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Monday, October 31

'On the run' plan welcomed by MP: BBC

LVF stands down as bloody loyalist feud ends: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Hare

Police make fresh riots appeal: BBC

Adair walks free despite beating Gina: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 29)

Loyalist women to bring city to a standstill: Sunday Life (Oct 30)
Stephen Breen

Academics and unionists push 'disadvantage' claims further: (from the Irish News, Oct 24)
Marie Louise McCrory

Wall of silence: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Intimidation of family a disgrace: (from the Irish News, Oct 22)
Editorial

Cops offer £10,000 in double-murder hunt: Sunday Life (Oct 30)
Stephen Breen

Shadowy group linked to collusion and murder: The Times (Sep 13)
Sean O'Neill

Licence to kill: Sunday Life (Oct 30)
Stephen Gordon

Monica's shopping list will stay firmly on shelf: (from the Irish News, Oct 27)
Newton Emerson

Angry fans are refused Maze stadium facts: The Observer (Oct 30)
Henry McDonald

SF review plans 50% tax rate for top earners: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Ahern talked to army about 1916 parade: The Sunday Times, October 23, 2005
Siobhan Maguire

Sunday, October 30

Adams – The war is over: Belfast Telegraph
Andrea Clements and Lisa Smyth

The DUP should emulate Sinn Fein and play a smarter game: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

So who needs devolution when you can appoint commissioners?: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Is it because I is an utter blackguard?: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Gerry Adams, the Rebecca Loos of world statesmen?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Amnesty For On-the-run Terrorists A Catastrophe: The News Letter
Editorial

The past is not done with us: (from the Irish News, Oct 28)
Editorial

McCabe suspects excluded from Irish amnesty: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Thousands join in unionist rally: BBC

What are you hiding?: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Bank Heist Could Have Been Halted: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

LVF on track to give up its arms: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

'Optimism over end of loyalist feud': BBC
Martina Purdy

Greysteel murderer jailed for slashing: Belfast Telegraph

'We've received death threats, but they were never going to stop me': Sunday Life (Oct 23)
Stephen Breen

Backing in search for Lisa's body: Belfast Telegraph
Debra Douglas

'Life's troubles' leads to unified empathy: (from the Irish News, Oct 24)
Tom Kelly

New role for Ombudsman's investigator: UTV Internet (Oct 28)

Cooper to quit as UUP chairman: Impartial Reporter

'Political terrorists' to hold conference: (from the Irish News, Oct 26)
Sharon O'Neill

Non-sectarian strippers decommission their old kit: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Herrema kidnapping threatened economy: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Peerages for cronies row grows as Paisley nominates his wife: Independent on Sunday
Marie Woolf

More 'butcher' than 'grocer': Irish Democrat (Jul 28)
David Granville

Saturday, October 29

Paisley speaks out on fugitives: UTV Internet

Paisley Challenged To Reveal 'which Wing Of DUP He's On': The News Letter

Weapons also an issue for DUP – Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Assembly members set to meet: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Focus On The Issues People Really Care About – Sir Reg: The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

Prepare for more DUP knee-jerking: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Coalition clashes over Dáil plan for North MPs: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien and Cormac O'Keeffe

Ahern Labelled 'Accomplice' In SF Subversion: The News Letter
Richard Sherriff

Thousands set to attend Belfast loyalist rally: RTE

Loyalists in talks on weapons as vicious feud fades: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Feud may be near end says Ervine: BBC

Surveillance Requests On LVF 'close To 200': The News Letter

Loyalist feud 'affects education': BBC

Loyalist is refused bail over murder bid charge: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Adair gets community order: The Guardian
Helen Carter

PSNI tactics during riots are defended: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Wall Of Silence On UVF Killings: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Collusion report for '06: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Real IRA boss set to appeal conviction: Irish Independent

Stabbing motive angers SF: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Ahoghill men charged over intimidation: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Fire-raisers 'trying to provoke Protestant backlash': UTV Internet

