This archive contains references to articles from October 16-31, 2006. If you find a link that is out of date please let us know by e-mailing the Newshound.


HOME


History


NewsoftheIrish


Book Reviews
& Book Forum


Search / Archive
Back to 10/96

Papers


Reference


About


Contact



Tuesday, October 31

Taoiseach urges North party chiefs to be strong: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Sinn fein's man remains optimistic: National Post (Oct 30)
Peter Goodspeed

Robinson – SF not ready and DUP is not jumping first: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Sinn Féin urged to join police board: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

NI parties to seek peace funding: BBC

Dissent in DUP's rank-and-file as deadline looms: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Big Ian deeply moved by Bertie's timely gift: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Blood in the Water: The Blanket
John Coulter

Don't let the past haunt prospect of agreement: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Poor support for St Andrews' Agreement: (from the Sunday Tribune, Oct 29)
Suzanne Breen

Pope talks of peace process as visit speculation mounts: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

DUP angry at Pope poser: UTV Internet

Decommisioning of weapons not on LVF's agenda: Sunday Life (Oct 29)
Alan Murray

Village tensions redolent of a wider problem: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Ulster estate demolishes sectarian wall: The Times
David Sharrock

Dissident activity expected in the run-up to November 24: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Sectarian attack on Orange hall: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Bomb inquiry seeks more time: Irish Examiner
Senan Hogan

Review of priest link to bomb and IRA nears end: Belfast Telegraph

Wright murder inquiry under way: BBC

Billy Wright murder documents 'missing': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Notorious Maze prison demolished to make way for houses and stadium: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Rock star's uncle was killed by IRA: Sunday Life (Oct 29)
John McGurk

Monday, October 30

Adams warns of potential risks to power-sharing proposals: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Paisley close to accepting agreement predicts SDLP: (from the Irish News, Oct 28)
William Graham

Sinn Fein spokesman predicts peace: Sunday Herald (Halifax, NS, Oct 29)
Sherri Borden Colley

Toys being thrown out of the pram once more...: Sunday Life (Oct 29)
Alan McBride

Dr 'No' Paisley surprises the faithful with a 'yes': (from the Irish News, Oct 28)
James Kelly

Referendums 'R Us?: (from Business Eye)
Quintin Oliver

The devolution debate – We are both different, but we can live together: Sunday Life (Oct 29)
Frankie Gallagher

An Irish Agreement: The Blanket (Oct 18)
Liam O Comain

North economy will not open unless minds do too: Irish Independent

Migration north pushes up prices: The Sunday Times (Oct 29)
Robert Booth

Border battleground turns to boom town: The Observer (Oct 29)
Henry McDonald

Ervine comments probed: Sunday Life (Oct 29)
Alan Murray

Hain reacts to County Carlow bomb finds: UTV Internet

'Mixed housing' scheme launched: BBC

Solicitor leaves Hamill inquiry: (from the Irish News, Oct 28)
Bimpe Fatogun

Warning shot: Sunday Life (Oct 29)
Joe Oliver

O'Loan to report on Claudy suspect allegations: RTE

Irish American Leaders Urge North Deal: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Joan Bolger

Crisis over collapse of religious practice: Sunday Business Post (Oct 29)

Sunday, October 29

Pressure for corporate tax cut in North: Sunday Business Post
Cliff Taylor

Ulster tax cut plan sunk by Scottish revolt: The Observer
Henry McDonald and Lorna Martin

New company tax rate for North will put SF in power with Paisley: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

North should cut corporation tax rate: Sunday Business Post
Editorial

Good economy benefits us all: (from the Irish News, Oct 27)
Editorial

Yes or no answer looking unlikely: BBC
Martina Purdy

Decision yet to be made on key issues: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Pope to visit Northern Ireland?: UTV Internet

DUP alarmed over Pope visit to north: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Pope visit to Ireland now unlikely: Sunday Business Post
Kieron Wood

