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Sunday, October 15

Irish hard border INEVITABLE after Brexit: UK-Irish relations could SOUR – Micheál Martin: Daily Express
Rebecca Perring

Fianna Fáil are calling for an electronic border between Northern Ireland and Republic post-Brexit: Irish Mirror
Sylvia Pownall

Whatever the outcome of these talks, unionism cannot go on like this in the future: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

It will be hard for victims to hear, but forgiveness should be without limit: Belfast Telegraph
Walter Lewis

Charter NI – PSNI decline to discuss PIRA issues: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Violence is still unacceptable but politicians don't seem to care (Mar 3): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Supergrass Haggarty case has let down the victims (Oct 12): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Relatives of Troubles victims failed yet again (Oct 13): Irish News
Editorial

PSNI mulling complaint after BBC Spotlight show: The News Letter

Government faces humiliation as DUP poised to side with Labour over women's pensions: Independent on Sunday
Rob Merrick

Belfast blitz expert – 'We need memorial to 1941 Nazi raids and the best location is City Hall, which was damaged in the disaster': The News Letter
Brian Barton

Visa row shows why Brexit is so complex (Oct 9): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

How Irish passports became essential in the battle against Brexit (Oct 14): The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Brexit Britain – Country on the edge of a nervous breakdown (Oct 13): The Irish Times
Eleanor Tiernan

The vote to join Europe in 1975 was based on a lie ... but at last we're getting our sovereignty back (Oct 12): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Soft Border – An Irishman's Diary about childhood memories of South Ulster (Mar 3): The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Senior DUP figure texted Taoiseach claiming credit for Derrymen James McClean, Shane Duffy and Martin O'Neill: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Is baggage of Derrymen playing for Northern Ireland becoming thing of past?: Belfast Telegraph
Orla Bannon

Celtic fans display banner opposing controversial Football Act: The Scotsman
Craig Fowler

Next Generation Nationalism needs to rethink the independence strategy from the ground up (Oct 10): The Herald
Chris Deerin

Saturday, October 14

Cabinet members clash over ending 'witch hunt' of British troops during The Troubles in Northern Ireland: The Sun
Ben Lazarus

Hard Brexit would be a 'monumental and political disaster': Irish Examiner
Eoin English

Taoiseach says Ireland could have a 'unique' border solution after Brexit: TheJournal.ie
Paul Hosford

Revenue says post-Brexit Border will need eight customs checkpoints: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Brexit talks – Border must be tackled before trade, Brussels tells London: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth and Fiach Kelly

Revenue Commissioner's Brexit report shows why Donegal needs to lobby for special status for Northern Ireland: Donegal Democrat

Brexit – Martin amazed work on Revenue report stopped: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon and Fiach Kelly

DUP deny deal to restore power-sharing at Stormont is imminent: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

DUP denies it is consulting members about shape of possible deal with SF: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Adams agrees with DUP on lack of agreement in talks: RTE

Peace process must be protected with no return of hard border – Taoiseach: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Stormont restoration talks reach do-or-die moment: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Deal a risk for Foster, but no deal a personal threat: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Archbishop of Burundi urges Stormont MLAs to do a deal: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Allister hails Orange Order on Language Act stance: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

FF votes against Sinn Féin coalition: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Micheal Martin hits out at Gerry Adams over '30 years of death and destruction': Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Martin has discipline problem of his own to sort out: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Time for FF to end its ambiguity over SF 'no': Irish Independent
Editorial

FF deals with Fine Gael, Sinn Féin firmly ruled out: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Alderdice – Newton should have stepped down as Speaker by now: Belfast Telegraph

Alliance councillor makes complaint to police about UDA meeting allegations: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

BBC claims DUP politician attended terror group meeting – watchdog urged to begin probe: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Dissident republicans blamed for Dungiven pipe bomb attack: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Sean McVeigh to stand trial for undercar bomb: Irish News

The Taoiseach who championed censorship (Oct 11): Spiked-Online.com
Donal Fallon

£40,000 funding granted to light up Bogside murals: Derry Now
Marianne Flood

Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, reiterates 'cast iron' commitment to A5 road project during Derry visit: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Border counties should unite to seek Brexit roads funding – Councillor O'Hanlon: Northern Standard

Alistair Carmichael is Lib Dems' new Northern Ireland spokesman: Irish News

Bruton to propose end to school 'baptism barrier' (Oct 12): The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Baptism records expose scale of forced cross-border adoptions (Oct 9): The Times