Former prisoners' anger after support group raids: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Treasury tap gushes in the name of 'diversity': (from the Irish News, Mar 10)
Newton Emerson

Waterspout taps into an old spring of republicanism: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Bertie can stick his military two-step: Daily Ireland
Gearóid O Cairealláin

Ireland should forget its violent past, not romanticise it: The Guardian
Martin Kettle

Victims' fund boost welcomed: Daily Ireland
Zoe Tunney

Ulster-Scots Resist Irish Signs Option: The News Letter
Elinor Glynn

It's time to trim the fat off our bloated bureaucracy: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Friday, October 28

DUP And Tories In Call For Gunmen To Wind Up Totally: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Hain – On-the-runs could be allowed back: Daily Ireland

Horrific Price Of 'Peace': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Don't give On the Runs a get-home free-card: Belfast Telegraph
Eileen Bell

Unionists are far from convinced: (from Irelandclick.com)
Michael McGimpsey

Wiping the slate clean of the past: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 26)
Brian Walker

There Must Be No Future For Terrorist Groupings: The News Letter
Editorial

Welcome meetings: Daily Ireland (scroll down)
Editorial

PDs accused of doing u-turn on Colombia Three: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Northern bank – no arrests after 10 months: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Sinn Fein MPs claim 500k: UTV Internet

Adams has two dates to keep: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Parades agreement could be close: BBC

Taoiseach helps PUP out of the political doghouse: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Bishop – Loyalists Must Dump Arms: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

De Chastelain in talks with UDA: RTE

Murder charge loyalist set for prison release: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Ahern calls for MPs to join talks in Dail: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Ahern plan to give North MPs Dáil rights rejected: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock

Unionist demands talks with Ahern over committee invite: UTV Internet

Labour seeks inquiry into police collusion in murder: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Irish govt rule out McCord inquiry: UTV Internet

Former detective says Special Branch protected UVF informer: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Special Branch officers linked to UVF murders: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

DUP table Reid comments motion: UTV Internet

DUP condemn Reid: (from Irelandclick.com)
Damian McCarney

Unionists in denial about decades of injustice: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Kasrils briefed on arms imports for Ulster Resistance: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Farmers' fury at DUP claims: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Drake

Is he dead yet?: (from Irelandclick.com)
Robin Livingstone

The real test facing grammar schools: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 24)
Brian Walker

Thursday, October 27

Unionist fury as Ulster amnesty law scuppers murder inquiries: The Times
David Sharrock

Restore power-sharing – Ervine: UTV Internet

Hain challenges politicians unhappy with hike: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Mothballed Stormont costs taxpayer £100m in three years: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Hain rules out paramilitaries in police: UTV Internet

'Policing has to be right': Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Reps. back Adams right to fundraise: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Sir Reg needs to shape up to take the leading role: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Loyalist working class lost cause for UUP: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Loyalist terror group ready to disband by end of year: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin

Politics of the Peace Process: Irish Democrat (Oct 8)
Owen Bennett

Group denies threat to dig up Catholic graves: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Boy, 13, 'targeted Catholic school': UTV Internet

Stabbing may have been sectarian: BBC

Finucane family locked in wrangle: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Murder Victim 'saw The Site Of His Grave': The News Letter

Blair to meet Omagh relatives: UTV Internet

Dublin to consider court action over 1974 bombings: UTV Internet

Herbert Roy – First victim at birth of the Troubles: The Scotsman (Jul 29)
Stephen McGinty

Irish hits the streets in big Ian's backyard: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Encouraging to see Fianna Fáil rediscover some republican roots: Daily Ireland
Mary Lou McDonald

Cowen pushes for greater cross-Border economic co-operation: Irish Examiner
Brian O'Mahony

Wednesday, October 26

'I Do See A Way Through The Parade Impasse': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Troubles killings caseload doubles: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