Integrated estate shows way forward: The Sunday Times
Chris Ryder

Changing face of rejuvenated North: Sunday Business Post

Call for Bill of Rights for Northern Ireland: Newry Democrat

Agent murder probe nears end: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Irish police 'foil Real IRA plot': BBC

Sinn Féin 'doing nothing' to help McCartney family: (from the Irish News, Oct 27)
Dan McGinn & William Graham

Sinn Fein support falls behind SDLP, according to secret poll: Sunday Independent

North could become an unlikely election issue: Sunday Business Post

Now even Big Ian boosts Bertie: Sunday Independent

Unionists look south as job cuts bite deep: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Motorway from Aughnacloy to Derry to be funded by Dublin: Ulster Herald
Adrian Mullan

Is Tony making a film then: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Two charged with IRA membership: RTE

A shared history unites the Rock and a hard place: (from the Irish News, Oct 21)
Claire Simpson

Saturday, October 28

Doubts over ministerial timeframe: BBC

Paisley calls on unionists to back new deal: Irish Independent
Dan McGinn

DUP will not be rushed into deal: UTV Internet

I'll have to bite my lip if we share power with SF: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ex-DUP mayor slams Paisley 'betrayal' of unionist cause: Irelandclick.com
Ciarán Barnes

Panel says IRA dedicated to peace plan: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Dissident threat to new deal, says Orde: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Whither Irish Republicanism: The Blanket (Oct 24)
Mick Hall

Dissidents' drive can't put the brakes on peace: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Gloves are off in the DUP debate: Irelandclick.com
Editorial

Our politicians must stay the course: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Unionist anger over all-Ireland economy: The News Letter
Simon Hunter

Shared prosperity sounds death knell for border crime: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Visit to North by pope and queen mooted: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Peace process will be one of Blair's main legacies, says Lord Kinnock: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

McDowell refuses to be drawn over MI6 spies claim: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Hain's stand on area policing sparks row: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

'Troubles inquiries' hits £17.5m in costs: The News Letter
Phillip Bradfield

Police officers call for stun weapons: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Jail death threat for Shoukri brothers: Irelandclick.com
Ciarán Barnes

Ulster needs parades body for forseeable future – Poole: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

DUP admit to RUC/UVF cover-up – claims father: Irelandclick.com

Set date for Inquiry report call: Derry Journal

Bomb memorial to be reinstalled: BBC

Son of murdered INLA boss faces bomb charges: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin

Drugs warning issued by Alderdice: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

TG4 – the saviour of a language: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Friday, October 27

IRA's future must be sorted: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

McCrea warns on deal over policing: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Paisley to appeal to DUP members: RTE

FAIR to back deal 'if DUP are happy': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

My view on the future of Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
David Cameron

'This is a situation hardly calculated to produce either clarity or truth': Belfast Telegraph
Bob McCartney

Just Say No: The Blanket (Oct 22)
Martin Galvin

Anti-social tail end will wag the Sinn Féin dog: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

St Andrews 'could be a step forward in creating trust': Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Problems when church and state collide: Irelandclick.com
Des Wilson

Hain sets out plans for all-Irish economy: The Guardian
Paul Owen

Projects will strengthen cross-Border co-operation: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

DUP says no to bid for greater cross-border economic links: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Empey slams all-island economy plan: UTV Internet

Business leaders call for 'all-island economy': Belfast Telegraph
Sam McBride

Conference told Dundalk and Newry should create first cross-border city: UTV Internet

Empey says no – Assault on plan to unify economy: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Cameron opens Tory door for Trimble: Irish Independent
Dan McGinn

Parades' talks open to all, urges Poole: The News Letter
Simon Hunter

Parades body wants to put itself out of business: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Commission can feel justly proud: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Sinn Fein MP claims top £200,000: BBC

Stun gun death leads to fears over PSNI trial plans: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

Dissidents 'preparing to attack': BBC
Vincent Kearney

Plans for Troubles victims' forum are unveiled: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