Friday, October 13

Brexit – UK and EU 'move heaven and earth' to protect NI: BBC
Stephen Walker

Progress made on post-Brexit Irish border – David Davis: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Arlene Foster rejects prospect of post-Brexit Irish Sea border and insists it is a 'red line' for DUP: Daily Telegraph
Jack Maidment

Brexit negotiations deadlock was inevitable, Gerry Adams says: The News Letter

Irish fears of hard Brexit rise as EU-UK talks hit 'disturbing' impasse: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy and Patrick Smyth

Who is Arlene Foster? Democratic Unionist Party leader and ex-First Minister of Northern Ireland: The Sun
Patrick Knox

Obstacles remain to deal, say Sinn Féin and Brokenshire: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Westminster prepares for emergency NI legislation debate: The News Letter

Stakeknife families express fears following Haggarty case: Irish News
Allison Morris

Humiliating defeat for Northern Ireland justice as Haggarty UVF supergrass case implodes: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Failure to deal with Troubles 'infecting policing': ITV

Absence of human rights adviser to Policing Board raised with Irish government: Irish News
Connla Young

Sinn Féin lodge formal complaint over Robin Newton Spotlight claims: Belfast Telegraph

DUP's Foster silent as Speaker Newton refuses to resign over Charter NI revelations: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Robin Newton – Police to investigate Assembly speaker: BBC

SIF Fund controversy – Why these slush funds for political patronage have no place in a democracy: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Unionists 'harassed' at council's St Patrick's Day discussion: The News Letter

Colour Lagan green for St Pat's, I've no problem if it's Orange for Twelfth, says Sinn Féin councillor: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

DUP hits out at name of Ceoil, Craic agus Carnival in Tyrone: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

'Lone-wolf dissident republican' to appeal conviction for terrorist plot to kill police: ITV

Our meeting with Boris Johnson was best we have had with a minister in the campaign for Libya-IRA victims: The News Letter
Reg Empey

Michelle O'Neill – John Taylor should retract McGurk's Bar comments: Irish News
Claire Simpson

PSNI to refer anti-DUP placard at Belfast Gay Pride to PPS – Met say no crime committed over similar London banner: Belfast Telegraph

Male chauvinism towards female staff in PSNI 'brushed under carpet,' court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Adams – Martin is terrified of challenge Sinn Féin poses: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced as keynote speaker for Chamber of Commerce President's Dinner: Derry Now

'Insufficient funding for Gaeltacht affairs': Irish Examiner
Conall Ó Fátharta

Spike in visitors to Northern Ireland from Republic as spend hits £40 million: Belfast Telegraph

Casement Park – Maze transport plans cannot go ahead without Stormont executive (Oct 10): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Drop in number of Catholics for the first time in half a century: Irish Independent
Paul Melia

Thursday, October 12

Irish PM Varadkar 'resists Brexit hard border defeatism': BBC
John Campbell

Brexit – No deal would be 'devastating' for Northern Ireland peace process, says former Irish PM: The Independent
Ashley Cowburn

'Brexit will create hard border in Ireland' – stark warning to MPs from academics: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

North staying in customs union 'key to avoiding hard Border': The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Cameras on Border would 'be legitimate targets and endanger peace process': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Taoiseach denies suppressing Brexit report in heated Dáil exchange: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Northern port is in the eye of Brexit border storm: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Powersharing talks in Northern Ireland at a 'sensitive point', Simon Coveney reveals: Irish Mirror
Siobhan Fenton and Deborah McAleese

Consequences of deal on Irish language could be 'dire' – Allister: The News Letter

If we are going to have both Ulster Scots and Irish acts we might as well publicly fund kerb painting: The News Letter
Owen Polley

SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood says DUP and Sinn Féin 'jointly responsible for the corruption of NI politics' following Spotlight revelations: The News Letter

DUP's Newton to stand down as Speaker – and rejects BBC claims he misled Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

DUP silent amid calls for Stormont speaker to resign: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Robin Newton must resign as speaker: Irish News
Editorial

DUP politician says he thought the terrorist meeting he attended was actually a flute band event: The Sun
Alain Tolhurst

'No apology' from DUP's Stalford for renting office from UDA-linked group: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Ex-UVF man Haggarty's murder evidence 'insufficient': BBC
Vincent Kearney

Loyalist paramilitary supergrass could walk free despite no charges arising from his co-operation, PSNI reveals: Daily Telegraph
Camilla Turner

Use of 'supergrass' evidence under the spotlight again: Irish News
Claire Simpson

UVF victims – 'Are we not entitled to truth?': The News Letter

Collapse of UVF supergrass inquiry proves system a waste of time and money: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Haggarty case an appalling failure of the justice system: Irish News
Allison Morris