New victims' commissioner gets cool reception from SF and SDLP: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Group complains it was not consulted: (from the Irish News)
Margaret Canning

What defines a victim in NI?: BBC
Mark Devenport

The Rights Of Victims Must Come Before The Terrorists: The News Letter
Editorial

It seems civil wars are only ever over on paper: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Cops in new search for Lisa's body: Sunday Life (Oct 23)
Stephen Breen

Turning a blind eye to anti-Catholic violence: The Village (Oct 13)
Eoin Ó Murchú

Evangelicals condemn Northern Ireland violence: Catholic World News (Sep 19)

Scars Of Sectarianism, Segregation: Derry Journal
Editorial

A Long Way Down: The Blanket (Oct 17)
Anthony McIntyre

Dissidents 'Responsible For Fire-Bomb Campaign': Derry Journal

Army post demolition continuing: BBC

£10k in fines for 17 on Newry council: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Councillors expected to challenge possible ban: UTV Internet

DUP In The Driving Seat As Parties Boycott By-Election: The News Letter (Oct 20)
Elinor Glynn

Action plan to combat major debt: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 24)
Noel McAdam

Ahern – Onus on British over Omagh: Daily Ireland
Zoë Tunney

City Council To Hear Renewed Calls For Fullerton Inquiry: Derry Journal

Ex-prisoners say they can fulfil peace role: Belfast Telegraph
Marie Foy

Report explores the psychological impact of republican prison protests: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Parties In Row Over Farmers' Brussels Visit: The News Letter
Richard Sherriff

United in struggle: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Tuesday, October 25

'I won't run UUP like a Politburo': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UUP Is A Party Without Purpose Says Robinson . .: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Lords seat claim denied: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Unionist communities need more positive leadership: UTV Internet (Oct 20)

Two cheers for Empey: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Empey Offers To Help Terrorists Move To Peace: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Leading loyalist on murder charge: BBC

Row over victims' chief: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Voice Of Experience Is Vital – Hain: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Commissioner promises 'fairness': BBC

Appointment Welcome Step For Those Who Have Suffered: The News Letter
Editorial

Watchtower demolition is halted: BBC

Unorthodox ex-cop closes net on paramilitary cash: (from the Sunday Tribune, Oct 23)
Suzanne Breen

New guidelines for CRJ: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

SDLP calls for action against sectarianism: (from the Irish News)

Priest slams graffiti attack on Orange hall: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

No Omagh inquiry while case ongoing: Irish Examiner
Senan Hogan

You never know who you're related to: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Herrema's kidnapper explains motive: (from the Sunday Journal, Oct 23)
Eamonn McCann

Sinn Féin's mantle as the 'true republican party' under threat: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Interpretation of republican heritage runs like fault line in Southern politics: Daily Ireland
Damien Kiberd

Chameleon Bertie has no place among heroes of 1916: Irish Independent
Darragh McManus

Parade welcome: Daily Ireland
Editorial

1916 March a gimmick: The Sunday Times (Oct23)
Editorial

Repeal Anti-Catholic Section of Act of Settlement 1701: The Blanket
Sean Mc Manus

The development of the Irish language: (from Irelandclick.com)
Ciarán Ó Pronntaigh

Killer Stone praises 7/7 bombers as 'noble men': Sunday Life (Oct 23)
Stephen Breen

Lessons of South Africa's peace process: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Monday, October 24

Empey planning comeback for UUP: BBC
Mark Devenport

DUP demands challenged: (from the Irish News, Oct 22)
William Graham

Ssshh... It's safe: Sunday Life (Oct 23)
Linda Gilby

Paisley Lording It Over Trimble: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Brendan Anderson

Unexpected threat in unionist political jungle: (from the Irish News, Oct 22)
James Kelly

The Provo question: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 22)
Lindy McDowell