BBC clearly out of step with its own protocol: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Republican hero was murdered 30 years ago: Irelandclick.com
Damian McCarney

2008 for Bloody Sunday report: UTV Internet

House of jitters: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Thursday, October 26

Assembly could still collapse, say Governments: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

New York Irish push for St. Andrews deal: Irish Echo
Ailbhe Jordan

DUP plans St Andrews document: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

No wriggling out of policing vow, warns DUP MP: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Can Sinn Fein make the leap and back policing?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

From Up The Ra To Up The Rozzers: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Ian Og in his da's shoes? How comforting …: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Northern Frost Is Melting: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
John Spain

SF and DUP may present united front to chancellor: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Cross-border plan to be unveiled: BBC

Greasing the wheels: Irish Echo
Editorial

Eames – bigotry still alive and well in Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Lennon hails anti-sectarian drive: BBC

Shoukris face move to isolation block: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Concern over how much power victims' commissioner will have: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Cameron to meet McCartney family: BBC

Rosemary Nelson hearing delayed: UTV Internet

Further wait for inquiry report: BBC

Parades Body to drop car rallies: UTV Internet

'Home-made explosives' may turn out to be drugs: Irish Independent

Anti-Scottish feeling laid bare over question of next Prime Minister: The Scotsman (Oct 16)
Hamish MacDonell

Wednesday, October 25

Adams welcomes Paisley's 'yes': The Scotsman
Dan McGinn

Parties will agree to deal – Hain: BBC

DUP begins internal talks on St Andrews: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Church seeks quick SF response on police: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Leaders must finish the job: Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Ringland

Progress must continue apace: (from the Irish News)
Editorial

Cut Ulster's corporation tax rate, urges Ahern: Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Tilson

Cross-border link to development plan – Ahern: RTE

It's trick-or-treat time with Brown: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Springing out that Celtic tiger effect: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ulster share of EU money is to be cut: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Eames calls for move to 'a healing community': Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

March body gives vision on future: BBC

Security operation foils major terrorist bomb plot: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Gene McKenna

CIRA bid to justify firebombs rubbished: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Ombudsman fights for 'total access' to MI5 intelligence: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

DUP help sought by victim's dad – Raymond McCord awaits action by party leader: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Scathing attack on watchdog by UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Expert's conclusions 'guesswork': BBC

Bomb memorial 'symbol of unity': The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Consul visits under-threat integrated primary: The News Letter
Johnny Caldwell

Urban gaeltacht 'under-achieved': (from the Irish News, Oct 11)
Simon Doyle

Home of UDA exile's daughter attacked: Sunday Life (Oct 22)
Alan Murray

SNP could raise spectre of 'ethnic conflict': The Scotsman
Louise Gray

Will the Union see its 300th birthday?: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Tuesday, October 24

Parties in North are warned 'clock is ticking': Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham, Lorna Reid and Gene McKenna

Referendum not needed on Northern deal, says Hain: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Governments in 'St Andrews talks': BBC

Eames urges progress and peace: UTV Internet

Ahern tight-lipped on £700m financial package for north: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

DUP welcome for Dublin 'investment': The News Letter
Simon Hunter

Peace package in the melting pot: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

North 'needs to match' low tax regime of South: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Don't expect lower business taxes – Eagle: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Changing times signals the end for rhetoric: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Big Ian's horses are spooked at first jump: Irelandclick.com
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Garda cleared in Omagh bomb case: BBC

US denies RSF leader entry visa: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

'Wrong to tar loyalists over racist attacks': The News Letter
Simon Hunter

Families flee homes in car firebomb horror: Sunday Life (Oct 22)
Pauline Reynolds

'No need' for new MI5 base in NI: BBC

Did our hero son die to protect British spy?: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

O'Loan to probe Lawlor case: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Bomb victim pledges to help catch vandals: The News Letter
Ian Starrett

