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Saturday, October 31

DUP and SF relations worsen over £20m reserve police payout: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

NI police reserve payment defended: RTE

Ear damage on RUC's firing ranges 'could cost £100m': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Similar cases taken by Irish Defence Forces members: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Ireland strife down, not out, 2 women say: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Dennis B. Roddy

Parades 'a matter for politicians': The News Letter

Activists on track to remember Peace Train: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

UUP MLA is 'open' to electoral pact talks: The News Letter

'Secret' IRA victim on Disappeared list: Irish News
Allison Morris

Families of Disappeared offer support to Wilson relatives: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth and Rachel Quigley

Shocking cycle of murders carried out by republicans: Irish News
Allison Morris

Missing victims of past who still haunt the IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

NI politicians in Libya for terror redress talks: UTV Internet

Greysteel families break their silence Knight 'deserves to be locked away for life': Derry Journal

North's mass killers should get death penalty – Campbell: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Bail bid by republican Duffy adjourned again: Belfast Telegraph

Part-time RIR soldiers win case: BBC

Legal hold-up in IRA inquest: UTV Internet

Mainstream parties are to blame if extremists thrive (Oct 26): The News Letter
Alex Kane

SF welcome Ulster-Scots official into 'lion's den' (Oct 21): Ballymoney Times

Common ground – Catholic and Protestant teens from Ireland visit Salem (Oct 29): Salem Gazette
Lisa Guerriero

Unionists defend 'No pope here' online campaign: The News Letter

Anglican converts off to Rome (scroll down): The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Does Cardinal Cormac think the Pope has made a mistake?: Telegraph.co.uk
Jonathan Wynne-Jones

We're flocking back to church: Irish Independent
Allison Bray

Kidnapped priest is alive, says Sinn Féin (Oct 30): The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

North-South approach could make island safer for children (Oct 27): The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Has bigotry reached from beyond grave? (Oct 27): Irish News
Diana Rusk

Friday, October 30

Sinn Féin and DUP clash over transfer of policing: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Group recommended transfer of responsibility to OFMDFM and councils: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Parties have mixed views on how to tackle marching issue: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Sir Reg clarifies 'puppet' comments: The News Letter

No shortage of support for Ulster Unionist MP: The News Letter

Is Lady Sylvia a stranger on the shore in party's future vision?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

DUP push unity unionist candidate: Fermanagh Herald

SDLP Youth backs Ritchie for leader: UTV Internet

SDLP faces crucial decisions over new leader and merger with Fianna Fáil: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

End the drift: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Talks over PSNI Reserve: The News Letter

Ombudsman investigations 'require more resources': Irish News
Allison Morris

Council breached equality policy: The News Letter

Man freed in Real IRA murders inquiry: RTE

The lucrative business of funding terror groups: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Army denies being 'scared off' by republicans: The News Letter

RIR man fears for his safety after PSNI move: Ulster Herald
Tommy Nethery

Traces of Semtex chemical found in Republican cells (Oct 27): Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Dedication of memorial to Troubles' victims: The News Letter

Ex-senior policeman says Belfast agreement ruined victims' confidence: Impartial Reporter

'Libyan cash only for the innocent': The News Letter

IRA victims 'confident Libyan deal will be done': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Colonel claimed paper was IRA mouthpiece: Irish News
Allison Morris

NI restorative justice 'cuts crime': UTV Internet

INLA denies knowledge of IRSP member's death (Oct 27): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Use of Irish very low in courts (Oct 28): The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

Campbell criticised over death penalty call: Derry Journal

Minister raises hopes of end to Protestant schools row: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Vatican row delays Anglo-Catholic text: The Times
Richard Owen

Thursday, October 29

DUP accused of corrupting policing negotiations: Belfast Telegraph

'De-politicise parades' – Residents: UTV Internet

UUP facing a huge dilemma (Oct 26): Irish News
Editorial

Federation fights to keep Police Reserve: UTV Internet

Baggott to discuss axing of 400 PSNI reservists: Belfast Telegraph

Files reveal growing NI terror threat: BBC
Liz MacKean

Real threat exists as IMC work remains unfinished: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Legal bid to halt extradition renewed: Irish News

Man arrested over soldier murders: BBC

BBC boss denies political bias towards nationalists: Irish News
Allison Morris

Medal and £650k or I walk – MI5 witness: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Old monoliths can crumble – even poppy-linked ones: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

