn

Colombia Three 'amnesty' questions after referendum: The News Letter

Colombia has Good Friday Agreement moment of its own: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Wednesday, October 5

Northern Ireland could veto Brexit, Belfast high court told: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Patrick Wintour

Northern Ireland REBELS – Remainers launch legal bid in Belfast to BLOCK Brexit: Daily Express
Joey Millar

Government to seek special status for North after Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Government has been 'flat-footed' in response to Brexit – Mary Lou McDonald: Irish Independent

Brexit – Sinn Féin claims 'selfish May' does not care about damage she will cause: Belfast Telegraph

'New Border' based on technology could be used for North, says Foster: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy & Denis Staunton

Brexit – Northern Ireland will be protected, claims Brokenshire: Belfast Telegraph

Government plans all-island dialogue on Brexit in November: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Unionist parties will snub all-Ireland Brexit talks with Kenny: The News Letter

Unionist parties to snub Kenny's all-island Brexit talks: Belfast Telegraph

Hogan raises vista of 'hard border': Irish Independent

'Hard' Brexit best for Northern Ireland, claims Leave campaigner: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning and Colm Kelpie

Border campaigners' invite ahead of protests: Derry Journal

Enda Kenny insists Government has plan for Brexit fallout: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Enda Kenny must 'stand up to' Theresa May on Brexit, say Opposition: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

The Brexiteers are deluded and utterly devoid of a plan – but that doesn't mean we have to be: Irish Independent
Colette Browne

Difficulties of Brexit for Ireland can't be underestimated: The Irish Times
Alan Shatter

Lack of leadership among unionists is shameful: Irish News
Brian Feeney

DUP toasts success of first champagne reception: BBC
Stephen Walker

DUP's champagne reception hailed as 'good PR': The News Letter

Nesbitt's austerity jibe at DUP over its Champagne reception for Tories: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Council urged not to 'run away from' calls for removal of UDA mural in Co Armagh: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Red, white and blue paint on Limavady roundabout won't be removed: Derry Journal

Ardoyne parade negotiator linked with bid to resolve Drumcree: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin and SDLP row over who stood up for underfire Ardoyne priest: Belfast Telegraph

UDA rebel Bill Hill back in hiding after caravan torched: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Belfast man (41) pleads guilty after DNA match links him to paramilitary shooting: Irish News

Derry's Sean Dolan GAA nomads back five years after arson attack: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Man, 65, charged over bomb threats made before Queen Elizabeth II's visit in 2011: Irish Mirror
Daniel Hickey

Pub bombings – support of Prime Minister "not enough" to guarantee financial support: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

'McGuinness will never tell about my sister's murder': The News Letter

Ex-soldier's book Charlie One flying off shelves in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Luke Barnes

Martin McGuinness slams plans to protect British troops from 'vexatious' legal claims: Irish News
Andrew Woodcock

Veterans and families welcome new legal protection: The News Letter

Garda received bomb threats during Queen's visit, court hears: The Irish Times
Daniel Hickey

Report into marches and parades finds 'few issues of major concern': Scottish Daily Record
Katrine Bussey

Ruth Davidson tells the English – Don't believe Nicola Sturgeon when she says Scots want independence: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Israeli boycott – Are councillors prepared to give up their iPads?: The News Letter

Tuesday, October 4

Brexit could mean a return to an old-style border with checkpoints and custom posts: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

UK stance on Brexit 'threatens free travel area': Irish Examiner
Eamon Quinn and Juno McEnroe

MP foresees 'Troubles' border checks: Irish Independent

We will protect Northern Ireland's interests during Brexit, minister to pledge: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland will be Brexit collateral damage says Martin McGuinness: The News Letter

Arlene Foster launches scathing attack on Nesbitt and UUP and vows to secure best Brexit deal for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Government to seek special status for North after Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Flanagan says 'Brexit Minister' to handle EU talks is non-starter: Irish Independent
John Downing