Bigger gongs at home for DUP: (from the Irish News, Oct 22)
Editorial

The emotional yet clear-thinking Germans provide lessons for the reunification of Ireland: Daily Ireland (Oct 20)
Jude Collins

Ahern rules out Sinn Féin coalition: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Ahern restores 1916 parade to foil Sinn Fein: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

SF are an afterthought, not a viable political alternative: Sunday Independent (Oct 23)
John Drennan

Ahern to be told of loyalists concerns: Sunday Life (Oct 23)
Alan Murray

A Party of Their Own: The Blanket (Oct 21)
Mick Hall

Efforts to isolate CRJ cynical: Daily Ireland (Oct 21)
Editorial

McCartneys very proud to come from Short Strand: (from the Sunday Tribune, Oct 23)
Suzanne Breen

Why this anger?: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 22)
Alf McCreary

Dialogue central to marching problems: Irish Democrat (Aug 22)
David Kennedy

Lucky to be alive after mob attack: Sunday Life (Oct 23)
Stephen Breen

Republicans 'were behind firebomb campaign': UTV Internet (Oct 21)

Omagh relatives to meet Minister: RTE

RUC widow new victims' champion: The Sunday Times (Oct 23)
Liam Clarke

Mayor Gets Summons For Illegal March: Derry Journal (Oct 21)

Limavady signs up for peace: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 19)
Claire Regan

Narnia author wipes the paramilitaries off the wall: The Observer (Oct 23)
Henry McDonald

Ulster's £1.4bn fuel bill revealed: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 21)
Jonathan McCambridge

Protestant schools are bursting at the seams: Sunday Business Post (Oct 23)
David McWilliams

Irish language group demands Gaeltacht quarter: Daily Ireland (Oct 20)

Sunday, October 23

Empey warns of threat to unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Mammoth task' ahead for Sir Reg as he rebuilds shaken UUP: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Empey's big ask: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

UUP is put under the microscope: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

UUP Must Harness Its Resources For A Revival: The News Letter
Editorial

Empey calls for loyalist groups to lay down guns: Scotland on Sunday
Nicholas Christian

'Call it a day', loyalists urged: BBC

Speculation mounts over possible UVF disbandment: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Shoukri allowed to return to Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Empey says IRA 'a failed force': The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke and Jason Johnston

The IRA's intelligence-gathering branch hasn't gone away, you know: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Sinn Fein need to practise in Stormont before foray into Dail: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

SF's southern strategy is a war by other means: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Hain under fire from Allister: UTV Internet (Oct 21)

Has Dr Hain really cured the pain?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

'It's a great job, they're great people, it is a great place': Sunday Independent
Aengus Fanning

Bogota blames IRA for rockets: The Sunday Times
Enda Leahy

McDowell – 'We will hunt IRA assets': UTV Internet (Oct 21)

Finucane probe delayed by lack of inquiry judge: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ex-RUC man to name police informants: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Flags still an issue, claims councillor: Belfast Telegraph

De Rossa to help Garland fight 'unjust' extradition: Sunday Independent
Conor Sweeney

PSNI man studies peace in South Africa: Belfast Telegraph

Army dismantling city watchtower: BBC

Let battalions go, says Gulf War hero: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Storm over restorative justice scheme escalates: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin and Dan McGinn

£300k cost to move McCartneys to safety: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Omagh families take inquiry call to Irish Minister: UTV Internet (Oct 21)

Loyalist denies link to murder: (from the Irish News)

Old firm flap over banner: Belfast Telegraph
Robert Watt

Saturday, October 22

On-The-Runs Will Never Face Justice – DUP MLA: The News Letter

Make process a success: (from Irelandclick.com)
Gerry Kelly

Why peace may yet be derailed: Irish Independent

More Questions Over Sinn Fein Allowances: The News Letter

Rich and poor: (from Irelandclick.com)