Xmas blitz threat to hit big business: Sunday Life (Oct 22)
Stephen Breen

Councillor criticises IFA actions: Irelandclick.com
Francesca Ryan

Hollywood star puts city in picture: BBC

Loyalist mural replaced: Irelandclick.com (Oct 20)
Ciarán Barnes

Northern Ireland holds Iraq lessons: Washington Times
Rowan Scarborough

Monday, October 23

Two sides in North closer than ever – Ahern: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Republic to foot North bill: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Allister questions Sinn Fein's intentions: Sunday Life (Oct 22)
Alan Murray

Sinn Fein outlines pledge stance: BBC

Nationalist community deeply divided on policing: (from the Sunday Tribune, Oct 22)
Suzanne Breen

Stormont meeting for Adams and Archbishop: RTE

St Andrew's Agreement – is it a roadmap to peace?: Irelandclick.com (Oct 20)

Pledge row probably not last glitch: BBC
Mark Devenport

Some blips on the long-awaited St Andrews cardiograph, but they're not fatal, this time: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

We need deal ... or future generations will curse us: Sunday Life (Oct 22)
Ivan McElhinney

Leaders buying time as economic realities bite: (from the Irish News, Oct 21)
James Kelly

Once Bitten: The Blanket (Oct 9)
Anthony McIntyre

Senior Catholic officer tells of sectarianism within RUC: (from the Sunday Tribune, Oct 22)
Suzanne Breen

MI5's Ulster Folly?: Sunday Life (Oct 22)
Brian Rowan

Ahern – root out sectarianism: (from the Irish News, Oct 21)
Suzanne McGonagle

Crusading dad's call for support: Sunday Life (Oct 22)
Stephen Breen

Sinn Fein should look beyond the politics of confrontation if it is to broaden its appeal: Irish Independent (Oct 21)

Man under threat of deportation from US: (from the Irish News, Oct 19)
Allison Morris

Shock at bomb memorial vandalism: BBC

Omagh trial set to call spy's handlers: Sunday Life (Oct 22)
Alan Murray

McConnell rejects any constitutional tinkering and defends the 'union dividend': The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Sunday, October 22

Vote on NI agreement is 'inconceivable', says Ahern: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Business community pushes for political resolution in the North: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Dublin to spend €1bn in North: The Sunday Times
Stephen O'Brien

Paisley, not Adams holds all the cards this time around: Sunday Independent
Joseph O'Malley

Getting Paisley to say yes: Village (Oct 12)
Gerry Adams

Adams Needs U.S. Support: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Niall O'Dowd

Paisley and Adams have come so far, there's no going back: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Ian, we were blind, but now we can see: Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

A Greek tragedy for Paisley: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

When an agreement is not an agreement: Sunday Independent
Maurice Hayes

Wolfe Tone's dream of unity lies in tribal pieces: Sunday Independent
Diarmaid MacDermott

Latest DUP whinge rings hollow: Andersonstown News (Oct 19)
Editorial

PDs – 'We must welcome unionists': UTV Internet

Sinn Fein Expect U.S. Fundraising: Irish Voice/IrishAbroad.com
Joan Bolger

Ulster on alert for rebel attack: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

'Bring Derry's Protestants in from the cold': Derry Journal (Oct 20)

O'Loan to probe PSNI murder investigation: Sunday Business Post
Barry McCaffrey

Changing face of Ulster policing as force seeks to move with times: Belfast Telegraph (Oct 16)
Jonathan McCambridge

Loyalists linked to 90 per cent of race crime: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Racism – The Social Uniter?: The Blanket (Oct 16)
John Coulter

Links with Northern Ireland: Northwich Guardian

Tough times for Irish language broadcasting: Sunday Business Post

Dingle/ An Daingean – Popular vote may make no difference: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Should Catholics back independence?: The Sunday Times
Michael McMahon, Patrick Reilly and Alan Clayton

Saturday, October 21

Issue of oath is a dealbreaker, says MP Dodds: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP 'not signed up to agreement': BBC