Northern Ireland court to hear legal challenge to Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

Are Foster and McGuinness equal to the Brexit challenge?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern Ireland parties must unite over best Brexit deal: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Brexit timetable puts focus on our planning: Irish Independent
Editorial

Theresa May opts for 'hard' Brexit: The Irish Times
Editorial

Ardoyne priest Fr Gary Donegan says parades confrontation reminded him of Holy Cross protests: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Priest hailed after angry scenes at Orange Order parade: The News Letter

Portadown Orangeman's hopes for Ardoyne-style deal at Drumcree: The News Letter

Poisonous Ardoyne stalemate at an end but venom still infects our society: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Breakthrough in Ardoyne leaves dissidents isolated: The News Letter
Editorial

UDA boss Stitt's 1.7m reasons to be happy: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Loyalist paramilitary mural described as 'sick': The News Letter

Despite denying it, LAD got money from Basil McCrea: Londonderry Sentinel
Sam McBride

Paramilitary involvement in drugs trade revealed as Operation Torus continues: Irish News

RBL flags burned by rector replaced: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Politicians raise concerns over dissident activity and hate crime with PSNI Larne: Larne Times

Why Omagh bombers have nowhere to run and nowhere to hide: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

'I'll never forget the sight of my father lying there – the blood': Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Birmingham pub bombings – Reports of new DNA evidence false and misleading, say police: Belfast Telegraph

Council talks over play park named after IRA hunger striker McCreesh: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

The key to moving on is letting go of the past: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Labour's John McDonnell and the link to dissidents: Belfast Telegraph

Channel 4's Jon Snow sparks Twitter storm after asking what would have happened if Good Friday Agreement was put to referendum: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit means another Scottish independence vote in two years: Irish Independent
John Downing

Sturgeon has very little excuse not to fire her own starting gun on a second independence referendum: The Herald
David Torrance

UK 'will seek to influence Brexit trade deals while still in the EU': Belfast Telegraph

Sick Twitter outburst by Celtic 'fan' is condemned: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

NI sympathy as Colombia rejects deal to put FARC in government: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Eamon Gilmore optimistic about Colombian peace process: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Eventually Colombia, like Northern Ireland, will have to talk to its terrorists: The Independent
Sean O'Grady

Monday, October 3

British government says it will 'work closely' with North during Brexit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Executive is urged to 'pull plan together': The News Letter

Ministers told to engage with Northern colleagues on Brexit: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Arlene Foster welcomes Brexit process confirmation: Belfast Telegraph

British government 'taking a leap into the dark' with no Brexit plan – McGuinness: ITV

Enda Kenny has managed to come up with a good response on Brexit: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Britain to trigger Article 50 – Date adds to doubts on Kenny future: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Is there any point to holding an all-Ireland conversation without unionists? (Oct 1): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Elliott calls for review of system to ensure that driving jobs are publicly advertised: The News Letter

The new leader of the SDLP is 33 years old. He says it's time for Gerry Adams and the old guard to move on: TheJournal.ie
Darragh Peter Murphy

Ardoyne – Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby welcomes deal on parading impasse: Belfast Telegraph

Turning point over parades: Irish News
Editorial

West Belfast paramilitary attack is a barbaric crime: Irish News
Editorial

Lurgan resident tells of despair after new UDA mural appears on wall near homes: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Excavation for Charles Brooke Pickard's remains is ended: Irish Examiner
Anne Lucey

Pub bombings – Prime Minister Theresa May supports families' legal aid bid: Birmingham Mail
Jonathan Walker

What are north's Westminster MPs actually for?: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Former hunger striker calls on Republicans to 'rally the forces' at Tyrone commemoration (Oct 2): Tyrone Times
Shauna Corr

Britain's tough immigration line means trade problems for Ireland: Irish Independent
John Downing

Roy Foster – 'The Irish argue about history all the time' (Oct 1): The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

No Westminster politician can set a boundary on Scotland's march as a nation: The Irish Times
Alex Salmond