'PSNI Tried To Recruit Me' – Claims 'Terrified' Derry Man: Derry Journal

CRJ policing role claim: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Loyalists 'avoiding prison in gun cases': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Removing the practical differences which have defined partition north and south: Daily Ireland
Gearóid O Cairealláin

A Father's Story: Derry Journal
Eamon Baker

Republicans must win Protestant support: Irish Democrat (Aug 21)
Felim O'Hamill

Priests reject FAIR statement on monastery: Daily Ireland
Ciaran O'Neill

Shall I compare thee to a Nazi regime?: The First Post
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Irish nationalists should be slow to use Nazi analogy: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Unionist state brought about the troubles: (from Irelandclick.com)

Paisley to join the Right Honourables: The Times
Richard Ford

A towering pillar of peace: The Herald (Oct 20)
Alison Rowat

Judicial review second court case over Holy Cross blockade: (from Irelandclick.com)
Evan Short

O'Loan appeal: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 19)
Jonathan McCambridge

McCartneys prepare to leave east Belfast: RTE

Report Says Protestants Not Missing Out: Derry Journal

McCreery denies murder links: UTV Internet (Oct 20)

'Ould enemy' our new best friend: Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley

Taoiseach reinstates 1916 Easter Parade past the GPO: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock

Ó Cuív stands firm on An Daingean: Irish Examiner
Donal Hickey

Parliament convenes for Adams: Daily Ireland

Migrants add flair to Irish economy: Financial Times (Oct 20)
John Murray Brown

Football bigots face world match ban: The Herald (Oct 20)
Lucy Adams

Friday, October 21

'Confidence lacking' in IRA move: BBC

DUP warning over power sharing: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Plans To Restore SF Allowances Anger Unionists: The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

Editorials

Adams in equality pledge to unionists: UTV Internet

Can Adams Fundraise?: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com

'We'll Bring Ulster To A Total Standstill': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Rodgers' regret at police 'scum' remark: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

'UUP scaremongering over policing board pull-out threats': UTV Internet

Fears of 'two-tier' policing: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Policing row – Board demands meeting with Hain: UTV Internet

Restorative justice – we are not vigilantes: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Auld

Former SF Leader Wants Name Cleared: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Mairead Carey

Monastery speaks out in defence of Fr Reid: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Media's war against republicans far from over: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Comparing like with like is just not fair: (from Irelandclick.com)
Des Wilson

Beaten McCartney friend says he is under threat: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

Police silent on McCartney pal's IRA threat claim: (from the Irish News)

Informer Refused To Flee, Despite Threats: The News Letter

The Human Rights Act is for everyone: Belfast Telegraph
Monica McWilliams

Mbeki says unionists need not fear change: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Councillors guilty of misconduct: BBC (Oct 19)

Unionists To Appeal Misconduct Charge: The News Letter
Johnny Caldwell

Unionist-dominated councils to face Equality Commission probes: Daily Ireland
Ciaran O'Neill

Garland Still Under Investigation: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Sean O'Driscoll

Cyber-home for UK-Irish relations: BBC

Thursday, October 20

Government lifts financial sanctions on Sinn Féin: The Guardian
Angelique Chrisafis

£120,000 for Sinn Fein to speed return of Assembly: The Times
David Sharrock

Official moves to bring SF in from cold: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Anger after Hain restores SF assembly allowances: UTV Internet

Provos warned they must let exiles go home: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Gene McKenna

IRA attacked man after pledge – IMC: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Hardline terrorists tried to coax guns from PIRA – report: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Urgent action needed to fight fuel smuggling: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Loyalist threat 'remains strong': Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

UDA is urged to quit harassment: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

PUP Still Gets £27,000 Grant Despite IMC: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Catholics 'aren't safe in own homes': (from the Irish News)
Marie Louise McCrory

Do the decent thing, Mr Hain, and put an end to this toadying to terrorism: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

IMC report – Peace needs loyalists to end violence: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Durkan – Warlords should not become law lords: Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Hain quashes talk of IRA policing role: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Orde Should Resign Says Campaigner For Reserves: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Policing Board 'is heading for crisis': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