SF 'must back police before sharing power': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

No SF deal on policing without Ard Fheis: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Sinn Fein start consultation: UTV Internet

Agreement? What agreement? as parties start to unravel: Impartial Reporter

Dual elections 'will not happen': BBC

Good deal ensures politics remains art of the cynic: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Last chance saloon for politics in the North as parties look to new dawn: Irelandclick.com
Martin Morgan

Canny Paisley pulls a fast one over poor Peter Hain: Irish Independent
Conor Cruise O'Brien

When No Means Yes: The Blanket (Oct 15)
John Coulter

Get real, Pete!: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

DUP on cusp of political endgame: Irelandclick.com
Editorial

Transparent device: Irish Echo
Editorial

PSNI represented at Catholic school careers fair: (from the Irish News)
David Wilson

Policing Yes or No? The West Belfast public weighs up the pros and cons of signing up to policing: Andersonstown News (Oct 19)
Evan Short

Orde visit seen as farewell to Army: The News Letter
Phillip Bradfield

Shot man believed to be on dissident republican hit list: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Dissidents in the dark on Ardoyne shootings: Irelandclick.com
Ciarán Barnes

Revealed – cost of bomb blitz to taxpayers: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Paramilitary groups are 'alive and well' claims FAIR: The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

Kevin Fulton and court ruling: UTV Internet

Fulton – Protect me and I will testify: Daily Mirror

IRA bomber now a lecturer on social policy: Irish Independent
Tom Brady & John Walshe

Sinn Féin members denied visas to US: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

SF accused of hijacking Corrib oil pipeline protest: Irish Independent
Ciaran Byrne

One Small Step for Teemore GAA club, one giant leap for community relations: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Regan

You say Dingle, I say Daingean, let's call it all a farce: Irish Independent
Anne Lucey and Grainne Cunningham

Friday, October 20

Adams reiterates belief in power-sharing deal: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Unionists clash on ministerial pledge: The News Letter

No decision yet on referendum: UTV Internet

SF to consult on St Andrews talks: BBC

Bishops to engage Sinn Fein in talks: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Veteran IRA man says 'bold' move needed on policing: Andersonstown News

Sinn Fein chiefs need to keep horse before cart over policing: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Chance to put politics of partition behind us: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Remember, remember the 24th of November…: (from Business Eye, Sep 06)
Quintin Oliver

Black Friday: The Blanket (Oct 16)
Anthony McIntyre

Paisley is just another class act: Andersonstown News
Des Wilson

Northern Ireland now Belgium on the Bann: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Parades body spent like a 'banana republic' – Bell: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

'Bombs similar to Omagh devices': Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

Blair in vow to help Troubles victims: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

Sammy Wilson labels victims' relatives pro-IRA supporters: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Day to reflect on Troubles is proposed: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Bomb timers 'made by one person': BBC

SF voters 'are more biased': Irish Independent (Oct 18)
Fionnán Sheahan

B&Q again the target for fire bomb attacks: The News Letter (Oct 17)

Petition presented over UDR memorial: Andersonstown News (Oct 16)
Roisin McManus

Thousands of threat warnings made: BBC

Protestant role in health service in question: RTE (Oct 17)

Thursday, October 19

Ahern tells Northern parties to keep talking: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Parties demand to see all 'talks' correspondence: The News Letter

Stormont task force to tackle oath row: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Empey says DUP are learning the hard way: The News Letter

Voters urged to study St Andrew's proposals: Newry Democrat

Sinn Fein not ready for PSNI move: BBC

Sinn Fein ready to deal with policing: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Geraldine Collins

Robin Eames to meet Gerry Adams: Citybeat
Marc Mallett

Response to the St Andrews Agreement by Jim Allister, MEP, DUP: The News Letter (Oct 17)
Jim Allister

DUP man who dared to challenge Paisley: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

First hole in the road map, but no swearing yet: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