A New Street Was Meant to Bridge Belfast's Sectarian Divide. Then the Doorbell Rang: New York Times
Patrick Kingsley

Peace walls are a daily reminder of our failure to consign division to history books where it belongs: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Residents call for removal of GAA flags from Belfast lampposts: The News Letter

Belfast's St Patrick's Day parade could be re-routed to stop concert cancellation: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Belfast councillor's clash over St Patrick's Day event: BBC

Belfast's Saint Patrick's Day Custom House Square gig to 'go ahead': Belfast Telegraph

SF 'irresponsible' to ignore concert safety concerns: The News Letter

Man accused of IRA membership denies buying glucose: The Irish Times

Teen charged with blackmail and making threats to kill after arrest by Paramilitary Crime Task Force: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

PSNI to refer anti-DUP placard at Belfast Pride to prosecutors: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'Progress on Libya–IRA victims compensation': The News Letter

Pressure at Fianna Fáil ardfheis to rule out any Sinn Féin deal: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

'Cross-border health provision must be included in Brexit negotiations' – Newry MLA: Newry Times

Doctor warns Irish women travelling to the UK for abortion could be blocked by Brexit: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Sinn Féin MP calls for urgent protection of all-Ireland electricity project amidst concerns Brexit could derail plans: Irish News
John Monaghan

Is federalism the answer to the Scottish constitutional question?: The Scotsman
Chris McCall

Wednesday, October 11

Lord Mayor of London calls for no physical Irish border: ITV

BBC Spotlight alleges Assembly misled by its Speaker: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Brexit may have scuppered cities' Culture Capital bid, EU chief hints: Irish News
Gary McDonald

Gerry Adams would rather praise fanatics than respect democrats (Oct 8): Irish Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

DUP's Gary Middleton – '25% of our workload is from nationalist community' (Oct 9): Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Belfast Pride – Woman questioned over anti-DUP sign: BBC
Tara Mills

Police find rocket launcher and replica handgun in Co Antrim: Belfast Telegraph

Man (19) arrested under The Terrorism Act in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Intelligence officer who ran agents in NI receives damages over privacy breach (Oct 6): The News Letter

McGurk's Bar bomb – Former minister John Taylor insists he can 'only stand over the facts as existed at time': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Family seeks papers on 1993 UFF murder: Belfast Media
Evan Short

O'Connell, Parnell and Hume shared non-violent philosophies, says Eastwood at Home Ruler's graveside (Oct 3): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

You don't have to be either British or Irish – you can be both: Belfast Telegraph
Brian M Walker

Proposal to cancel St Patrick's Day concert will be opposed, says Sinn Féin: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Belfast uni considers cross-border professorships to keep EU cash: Belfast Telegraph

SF wants Dublin to pledge an extra €10m for A5 and recommit £400m: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Why we must not forget our cultural and historical icons who left us an enduring legacy: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

UUP councillor who lives in Dublin resigns from his post: Irish News
Allison Morris

Sinn Féin proposes to extend NHS to Republic in a united Ireland: The News Letter
Sam McBride

For Belfast, 'America First' Amounts to 'Northern Ireland Last': New York Times
Patrick Kingsley

Hero McClean is targeted by trolls following bookies' tweet: Irish Independent
Evan Bartlett and Ian Begley

Clinton Morrison apologises after suggesting Ireland is part of Britain (Oct 9): Irish Mirror
Cathal Austin

British parliament must reassert its sovereignty and reverse Brexit: The Irish Times
Dennis Kennedy

Glasgow man called for cops to be executed in pro-IRA comments and pics on facebook: Scottish Sun
Ashlie McAnally

Catholicism 'set to become' most popular religion in Scotland (Sep 29): The Scotsman
Ross McCafferty

Northern Ireland Nobel peace prize winners push for resolution over Catalonia dispute: Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday, October 10

Brokenshire – Some progress, but no deal yet: ITV

Coveney and Brokenshire try to 'edge' DUP and Sinn Féin towards a deal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Power-sharing is now the cause of our problems, rather than a solution: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Political fallout – policing crisis: ITV
Brian Rowan

Brexit talks to discuss Northern Ireland and Irish border: BBC
John Campbell

Bruton calls for six-year extension to Brexit talks: RTE

Brexit entails new divisions and barriers: Irish News
Stephen Farry

Brexit – prepare for the worst: The Irish Times
Editorial

Revenue deserves pat on back for Brexit work: Irish Independent
Editorial

The once loyal followers who have fallen out with Sinn Féin (Oct 8): Irish Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Backbench TD contradicts Micheál Martin on Sinn Féin coalition: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Council meeting suspended after accusation of conflict of interest: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Residents hit out at GAA flags flown on Belfast lamp-posts: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Pair released in Catholic threats probe: The News Letter