An open letter to unionist/loyalist and Protestant leaders from Fermanagh priest Joe McVeigh: Daily Ireland
Joe McVeigh

UUP May Be Stirred – If Not Shaken – By Collins: The News Letter

Prospect of 30,000 at Love Ulster city demo: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Adair quizzed over assassination: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

Loyalist feud 'could erupt again': UTV Internet

Northern Ireland 'can learn from South Africa': Mail & Guardian (South Africa)

South Africa hails Adams: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Taoiseach's backing for McGurk relatives: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

There is a Nazi analogy to be made: Daily Ireland
Danny Morrison

DUP – Ulster Scots Starved Of Funding: The News Letter

Drama of history – final curtain set to fall on the Bloody Sunday saga: Irish Examiner
Noel Whelan

Wednesday, October 19

Report due on NI paramilitaries: BBC

McCrea – SDLP Can't Have Things All Their Own Way: The News Letter

Ceasefire body to focus on IRA status: BBC
Brian Rowan

Reaching out hand of friendship: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Hain makes police pledge over restorative justice: UTV Internet

'I want to meet the man who attacked me': Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Time To End Your Campaign For Good: Derry Journal

DUP 'refuses to support' CCTV appeal: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Two to face charges over trouble: BBC

SDLP in parades body warning: (from the Irish News, Oct 13)
William Graham

Order need leadership from the UUP: (from the Irish News, Oct 17)
Roy Garland

PUP funds continue despite report: BBC

'Delivery team' to aid loyalist communities: UTV Internet

Tour bus owner thanks Shankill: Daily Ireland
Áine McEntee

'Love ulster' rally is given a green light: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Anger At Sinn Fein 'Hypocrisy' Over Nazi Probe: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Remember Jesus' fit of temper: Daily Ireland
Tommy McKearney

Ian knows a thing or two about fascism: Daily Ireland
Anne Cadwallader

Fans 'Terrorised My Little Girl On Ferry': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Tricolour Sparks Fury Among Glen Residents: Derry Journal

Mbeki to meet controversial Sinn Fein leader: SABC

Gerry Adams encounters the ancestors in SA: Cape Times
Sholain Govender

Not Much Ado About Not Much Of A Happening: The News Letter (Sep 29)
Rhonda Weir

'I Can Win Dail Seat' – MacLochlainn: Derry Journal

Herrema recalls 1975 kidnap drama: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Howard 'may have been police informer': Irish Examiner
Deric Henderson

Tuesday, October 18

SDLP will urge Blair on Agreement: BBC

'Embrace Positive Unionism': The News Letter
Richard Sherriff

MP – Ahern Has Jeopardised Impartiality: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

As mass attendances drop, support for Sinn Fein grows: Belfast Telegraph
Pól O Muirí

We Need To See People In Court Over Heist – MP: The News Letter
Gemma Murray And Elinor Glynn

Police accused of Catholic priest 'witch hunt': UTV Internet

Comparing Nazi Germany to North is bizarre: Daily Ireland
Damien Kiberd

'Fr Reid more bitter than the Provos': (from the Sunday Tribune, Oct 16)
Suzanne Breen

Reid's sectarian slur: (from the Sunday Journal, Oct 16)
Eamonn McCann

Some of my best friends are nationalists: Daily Ireland
Jude Collins

To equate north with Nazism is nonsense: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Biting tongues: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Loyalist 'need time' after IRA peace process moves: UTV Internet

SDLP slates PUP for keeping UVF link: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

PUP fail to split with UVF thugs: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Ex-cop tells Adair – 'UDA's stalking you': Sunday Life (Oct 16)
Stephen Gordon

Bradley to talk about bar attack: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