Sunday, October 2

Hardline views grow thanks to Sinn Féin's new rivals, says DUP man: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Tyrone dissidents to the fore of new republican party: Ulster Herald
Ronan McSherry

The time has now arrived for unionists to tell Orange Order some home truths: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Following the leader with the media: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Out of the shadows – The real LAD, and why he matters: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Petition of concern – Party responses: TheDetail.tv
Claire Smyth

Research reveals truth of Northern Ireland divisions: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Words of wisdom, or the way out to the wilderness (May 27): Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

More than 90 applications made after controversial band funding project revived (Sep 30): Irish News
Gareth McKeown

UUP top spender in Assembly poll where it failed to make gains: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Pub Bombings – DNA breakthrough could finally mean justice: Birmingham Mail
Jonathan Corke

No change: Belfast Media
Andrée Murphy

In politics, you expect your opponents to massage the truth... I don't expect it of BBC (Sep 29): The Irish Times
Nelson McCausland

Unravelling the threads of Nama's tailor-made NI deal: Sunday Independent
Richard Curran

Planned A5 road scheme between Derry and Ballygawley to cost £870m to build (Sep 27): Irish News

Rabbi says anti-Semitism is "on the rise" in Northern Ireland: BBC

Matthew's cupla focail is not enough to save gaeilge: Sunday Independent
Donal Lynch

Humanists urge vote on cutting 'God' references from Constitution (Sep 30): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Brendan Rodgers – Celtic would be one of England's top clubs if move south went ahead (Sep 30): The Herald

STV steal a march on BBC by launching nightly programme showing Scottish, UK and international news (Sep 19): Scottish Daily Record
Ross McCafferty

Saturday, October 1

Controversial loyalist parade proceeds peacefully in Belfast: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Ardoyne parade is told "our protest is over": Belfast Live
Chris Sherrard

Orange Order 'pride' over completion of return parade in north Belfast: ITV

Twaddell camp dismantled as Orange parade past Ardoyne shops in north Belfast passes off peacefully: Belfast Telegraph

GARC protest ends peacefully amid heavy police presence in north Belfast: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Priest and Sinn Féin reps confronted by furious GARC protesters: Irish News

Senior policeman hails 'peaceful' parade in Ardoyne: ITV

Orange Order calls for the reform of parades legislation: BBC

Parade agreement heralds 'new era' says Kelly: The News Letter

Theresa May – I don't want to see return of manned border: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Local community urged to support Newry 'Brexit day of action': Newry Times

North needs 'all-star team' of experts to get top Brexit deal, says think-tank: Belfast Telegraph

DUP and Sinn Féin working together to shut out the alternative voices at Stormont: The News Letter
Steven Agnew

Founder of popular site Loyalists Against Democracy has Dundalk links: TalkoftheTown.ie

Having created LAD, now John-Paul Whearty is walking away from it: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Fuel laundering virtually wiped out, Republic's taxman claims: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Carty

IRA members' involvement in organised crime 'overstated': Irish News

Man shot in both legs in Belfast after he was dragged into alley: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Minister who axed boat's Irish name 'bigoted' and 'anti-Irish', says Sinn Féin's Gerry Kelly: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell and Rebecca Black

Poppy used in tribute to UDA man who killed Battle of Britain vet: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Loyalists should shun process about past that excludes them: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Spencer

UUP calls for loyalists to be included in legacy talks: The News Letter

Shadow Home Secretary Andy Burnham backs pub bombing families (Sep 28): Birmingham Mail
Jonathan Walker

Fr O'Donnell's appointment a great step on the road to reconciliation: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

The Sun 'astonished' at Council's boycott call: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Removed royal plaque to be reinstated next month: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Nama feared sacking Cushnahan 'could have damaged north-south relations': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Council backs Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Campaign in support of Palestine: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Drive to shake up UK's terror laws for benefit of victims is launched: Belfast Telegraph



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