DUP 'must publish pledge letter': BBC

Tánaiste calls for leadership from NI parties: RTE

Is St Andrews a bumpy road or cul de sac?: Belfast Telegraph (scroll down)
Lindy McDowell

Political double act creates begrudgery record: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Time to Conclude NI Process: The Blanket (Oct 13)
David Adams

Parties must focus on the big picture: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Uncle Sam's man here gets a reality check: Belfast Telegraph
Dean Pittman

Go or be shot, says IRA group: (from the News of the World, Oct 15)
Martin Breen

Family in plea for CIRA to lift threat: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Bomb evidence 'thought destroyed': BBC

A chink of light in the very secret world of MI5: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Gardai uncover IRA link to €38m Northern Bank raid: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

'IRA shot dead Derry man': UTV Internet

Leading human rights lawyer may visit Belfast for McCord case: North Belfast News (Oct 13)
Ciarán Barnes

Catholics urged to support neighbours: BBC

INLA 'not involved' in armed beating – IRSP: Derry Journal

EU called on to dismantle Northern Ireland border – Doherty: OceanFM

Name of Dingle dangles in row over language: The Independent
David McKittrick

Yet another sectarian barrier comes down: The Herald (Oct 17)
Ian Bell

Wednesday, October 18

Belfast Pact Hits Snag as Protestant Leader Balks: New York Times
Eamon Quinn

St Andrews deal hits 'glitch' over unionist demand for Sinn Féin oath: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Northern Ireland deal hits its first hurdle: The Times
David Sharrock

Hain gives DUP and SF warning to settle dispute: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Dan Keenan

No oath for shadow First Minister or deputy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP's fears over IRA army council: UTV Internet

Deal could make history says Hain: BBC

Irish govt to decide on vote: UTV Internet

First glitch on the NI political road?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Stormont a Tower of Babel as leaders shy away from deal: Irish Independent

Empey points out DUP 'u-turn': UTV Internet

Will Dr No become Dr Yes?: The Guardian
Michael White

St Andrews progress in the extreme?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

McGuinness looking to avoid Big Fella's fate: Irish Independent
Alan Murray

Posturing on oath would be disastrous: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Northern Ireland's lessons knock again: Daily Star (Lebanon)
Rami G. Khouri

IRA decommissioning took place 'at nine different places': (from the Irish Times, Oct 17)
Jim Dee

Irish clergy hopeful for future: Springfield Republican (Oct 13)
Peter Goonan

MI5's arrival prolongs the era of dirty secrets: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Priest 'presented with hit list': BBC

Priest speaks out on death list dilemma: The News Letter

CIRA claims paramilitary-style attacks: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Gun and gang blamed for assault: The News Letter

Scap denied brief in IRA collusion investigation: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Hutton

Items 'added to bombing evidence': BBC

Ex-IRA prisoner's criticism unjustified says Tar Isteach: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

Dysfunctional Family Values: The Blanket (Oct 16)
Mick Hall

11-plus gone in two years, Sinn Fein tells DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

Beware Northern Ireland's savage harvest, warns peer: The Times
Greg Hurst

UDA's tour of terror: Sunday Life (Oct 15)
Stephen Breen

A new low as 'Murph feud hits cemetery: Andersonstown News (Oct 12)
Damian McCarney

Ulster tourism sector at a crossroads: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Blair goes head to head with cardinal in war of words over independence: The Scotsman
James Kirkup

Tuesday, October 17

Paisley and Adams begin to draw a shared future: The Herald
Catherine MacLeod

Lifelong foes Adams and Paisley to meet at Stormont: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Hain – 'Agreement may be pivotal moment': UTV Internet

Adams meets Blair in London: UTV Internet

DUP in dispute over pledge of office endorsing PSNI: The Irish Times
Frank Millar

DUP broke election pledge – McCartney: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

We're not ready to support PSNI, says SF leader: Irish Independent
Brian Dowling

It's all go to find out what public makes of accord: The News Letter

Omens are good but there is much work to do: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