Armed thugs will stop at nothing: (from Irelandclick.com)
Editorial

Scales of justice can not be tilted: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ulster judicial reform is 'too slow': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Sectarianism risks to soccer league's future: (from the Irish News)
Nevin Farrell

GAA exemption: (from Irelandclick.com)

Man is injured in shooting attack: BBC

Adams in South Africa: UTV Internet

Dlamini Zuma to host Gerry Adams: Sunday Times (South Africa)

Monday, October 17

2006 report to prove inactivity: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

Give loyalists the space to move, appeal by Ahern: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

DUP shifts focus, stalling hopes for a power-sharing government: (from the Irish News, Oct 15)
William Graham

Ahern moves to reassure unionists: BBC

Future's looking bleak without IRA bogeymen: (from the Irish News, Oct 15)
James Kelly

DUP anger as RIR base faces the axe: Sunday Life (Oct 16)

Money 'linked to Northern raid': BBC

Media leak forced ARA's hand: Sunday Life (Oct 16)
Alan Murray

'Slab shafted by IRA': Sunday Life (Oct 16)

Fr Reid is a great man, says Ahern: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Farrell

DUP rules out meeting with Nazi-gaffe priest Reid: Sunday Life (Oct 16)

Priest faces incitement to hatred probe: Irish Examiner
Ian Graham

Pictures of riot suspects issued: BBC

SDLP criticism for PUP decision: UTV Internet

Hooked on 'bloodthirsty thuggery': Belfast Telegraph (Oct 15)
Jonathan McCambridge

Fury at leak leads to truce setback: Sunday Life (Oct 16)

Homes are evacuated during alert: BBC

RIRA 'war' must end says senior dissident: (from the Irish News, Oct 14)
Barry McCaffrey

Canavan for SF rumours well 'wide of the post': Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Whatever Happened to... 'er, You Know... Whatshisname?: The Blanket (Oct 2)
Tom Luby

Let's kick United Ireland soccer team into touch: Irish Independent

Church of Ireland in fine fettle: Daily Ireland (Oct 7)
Keith Lynch

Belfast to bloom with new artwork: BBC (Oct 11)

Sunday, October 16

Murphy's brother owns €1m property: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

When the DUP boat comes in: Daily Ireland
Editorial

Assembly's days look numbered: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Fears over IRA joining new 'police' ranks: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Kangaroo court jibe sparks fury: Daily Ireland
Jarlath Kearney

Priest in 'Nazi' row briefed on IRA criminality: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

PSNI investigates Reid for incitement to hatred: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Contribution as a go-between must not be denigrated: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Local Jews angered by Nazi analogy: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Fr Reid unveils true colours in surly knee-jerk reaction: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Just how can this be compared to Ulster?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

This false martyrdom: The Observer
Henry McDonald

We Need To Heal Divisions Now – Bishop Mehaffey: Derry Journal

When the naked hate is publicly exposed: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Legacy of sectarianism is the enemy within: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Protestants' silence in South feeds Fr Reid's Nazi fantasy: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Alec Reid shows even the best of men can be blind: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Reid has no gift for diplomacy: Sunday Independent
Editorial

Ervine keeps grant in last bid to woo UVF gunmen: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

PUP 'to maintain links with UVF': BBC

PUP 'must deal with UVF killing': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

LVF to stand down in the coming weeks: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Garland planned a global revolution: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Stickie wicket: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Caulfield not wanted for Poppy bomb: Impartial Reporter

Ireland under fire over extradition: The Sunday Times
Enda Leahy

Ahern – Fianna Fail in North would split nationalist vote: Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

CIRA warning – no ceasefire or sellout: Limerick Leader
Barry Duggan

Sectarian thugs hit football matches: Belfast Telegraph

Gun attack was 'attempted murder': BBC

Republican wins case over IRA allegation: Sunday Business Post
Kieron Wood

Ex-soldier says missing gun was 'seized by RUC': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Revealed – IRA bombs killed eight British soldiers in Iraq: Independent on Sunday
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