Dublin man to be sentenced over IRA membership: RTE

Victims campaigner accuses police of not warning him he was a loyalist's target: Belfast Telegraph

Man accused of directing IRA 'discussed explosives': The Irish Times
Daniel Hickey

Widow of man murdered by UVF in 1992 to challenge High Court decision: Irish News

Lord Kilclooney in Twitter spat with daughter of UVF bombing victim: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

SDLP to focus on 'truth' as part of Civil Rights 50th anniversary: Derry Now
Gareth Cross

Sligo hid a Maze of IRA safe houses (Oct 8): The Sunday Times
John Burns

Call for fresh probe into Guildford Four prosecution: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Sean O'Rourke apologises for 'hunger strikers' reference: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry and Vivienne Clarke

North's Public Prosecution Service told to improve: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Cahill welcomes change to how Northern Ireland justice system deals with abuse victims: Belfast Telegraph

Pupils at Irish language schools to double over 15 years: Irish News
Simon Doyle

What many tourists to Belfast really want to know... a fair account of our history and, even more pressing, how to get a taxi: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

The Bombardier dispute could actually bring down May's government: The Spectator
Ross Clark

Northern Ireland man Doole allowed to marry Japanese fiancee after U-turn over Irish passport: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Liam Cosgrave, 97, an Irish Premier Who Helped End Violence: New York Times
Sam Roberts

Monday, October 9

Irish and British governments expect to hear if Sinn Féin-DUP deal is on: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

UUP warns DUP not fall into Sinn Féin 'trap' with language act: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Dermot Ahern – Irish Act 'agreed at St Andrews': BBC

Negotiator's regret over failure to 'cross every t and dot every i' over Irish language act: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Of course Irish is a threat to no-one. It's an act that is the threat: The News Letter
Editorial

Post-Brexit invisible border is impossible, says Irish report: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Brexit – No case for separate North deal in Government strategy: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

There will never again be a border in Ireland: The Irish Times
Denis Bradley

Vote? Young people in the North don't see the point: The Irish Times
Jamie Delargy

We're doomed, but the youth vote could save us: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Peter Osborne says sectarian threats are a 'failure' of politics: BBC

Cantrell Close – Two men arrested for membership of the UVF: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Reward offered for IRA killers of Paul Quinn 10 years after brutal attack: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Internal emails reveal events leading up to Sinn Féin councillor's decision to quit party: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

I was exposed to toxic atmosphere in Sinn Féin, says former councillor who joined FF: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Liam Cosgrave, the arms crisis and the secret whistleblower: The Sunday Times
Conor Brady

Cosgrave cast a constant cold eye on the IRA enemy (Oct 8): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Northern Ireland police cover up RUC report by 'racist' officer: The Irish Times
Phil Miller

A sanctuary for Dermot: Sligo Champion
Paul Deering

Northern Ireland man can't marry fiancee from Japan because he holds Irish passport: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

New PSNI officers 'must register on DNA database': ITV

Eamon Martin marks Martin Luther anniversary with unity call in Protestant cathedral: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Irish officials in Brussels demand voting rights in Irish elections: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Ireland's national anthem has been left 'exposed' to inappropriate use: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Linfield fans' anger over Rangers sectarian chants: Belfast Telegraph

SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon says she won't consider IndyRef2 until dust settles after Brexit: Scottish Daily Record
Graeme Thomson

Catalonia and Spain can learn so much from the Irish story: London Evening Standard
Roy Foster

When it comes to Catalonia, nationalists want partition and unionists want unity: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Spain and Catalonia can find a way forward. Here's what they must do: The Guardian
Gerry Adams

Sunday, October 8

Revenue report finds open customs border impossible after Brexit: RTE

SDLP should get on Fianna Fáil train before it's too late (Oct 6): Belfast Telegraph
Connal Parr

Another reason to re-establish executive (Oct 2): Irish News
Editorial

'I'd quit Sinn Féin if there was bullying in party', says Gerry Adams on Limerick visit: Limerick Leader
Nick Rabbitts

Sinn Féin councillor claims she was 'verbally attacked and harassed' during park discussion (Oct 4): Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Improvements in community relations is welcome news, but it's up to each of us to play our part in peace-building (Sep 30): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

SF afraid to face truth from victims: The News Letter
Raymond McCord

Brokenshire right to help victims' groups (Sep 26): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Liam Cosgrave Obituary – Devout Catholic, conservative and highly principled Taoiseach (Oct 4): Irish Independent
Clodagh Sheehy