He said it was a new dawn, but it seemed like midnight: The Times
Ann Treneman

Paisley, the fiery turtle of politics, and a place of peas: The Guardian
Simon Hoggart

An agreement that's not agreed until DUP and Sinn Fein say so: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Deal marks death knell of militant creeds: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

From the Balcony: Andersonstown News
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Tony Blair, Ireland's saviour: The Times (Oct 16)
Tim Hames

Friday the 13th – The Most Terrifying Deal Ever Done!: The Blanket
Tom Luby

From Sunningdale to St Andrews – a long, winding and bloody road: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Opposites attract in Ulster: Boston Globe
Editorial

Road map quickly develops potholes: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

North power-sharing – Hopeful signs ahead of historic talks: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Out of reasons, out of room: Andersonstown News
Editorial

DUP call over IRA proceeds: UTV Internet

UVF leaders in secret meetings: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Loyalists talking far from cameras: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Residents challenge Orange Order to debate: Andersonstown News
Roisin McManus

Concern at reliability of police evidence in terrorist bomb trial: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Caution over evidence at Omagh bomb trial: UTV Internet

Police to have access to MI5 files: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Priest tells of death list meeting: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Guildhall debate to highlight alienation: The News Letter

'Stakeknife' bid for lawyer turned down by Tribunal: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald and Brian Hutton

Monday, October 16

Paisley and Adams for face-to-face meeting tomorrow: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Mark Hennessy

Hain hails potential of new Ulster deal: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

MEP 'reserving judgment' on deal: (from the Irish News, Oct 14)
Claire Simpson

DUP, SF will say yes to deal, Ahern believes: RTE

Victims' families have mixed views on talks: (from the Irish News, Oct 14)
Suzanne McGonagle

Huge financial incentive on offer for North deal: Sunday Business Post (Oct 15)
Pat Leahy

St Andrews agreement 'better than Good Friday': The Scotsman
Dan McGinn

Polar opposites 'thaw' as price for peace in Ulster: The Times
David Sharrock

Will the St Andrews' Agreement bring lasting peace to the North: (from the Sunday Tribune, Oct 15)
Suzanne Breen

Will we get what we deserve?: Sunday Life (Oct 15)
Alan McBride

Ahern and Blair tightrope act has finally paid off: Irish Independent

How tides have turned as policing now in SF hands: (from the Irish News, Oct 14)
Brian Feeney

Hail The Messiah: The Blanket (Oct 9)
Anthony McIntyre

The devolution debate – We stand on the cusp of a new dawn in Northern Ireland politics: Sunday Life (Oct 15)
Reg Empey

Editorials

Sinn Féin has no control over IRA money, says Ahern: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Irish hope for peace in homeland: Westchester Journal News (Oct 14)
Timothy O'Connor

Bomb cost Translink £100k: UTV Internet

Troubles legacy 'needs addressed': BBC (Oct 10)

The pain behind violence: Toronto Star (Oct 15)
Andrew Chung

SF man 'would be shot' in another country over flags: Andersonstown News (Oct 12)
Roisin McManus

Big guns O'Brien and Farmer publicly back independence: The Scotsman
Hamish MacDonell

SNP delight at cardinal's support for independence: The Herald
Douglas Fraser



KINDLE


Kindle Books




Notre Dame
Apparel/Giftware



MUSIC & VIDEOS

Irish music downloads

-----
Irish Videos
Giftcard


Art, prints, calendars and posters
Buy at Art.com
Sir Henry Sidney "Pacifies" Ulster and Returns to Dublin after a Victory
Buy From Art.com

Subscribe to the Newshound
OR

Subscribe with PayPal


Newshound
Merchandise

Newshound Merchandise
Get a Newshound mug, shirt or cap
The Epic History &
Heritage of the Irish
WORLDWIDE,
NON-STOP!

The Wild Geese Today

BACK TO TOP


About
Home
History
NewsoftheIrish
Books
Contact