CRJ urges residents' solidarity with Rice (Oct 27): Irish News

Garland extradition case adjourned: RTE

O'Loan's peerage made official: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Troops may be compelled to appear before fresh inquest: Irish News

RUC put out false story within hours of McGurk's bar attack: Irish News
Allison Morris

I'm no terrorist sympathiser – ex-Rangers star (Oct 27): The News Letter

Leading loyalist charged with raping 13-year-old girl: Belfast Telegraph

Sound police work leads to massive haul: The News Letter
Editorial

A major victory in smuggling battle: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

We need something to cheer us up now (Oct 27): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Transport deal puts banned UK motorists off Irish roads: Irish Independent
Stephen O'Farrell

Army pulls out of Ulster jobs fair due to lack of interest (Oct 28): Belfast Telegraph

Republic wilfully creating a cold house for Protestants: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Why the Pope shouldn't count on being welcomed with open arms: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Who let them in? (Oct 20): LATimes.com
Michael McGough

The Vatican thirst for power divides Christianity and damages Catholicism (Oct 28): Guardian.co.uk
Hans Kung

Wednesday, October 28

'Parades must be resolved before justice devolved': Belfast Telegraph

Robinson leads Commons Parades debate: UTV Internet

UUP tight-lipped over Hermon no-show: The News Letter

Alliance with Tories not the way to shed sectarianism (Oct 26): Irish News
Roy Garland

North's ageing politicians have eyes fixed on eternity (Oct 26): Irish News
Tom Kelly

Unionists trade blows over double jobbing: The News Letter

DUP alters course on double-jobbing: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

McCrea defends membership of 'No Pope Here' campaign group: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Alasdair McDonnell unveils bid to revitalise the SDLP: Belfast Telegraph

BBC 'biased towards republicans': BBC

McCausland must outline language strategy – Sinn Féin: Derry Journal

Calls for probe into Guildhall event: The News Letter

SF defend Guildhall dinner dance: Derry Journal

Ulster loyalist hardliner charged with grooming child for sex: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Greysteel killer jailed after release licence suspended: The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caollaí

Omagh bomb campaigner to receive award: UTV Internet

Massereene murder accused refused bail: UTV Internet

No deal done yet with Libya – Donaldson: The News Letter

HET budget 'running out': UTV Internet

Files detail Balcombe gang targets: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Archives reveal death list found at IRA gang's flat: The Guardian
Alan Travis

Family demand 'full truth' of Motorman death: Derry Journal

Council accused of gerrymandering: BBC

Griffin speaks with forked tongue: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Gun murder 'not revenge for Wayne' (Oct 26): Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

Smuggled cigarettes worth €50m seized by officials in Ireland: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Police probe dissident link to record £45m cigarette haul: Belfast Telegraph

Protestants surrendering their sense of superiority: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Nightmare as 250,000 shoppers head North: Derry Journal

Former Irish Taoiseach Bertie Ahern backs Scottish independence (Oct 27): The Scotsman

Tuesday, October 27

DUP 'no longer voice of unionism' – Empey: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UUP MP boycotts conference over party's link with Tories: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

DUP comes out fighting over double-jobbing 'U-turn' jibes: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Lost chance as conference is shorn of debate: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Devolving police and justice: The Irish Times
Editorial

Most voters back electoral process – research: Belfast Telegraph

McDonnell to announce bid for SDLP leadership: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

President hosts event for RUC widows: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

McCord in call for HET funding: UTV Internet

Protest as dinner hails IRA dead: The News Letter

Woodward meets with Bloody Sunday families: Derry Journal

Terror victims 'cautious' over Libyan deal: UTV Internet

Inquest into Motorman death opens: BBC

Journalist may have to pay £25,000 in costs: RTE

Keeping track of the Peace Train: The News Letter

Wilson remains defiant over expenses comments (Oct 20): The News Letter

MLA expenses 'were not excessive' (Oct 23): BBC

Lady Hermon 'vindicated' over London flat rent assessment (Oct 23): Irish News
William Graham

One bright spot in a gloomy picture: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

North Belfast and Shankill united in health campaign (Oct 9): Belfast Media
Editorial

Beef labelling plan: Irish Independent

Papal visit can save North's Protestants: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Pope Benedict opens new front in battle for the soul of two churches (Oct 25): The Observer
Diarmaid MacCulloch

Ignore the sceptics who are blocking the road to Rome (Oct 24): The Independent
Mary Wakefield