Cosgrave, justice and the IRA threat: Sunday Independent
Editorial

Harsh financial reality is now setting in for Northern Ireland politicians (Oct 4): Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

Policing commission says Garda lacks capacity for required change (Sep 27): The Irish Times
Conor Lally

In remembrance of hurts past and memorials not yet built (Oct 1): Sunday Independent
Fergal Keane

Calls for €5.3m to be ring-fenced in the upcoming Budget for new language and Gaeltacht plan (Oct 5): Irish Independent
Fiona Dillon

Competition heats up as North plans to slash 'tourist tax' (Sep 26): Irish Independent
Luke Byrne

'Debating religious ideas isn't inciting to hatred': TheJournal.ie
Selina Campbell

Irish and Scottish pro-European nationalisms differ from insular English and Welsh versions, claims Eastwood, while commemorating Charles Stewart Parnell (Oct 6): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

New poll predicts Unionist parties will have majority at next Scottish Parliament: Scottish Daily Record
Laura Paterson

Saturday, October 7

Northern Ireland Secretary of State James Brokenshire calls on parties to see the bigger picture: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Conor McGinn seeks to protect peace accord in UK law: Irish News
John Manley

I want to restore power-sharing for all of NI – Foster: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

UUP leader urges political progress on Enniskillen trip: Fermanagh Herald
Lauren Harte

Time has come for SF to 'get realistic': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

There is little incentive to transform to power sharing: Irish News
John Manley

Determined and calm Theresa May must carry on as Prime Minister, says DUP leader Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Prime minister continues to have our support – DUP: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

'Dodgy sausage' to blame over 'north not British' spat, jokes Labour's Owen Smith: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Across Borders and communities, the state we're in is causing much hardship: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Stormont crisis 'creates problems' for police: BBC

Dealing with past draining resources – Hamilton: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Red Hand Commando should 'simply go away', says PSNI: BBC

Police must take action against UVF behind sectarian intimidation: Irish News
Editorial

Suspected counterfeit goods and fireworks seized by Paramilitary Crime Task Force in Shankill area: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

SDLP silence on IRA re-enactment: The News Letter

Cantrell Close – If the political vacuum isn't filled, paramilitaries are here to stay: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Edwards

Forcing Catholics and Protestants to live together never going to work, says Cantrell Close resident as UVF told to lift threats: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

'Cut the crap – you think anyone in the country believes you?' Nolan and Bryson clash over UVF threats: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Lawyers urge Guildford bombing probe: Irish Independent
Rory Tevlin

Guildford pub bombings – Fresh insight into Gerry Conlon's life sparks new calls for new investigation: GetSurrey.co.uk
Shona Duthie

Soldier injured in Guildford bomb backs probe call: Belfast Telegraph

Cahal Daly remembered for his role in peace-making: Irish News

Why we should use the anniversary of the Reformation to reinvigorate our faith (Oct 5): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Stormont advertises public body posts without ministers to approve them: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Political stalemate putting City of Derry Airport at risk – Eastwood (Oct 2): Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

The liberal commentariat are silent when unarmed men are shot by gardaí: Village
Frankie Gaffney

Nil by Mouth – Football officials 'lack backbone' to tackle hate (Oct 5): The Scotsman
Chris Marshall

Catalonia and Spain must learn from north's mistakes: Irish News
Editorial

Be wary of hitching the wagons of Scottish nationalism to the Catalan cause: The Herald
Kevin McKenna

Friday, October 6

SDLP leader calls for courage to break political deadlock: ITV

SF blocks call for investigation into all Troubles murders: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Powersharing deal needs compromise but is still doable, says N Ireland Secretary: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin's Michelle O'Neill – Time 'running out' for DUP deal: Irish News

Politicians in North urged to recapture spirit of civil rights movement: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Is mood music positive or are we being lulled into a false sense of security?: Irish News
John Manley

Tory conference showed the sort of politics NI badly needs: The News Letter
Annika Nestius-Brown

Memo to Michelle O'Neill – we're all 'west Brits' now: Belfast Telegraph
John Wilson Foster

For powersharing to work, the veto must go: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Alliance proposals on Irish will help stop the political abuse of the language: The News Letter
Linda Ervine

Sinn Féin has a lot to learn about respect (Oct 4): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Fears region's instability may thwart Brexit deal for North: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Border could be used as 'back door' by immigrants after Brexit, Ahern warns: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

UVF behind Cantrell Close threats which forced Catholic families out – Chief Constable George Hamilton: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

UVF 1912 commemorative flags removed from Cantrell Close in South Belfast: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