Monday, October 26

Alliance Justice minister won't be 'a puppet': UTV Internet

Why Robinson is right to step back from a deal he cannot sell: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Executive 'must act as four-way coalition': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

McDonnell to announce plans for SDLP leadership (Oct 25): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

British Tories and UUP 'natural allies': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Lady Sylvia Hermon stands by decision to snub UUP conference: Belfast Telegraph

Whiff of power and fresh approach re-energise dusty old party: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Tory link-up gives UUP new allure for middle unionism: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson – why the DUP's MPs will be able to continue double-jobbing after elections: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Northern Ireland police chief moves officers to tackle 'severe' dissident threat: Belfast Telegraph

Republican says officers tried to recruit him as spy in Spain (Oct 25): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Only an independent inquiry can reveal the truth of the Hunger Strike (Oct 24): Irish News
Thomas Lynch

Conservatives warned not to ignore past: UTV Internet

Surge in drugs and violence at Castlerea Prison after IRA releases (Oct 25): Sunday Tribune
Ali Bracken

Garda focus on possible Provo link to murder: Irish Examiner
Scott Millar

Family denies murdered son linked to the IRA: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Garda fears murder will lead to feud: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Corruption is 'rife' among gardaí, claims young officer (Oct 25): Sunday Tribune
Ali Bracken

Boss who took bombs off buses dies (Oct 19): BBC

Security lapse risked Queen's life (Oct 25): Scotland on Sunday
Stephen McGinty

Little uptake on Vatican offer to Church faithful: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

After 500 years, has the Pope outfoxed the Archbishop? (Oct 25): Independent on Sunday
Peter Stanford

25% jump in cross-Border shopping – survey: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen

Sunday, October 25

Four-party talks needed – Empey: UTV Internet

No longer any sympathy for an outdated conflict: Irish News
James Kelly

First minister has played his cards right: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Ulster Unionist conference riven by row over link with Tories: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Hague – We won't get mired in sectarian politics: Belfast Telegraph

Tory link foils Adams' strategy – Sir Reg: The News Letter

Did Hague rock the UUP conference?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Conservative alliance to be tested at polls: Belfast Telegraph

Elections good news for scribes: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Pact may face poll problems: The News Letter
Editorial

DUP offers seat deal: The News Letter

Parades Commission's 'days numbered': Irish News
Diana Rusk

There was an offer on the table – but the prisoners weren't told (Oct 22): Irish News

Claims only add to pain says ex-hunger striker (Oct 22): Irish News
Allison Morris

Partners in crime – loyalist killers and British security forces in N.I.: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Tories 'would end costly probes into Northern Ireland Troubles,' says William Hague: Daily Mail

British spooks' story sheds light on key aspects of modern Irish history (Oct 21): Irish Examiner
Steven King

FAIR to protest at IRA 'dinner dance': The News Letter

Politicians welcome INLA's decision to end the violence (Oct 19): Belfast Media

Gardai fear new cycle of violence by city gangs / Former IRA members suspected in most recent gangland murder: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Loyalist killer to fight conviction: The News Letter

Media press-ganged by lure of NIO lucre (Oct 22): Irish News
Newton Emerson

More assembly expenses revealed (Oct 22): BBC

More MLA expenses made public (Oct 22): UTV Internet

Former ethics chief, Carmel Hanna, defends renting office from husband (Oct 22): Belfast Telegraph

SF channel £400k into party (Oct 24): The News Letter

Protestants can be excused for missing the cruel irony: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Vatican's lack of warning on Anglican priests 'inexcusable' say Carey: Independent on Sunday
Laura May

The Queen will stand up to Pope Benedict: Daily Telegraph
Vicki Woods

Calling all angry Anglicans! Special deals on conversions to Catholicism!: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Saturday, October 24

UUP members challenge Sir Reg: The News Letter

DUP offers pact to UUP: UTV Internet

Hague to address UUP conference: UTV Internet

MEP Dodds challenged over council seat pledge (Oct 22): Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Tories back Parsley for North Down: UTV Internet

Brown's Northern Ireland settlement is to be commended: The Spectator
David Blackburn

Policing issue must not drag (Oct 22): Irish News
Editorial

MI5 agents to testify behind screens in Real IRA trial: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Could IRA splinter groups bring back Northern Ireland's Troubles?: Christian Science Monitor
Jason Walsh

Dissidents leave loyalist guns deal on a tightrope: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Ex-RUC man tipped for Brolly post: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