'Gesture of goodwill' – UVF flags removed in Belfast estate where Catholics forced to flee: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Sinn Féin man claims racist attacks and UVF flags 'send out same message of hate': The News Letter

Whether flags go or stay doesn't solve wider problem: Irish News
Allison Morris

Tory conference – Republican dissidents will not give up, warns Wallace: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Ex-PSNI inspector – 'PIRA re-enactments may traumatise victims': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Omagh councillors in heated clash over Troubles' victims: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Calls for new Guildford Four investigation: Irish News
Connla Young

Lawyers prepare final submissions to inquest over pregnant girl shot in 1972: Belfast Telegraph

Coroner calls for witnesses into killing of IRA man: The News Letter

Why I stood against social injustice: Irish News
Brid Rodgers

Johnny Depp says he would have 'taken a bullet' for Gerry Conlon: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'Liam Cosgrave was a divisive figure'- Gerry Adams tells Dáil as tributes pour in for former taoiseach: Irish Independent
John Downing and Cormac McQuinn

How Liam Cosgrave embodied the State (Oct 4): The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Farmers' groups in Dublin and Belfast reject NI-UK trade barriers: The News Letter

Ireland and Scotland allies in Brexit negotiations – Nicola Sturgeon: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

The View – DUP MLA in 'state violence' warning: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Thursday, October 5

EU special status vote splits Northern Ireland parties: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Government has 'fall-back' positions on Brexit, Taoiseach says: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Brexit – Border in the Irish Sea a red line for DUP, says Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

We need an Irish solution to the Brexit problem, says SDLP leader at the graveside of 'the great Parnell': Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Ireland an afterthought during Brexit campaign when I was Cameron adviser: The Irish Times
Matt O'Toole

Odds on Stormont deal lengthen after Sinn Féin and DUP leaders clash at Tory conference: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'Limited options' if Stormont talks fail – Theresa May: ITV

Allister's concern at Foster's 'talks progress' claim: The News Letter

Tory-DUP deal is 'not temporary' says Nigel Dodds: BBC
Mark Devenport

Hardline Michelle O'Neill insulted the intelligence of the Ulster Fry audience: The News Letter
David Burnside

'North not British' row – Out of the frying pan with loose talk: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

PSNI knew in advance of public re-enactments of PIRA attacks: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Why was 'celebration of IRA terror' allowed to go ahead? TUV's Allister asks police chief: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Loyalist community workers threatened in east Belfast: The News Letter

SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood calls for action on Tony Taylor case: Derry Now

Council resources for Irish disproportionate – DUP: The News Letter

Loyalist pensioners under dissident threat in South Belfast: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

British say leaked plan for all-Ireland agri-food trade after Brexit is a 'non-starter': Irish Independent
James Crisp and Peter Foster

DUP dismisses all-Ireland agri-food plan: BBC
John Campbell

Internal border between NI and GB not acceptable – DUP: The News Letter

Cross-border body mothballed due to Stormont crisis: Irish News
John Manley

Relative of de Valera to back victims' Dáil protest: Belfast Telegraph
Angela Rainey

Martin slaps down own justice spokesman to reject claims he'll do deal with Sinn Féin: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Kevin Doyle

Fianna Fáil will not going into government with Sinn Féin in 'any form' says Micheal Martin: Irish Mirror
Emma McMenamy

Labour leader says Fine Gael-Sinn Féin coalition 'is quite likely': Irish Independent
John Downing

SDLP begins year of civil rights commemorations: Irish News

Why IRA violence extinguished the hopes of the civil rights movement for a peaceful end to inequality: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

'A courageous voice against terrorism' – Taoiseach Leo Varadkar pays tribute to inspirational Liam Cosgrave: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Foras confirms funds for Cultúrlann until 2021 but Kevin Campbell says cross-border body needs greater support from governments: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Gerry Adams accuses Taoiseach of 'falling into Enda Kenny trap': Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Trade row risks peace process – Coveney: Irish Independent
John Mulgrew

Nicola Sturgeon – Ties between Scotland and Ireland 'more important than ever': Irish Independent
Katrine Bussey

Sinn Féin Catalan protest 'hijacks' Belfast Council meeting: The News Letter

Wednesday, October 4

Sinn Féin and DUP leaders clash at Tory conference: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

'The North is not British' – Hopes fade of deal as Foster and O'Neill clash over Northern Ireland's Britishness: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

'Tories cannot shoe-horn Sinn Féin into agreeing cobbled-together deal with DUP': The News Letter

Ian Paisley 'loses hope' after Sinn Féin leader's remarks at Conservative Conference event: Ballymena Times
Graeme Cousins