McCord positive about US hearing: UTV Internet

McCord testimony won't be the last on Capitol Hill: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Wrongly convicted man back in court: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Unprecedented third appeal for bomber: UTV Internet

Disgraced lawyer appeals sentence: BBC

Campbell's support for the Armed Forces: Londonderry Sentinel

Reopened tourist attractions portraying a brighter Belfast (Oct 20): Irish News
Breidge Gadd

Minimal Troubles at Ulster Museum: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Country is 'hostile place for Protestant pupils': Irish Independent
John Walshe

Bishop – O'Keeffe making Ireland hostile for Protestants: Irish Examiner
Eoin English

Surprise flare-up at €3m cut to Protestant schools: The Irish Times
Seán Flynn

School funding – Change your mind Minister: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Protestant schools: The Irish Times
Editorial

Converts may choke on raw meat of Catholicism (Oct 20): The Times
Libby Purves

The end of the Anglican Communion (Oct 20): Guardian.co.uk
Andrew Brown

In praise of October 1989 (Oct 20): The Guardian
Editorial

Friday, October 23

'Parties have not debated policing': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

£1bn deal should please all political parties: Belfast Telegraph

Confidence has still to be assessed: The News Letter
Editorial

Let us push ahead on policing transfer: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

One in five show Troubles trauma (Oct 21): UTV Internet

MP 'overwhelmed' by definition debate: The News Letter

McCausland's view on Catholicism puzzling (Oct 19): Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Republican dissidents in bomb attack on TA base: The Independent
David McKittrick

One week after booby-trap blast and a Belfast cul-de-sac is still shrouded in fear: Belfast Telegraph

Justice group welcome: Newry Democrat

Lady Trimble picked to fight seat: BBC

Police shielded my son's murderers, says McCord: Belfast Telegraph

Murdered Belfast man's father lobbies in Washington: The Irish Times
Niall Stanage

Greysteel killer Torrens Knight faces return to jail: Belfast Telegraph

Unionists condemn Territorial Army cuts: Londonderry Sentinel

I'll represent Ireland at Olympics, says Trimble: Belfast Telegraph

No return to Protestant school grants – O'Keeffe: Irish Independent
John Walshe

Protestant schools' row can unite the churches: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Campaign proposes Robinson as EU premier: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

'Don't transpose peace process' (Oct 21): Irish News
William Graham

English passengers forced to show passports in Scotland (Sep 26): The Herald

Thursday, October 22

Brown announces devolution budget for Northern Ireland policing and justice: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald and Deborah Summers

Responsibility for justice and policing down to Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Primate greets moves on devolution of justice: The News Letter

The truth about Ulster – taxpayers' money to snuff out violence: The Times
David Sharrock

Let us push ahead on policing transfer: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Cameron ends Tories' long silence with Sinn Féin: The Times
David Sharrock

Let sleeping dogs lie seems to be Conservatives' motto: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Mansergh says peace process calls for diligence: Irish World
Diarmaid Williams

How we made the special relationship look very ordinary: Belfast Telegraph
Maurice Hayes

Work for progress and peace in north not over: Irish News
Ray O'Hanlon

Unionists will never share views of Adams: The News Letter
Editorial

Hague to address UUP conference: The News Letter

Umbrella Unionism could be a unifying cause (Oct 16): Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

UK 'should press for united Ireland': The News Letter

'Irish unification could help boost Welsh economy': South Wales Evening Post

Raymond McCord to give evidence at US congress hearing: Belfast Telegraph

Boyle urges Hibs to attend hearing: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Probe water-boarding, not collusion – peer: The News Letter

Republicans have done Nelson a disservice: The News Letter
N R Greer

Irish language delegation: Ulster Herald

Quinn's murder probe still priority for the PSNI: Newry Democrat

Man, 47, questioned over killing of Massereene soldiers is released: Belfast Telegraph

RAAD claim Waterside gun attack: Derry Journal

Old American lessons ring true in today's North: Irish Echo
Jim Cullen

O'Neill gets 18 months on U.S. charges: Philadelphia Inquirer
Kathleen Brady Shea

Protestant school funding to be cut: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray and Mary Regan

High praise for Archbishop Martin on backing Protestant education rights: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Protestant parents 'posh' claim rejected: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