O'Neill Britishness remark 'shows how hard it is to deal with SF': The News Letter

Unless SF is bluffing in its intransigence, it must be isolated: The News Letter
Editorial

100 days since DUP/Tory deal promised £1 billion for north: Irish News
John Manley

Greens 'waking up to reality' over SF's stance on Irish act: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Our support for Irish language should not be confused with support for divisive SF tactics: The News Letter
Steven Agnew

European Parliament votes for special status for Northern Ireland: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

DUP trying to face both directions at once on Brexit (Jun 13): The Irish Times

It appears we're less sectarian, less hate-filled, but push us into a corner and we can still snarl: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Brexit negotiator Verhofstadt's shock at Belfast peace walls – Northern Ireland's 'frozen conflict': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Belfast's housing policy still reflects religious and economic division: The Guardian
David Capener

Northern Ireland terror threat is still present, minister warns: London Evening Standard
Kate Proctor

DUP brands IRA re-enactment with fake guns a 'glorification of violence': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Never-ending flirtation with trappings of terrorism is keeping a dark spirit alive: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Paramilitary-style shooting victim left with 'potentially life changing injuries': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

PSNI appeal for witnesses after "brutal and despicable" shooting in Ardoyne: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

East Belfast loyalists receive threats as tensions rise: Irish News
Allison Morris

Nine men to stand trial over secretly recorded meetings where dissident republican terror attacks were allegedly planned: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Bail denied to man accused of targeting former police officer: The News Letter

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir unaware of council's Irish language phone service during time as Belfast mayor: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Noel Thompson on reporting on the trauma of the Troubles (Jan 7): Irish News
Joanne Sweeney

10th anniversary of MI5 at Palace Barracks: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Will marriage equality come to Northern Ireland?: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Maria McCourt

The Taoiseach needs to take control of this image problem (Oct 1): Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Watch UFC star Conor McGregor get soaked by flying drink for singing Celtic chant: Scottish Daily Record
Thomas Bristow

Council urged to recognise the outcome of Catalan Independence Referendum and condemn brutality of Spanish police: Derry Now

It is hard now to see an easy way forward for Catalonia: The News Letter
Editorial

Tuesday, October 3

Jonathan Powell – Irish language protection agreed in 2006: Irish News
David Young

'Progress' on Irish border in Brexit talks – Davis: ITV

Hard border 'would fuel republican violence': The Times
Patrick Maguire

Brexit: Borders are used to keep things apart – I think we've had our fill of that: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Arlene Foster wouldn't be comfortable with idea of getting into bed with me, says gay Tory leader Davidson over DUP deal: Belfast Telegraph

Paramilitaries are not the reason why a shared society is still so far away: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Concerns raised about Policing Board human rights adviser post: Irish News
Connla Young

Man shot in both legs in paramilitary style attack in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Cantrell Close joint statement from parties calls for threat on Catholics to be lifted: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

UVF intimidation of Catholics disgusting and unionists' response almost as bad: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Family move furniture from home after threats: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Paramilitary groups must be consigned to history (Sep 30): Irish News
Editorial

Four men and a woman charged over illegal parades: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Derelict homes at west Belfast interface being redeveloped: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

My friend, the IRA informant: New Statesman
Gary Kent

'It is so important to remember these young victims': Belfast Telegraph

Kathleen Thompson shooting – Coroner appeals for information: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Bombardier jobs fight 'could be boosted by Executive return,' says Brokenshire: Belfast Telegraph

SF mayor hits out at former members: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

'Comments on children were not an attack on Taoiseach,' says McDonald: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

British "horrified" by brutal Irish Famine episode of "Victoria" drama: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

'The best Chinese is in the North. If they have to stop at the Border it'll take ages': The Irish Times
Aidan Dunne

Presbyterians reject appeal to send delegates to Scotland over same-sex marriage row: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Gaelscoileanna are not just a 'middle-class' option (Jun 11): The Irish Times
Caoimhín Ó hEaghra

Gaelic learning to be expanded in Edinburgh: The Herald

Cops release CCTV images of four men wanted over alleged sectarian chanting: Scottish Daily Record
Paul Ward

Sinn Féin councillor scales City Hall with Catalonia flag at Dublin protest: Irish Independent
Catherine Devine

Spain 'could learn from UK' on handling of Catalonia crisis: The News Letter

Sinn Féin wants a united Ireland, yet the party is backing a disunited Spain: Irish Independent
John Downing

Make no mistake – this Catalonia crisis could have implications for Ulster: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Monday, October 2

Brokenshire insists Northern Ireland will not have EU special status: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