This is about much more than education: Irish Independent
Tom Molloy

The Catholic Church offers us a warm welcome (Oct 21): The Times
Edwin Barnes

Church of England – Imperial Rome: The Guardian
Editorial

Wednesday, October 21

British plans for devolution of NI justice due today: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Level of agreement between SF and the DUP 'remarkable': Irish News
William Graham

Call Sinn Fein's bluff, Peter (Oct 19): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Dissidents blamed for southern attacks: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Man held over Army base murders: BBC

Dissident activity cost transport firm £221,000 in year – Murphy: Irish News
Diana Rusk

MLAs urge Baggott to review policy on weapons: The News Letter

Rasharkin GAA club targeted: UTV Internet

Sinn Fein urges all sides in town to defeat sectarianism: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

McCausland meets Irish language activists: The News Letter

Disrespecting Rights: (from Fortnight)
Colin Harvey

Adams – Orange parades will have role in united Ireland: The Independent
Noel McAdam

Sectarian singing jail-term suspended: Irish News

IRA man's widow appeals minister's refusal on payout: Belfast Telegraph

Irish 'patience' a lesson for Middle East peace – envoy: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Double-jobbing politicians are short-changing voting public: Belfast Telegraph
Dawn Purvis

DUP facing fresh questions on cost of running office: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

'Unhealthy obsession' with MPs' expenses (Oct 19): The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Sammy should remember who pays expenses: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

49 NI people on leaked 'BNP list': BBC

BNP insists 'member list' is a hoax as army chiefs denounce extremists: Guardian.co.uk
Robert Booth

O'Keeffe 'on collision course with Protestant faith': The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Cuts threatening Protestant schools, says Archbishop: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

O'Keeffe to discuss cuts' impact on Protestants: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

New provision for Anglicans to join Catholic Church: Irish Examiner
Nicole Winfield

Pope's gambit could see 1,000 quit Church of England: The Times
Ruth Gledhill & Richard Owen

Archbishop of Canterbury criticises Rome for springing this announcement on him: Telegraph.co.uk
Damian Thompson

Pope's move will harm dialogue and weaken Church of England: The Times
Timothy Bradshaw

Half way to Rome: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Church Disunited: The Times
Editorial

Tuesday, October 20

Northern Ireland peace is relatively secure, group told: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Warning of budget cuts to rights body: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Why SDLP and UUP must show some spirit: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Northern Ireland policing talks continue: Belfast Telegraph

McCausland defiant over Catholic worship: The News Letter

Stormont unites against car bomb plot: UTV Internet

'New dimension' to cross-border crime: RTE

Terror threat rises as dissident ranks swell: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Dissident republicans pose 'severe' risk – PSNI: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Magherafelt security alert 'hoax': UTV Internet

Families 'must be at centre of Libyan talks': The News Letter

Trip to Libya an important first step: The News Letter
Editorial

MP of rock... will Flash Harry get the vote?: BBC

Sectarian attacks leave Protestant family 'desperate to leave': The News Letter

Gunmen target teen in Derry: UTV Internet

Asda to open store on interface (Sep 24): BBC

Widow of ex-IRA man in pay-out bid: UTV Internet

Talking about past without major players would be futile: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Bad memories can populate atmosphere in strange ways: Irish News
Roy Garland

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams to give Nov. 5 talk in Madison (Oct 19): Madison Eagle

Oops, Did She Do It Again?: TheDailyBeast.com (Oct 14)
Niall Stanage

People in Republic 'feel better' (Oct 1): BBC

Women of Orange (Sep 30): The Scotsman
Emma Cowing

Monday, October 19

British-Irish body begins two-day meeting in Swansea: Ireland_On-Line

Loyalist boss Jackie McDonald urges PSNI to get tougher on break-ins in order to shut down vigilante paramilitary groups (Oct 18): Sunday Life
Ciarán Barnes

Church leader speaks on Mass row: BBC

Protestant church leader questions McCausland stance on attending Catholic events: Belfast Telegraph

Vigilance vital against bombs (Oct 17): Irish News
Editorial

We must not return to dark past: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Bid for a 'reunited Ulster' for European elections (Oct 18): Sunday Tribune

Sectarian thugs are trying to drive me out of village: Belfast Telegraph

2nd kidnap case in 24 hours for ex-IRA man (Oct 15): Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Hunger strikers 'were not sacrificed for political gain' (Oct 17): Irish News
Allison Morris

Political history repeats itself (Oct 17): Irish News

Hillary Clinton suffers 'mis-speaking' relapse with Belfast bomb claims: The Times
David Sharrock