James Brokenshire pleads for 'resolve' in search for Stormont agreement: Irish Independent
Jon Vale

Sinn Féin using Irish Act to bring Northern Ireland to its knees, claims Agnew: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Question marks over Sinn Féin adoption of act na Gaeilge red line: Irish News
John Manley

Republican rally at Stormont child exploitation, says Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Can the north learn from the Welsh and Scots experience of language legislation?: Irish News
John Manley

Throwing some light on to the long-standing republican connections of Gaelic League (Sep 28): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Defenders of democracy must now unite against extremes of Sinn Féin: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Queen 'furious at being misled by Theresa May over DUP deal': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Baynes

Row over Danny Boy origins confirms there is something in the Air: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Sinn Féin dissenters tell of bullying as new group meets: Irish Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Martin's work must not be forgotten in Leo battle with SF: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Day of emotion as families unveil quilt tribute to Northern Ireland Troubles victims: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Our politicians have a duty to help ease suffering of victims: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Gerry Carroll MLA, on activism, family loss and the joy of topping the poll: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Mary Lou criticised for 'petty and small-minded' comments about childless Varadkar: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Rape victim slams Adams for accusing Irish police of leaking list of IRA abusers: Belfast Telegraph

Boeing unjustified in Bombardier row says James Brokenshire: BBC
Stephen Walker

Bombardier row is risk to peace in Northern Ireland, claims Coveney: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Co Derry woman's 'absolute disbelief' her US-born husband at the centre of passport dispute can return home for family funeral: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Doc set to give unsung Irish heroes their due: Boston Herald
Ray Flynn

Northern Irish documentary 'No Stone Unturned' screened at New York Film Festival: RTE

Wallace's pursuit of Project Eagle loan book hits a nerve in Nama: Irish Independent
Ronald Quinlan

Senior cardinal says no decision made on Pope's north visit: Irish News
Connla Young

Mary McAleese installed as lay canon at Christ Church Cathedral: The Irish Times
Fiona Gartland

Time to discuss a second EU referendum: Sunday Herald
Editorial

Catalan referendum – It reminds me of Belfast Troubles protests, says Northern Ireland photographer: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Derry nationalists united with Catalonia and in condemnation of attempted suppression of independence poll: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

SF and SDLP condemn Catalonia 'brutality': The News Letter

Show of support for Catalonia vote on Derry walls angers DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Sunday, October 1

The Tory-DUP deal is responsible for the continued denial of basic rights in the North of Ireland: Independent on Sunday
Michelle Gildernew

Green leader 'embarrassed' to be MLA due to Stormont crisis: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Sinn Féin has climbed the ladder of chaos and now it has nowhere to go: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

Irish only eighth most popular language on council's translate service: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Why Stormont, like Ryanair, is grounded because there is no one at the controls ... and we don't even get a proper apology (Sep 20): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

The bell has tolled for common sense in politics (Aug 28): Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Do we have to wait until there is a crisis before we reach out across the divide?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Disgust at sectarian intimidation in shared housing development (Sep 29): Irish News
Editorial

Aughey sentencing a reminder of a now settled parading dispute: Irish News
Allison Morris

High Court protest for inquest funding in killings linked to Troubles including Loughgall: Mid Ulster Mail

Pragmatic approach to bonfires is needed (Aug 28): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

No DUP apology for Ulster Resistance, despite gun-running leading to murders (Jun 13): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Victim's niece furious after 'on-the-run' IRA murder suspect named as new Donegal mayor (Jun 9): Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

'We folded into each other's arms and cried after William died': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

'The 29th anniversary of John's murder is just a few weeks away and I'm still waiting for the truth': Belfast Telegraph
George Larmour

Gerry Adams claims list of alleged abusers he gave to Garda leaked: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

€1.8 million in Peace funding for Leitrim: Leitrim Observer

Another link in the chain of a possible orbital motorway round Ireland: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Seamus Kelters – Respected reporter who helped to expose true toll of Troubles: Belfast Telegraph

Chop-and-change ministeries – Taoiseach could learn from Adams (Sep 6): Irish Examiner
Editorial

PeacePlayers are inspiring young people across Northern Ireland (Sep 19): Belfast Live

TD's claim that priest wrote Constitution is 'madness': Irish Catholic
Greg Daly

Archbishop urges Catholic schools to link with other patrons (Sep 26): Irish Independent
Claire Murphy

We are merely pawns in the EU and Britain's increasingly bitter divorce: The Sunday Times
Cormac Lucey

Radical Corbyn could kill independence dream: The Herald
Kevin McKenna

Rare chance for Davidson to rebalance the Union: The Scotsman
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