Dear Hillary, I for one am grateful you and Bill meddled in our affairs: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Clinton In Northern Ireland (Oct 17): Voice of America
Editorial

US investment in North's jobs to be announced: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Belfast losing out to Bangalore: Irish Echo

Consultancy on Maze stadium cost £3.5m (Oct 13): Irish News

North is in denial on public sector waste (Oct 18): The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

Transfer fiasco is 'the biggest failing of the Executive': Belfast Telegraph
Kathryn Torney

Orange Order ignites SNP over Union: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Sunday, October 18

We planted car bomb – ONH: Irish News
Allison Morris

Car bomb device was 'capable of killing': The News Letter

Two arrested over hoax van bomb at border are released: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Police caused needless dissent (Sep 29): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Veteran republican has no misgivings over IRA past: Irish News
Allison Morris

'INLA statement is 30 years too late'-MP: Londonderry Sentinel

Probe '81 deal claim ex-INLA man says: Irish News
Allison Morris

Libya campaign takes 'step forward': The News Letter

Government will function when we address the past: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Hillary Clinton makes Ireland a priority (Oct 16): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Policing and justice sorted: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Sectarian attack on Rasharkin home: UTV Internet

Butler to oppose renewal of city status for Lisburn: Ulster Star

Sinn Fein must end schools' chaos (Oct 15): The News Letter

Why SF should join schools talks (Oct 15): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Data retention Bill triggers debate on Birmingham Six (Oct 9): The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Sir Hugh's already missing his old job (Oct 1): Belfast Telegraph

Batt falls short of Dev's gold standard on minorities: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Yes vote could make things difficult in Britian (Oct 13): Derry Journal

European dream has become British nightmare (Oct 9): The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Lisbon is as close as we're going to get to a United States of Europe (Oct 14): Irish Examiner
Steven King

Two polls needed on Scottish independence: The Sunday Times
Jason Allardyce

Saturday, October 17

PSNI partner was target of dissident republicans – police: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Families in fear after car bomb attack on woman: Irish Independent
David McKittrick

McGuinness condemns perpetrators of Belfast attack: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident threat is there at all times: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Belfast bomb attack underlines need for adequate PSNI funding: Belfast Telegraph

Make D-day December 7 – Durkan: Irish News
William Graham

Gunmen not a return to the past: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Shoukri holds secret talks with de Chastelain: Irish News
Allison Morris

Gardaí to pound streets of West Belfast on visit: Belfast Media

MPs go to Libya in IRA compensation talks: UTV Internet

Victims group hit by funding cuts in south: Irish News
Valerie Robinson

Bandsman sentenced in drum attack: BBC

Ulster should keep eye on any move towards Scottish split: Belfast Telegraph
Hamish Macdonell

Assembly members 'paid relatives': BBC

Nine northern MPs asked to repay expenses (Oct 15): Irish News
William Graham

Sinn Fein claims £2m to run MLAs' offices: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Not that aul' Irish joke again: The Irish Times
Brian O'Connell

No takers for Irish version of council plan that cost €30k (Oct 16): Irish Examiner
Gordon Deegan

MI5 bugged phones of Special Branch says retired detective: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Sectarianism, sword and security – the truth behind Pope's visit (Sep 29): The Scotsman
Shân Ross

The cost of parades (Sep 27): The Herald
Editorial

Why it doesn't matter if Bruce was born in the USA or in Bray: Belfast Telegraph
Kevin Myers

Friday, October 16

Stormont briefed on policing offer: UTV Internet

Lack of policing detail angers NI parties: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Parties not shown PM's offer on policing and justice: Belfast Telegraph

DUP policing and justice OK hinges on two issues: Irish News
William Graham & Valerie Robinson

What Hillary said to Arlene during visit: Impartial Reporter

Getting a glimpse of Hillary was well worth the long wait: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Only here could a warmonger be applauded for talking peace: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

SF in identity crisis that dare not speak its name: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Leaders in Unionist unity candidate row: Impartial Reporter

MP hits out at 'silence of nationalist'leaders: Londonderry Sentinel

Two held as 'bomb' brings village to standstill: Irish Independent
Rebecca Black

Security alert declared 'elaborate hoax': UTV Internet

Hoax – a remnant of our past: Newry Democrat

Police investigate republican street collection: The News Letter

Man who taunted dead Massereene soldier's family is bailed: Belfast Telegraph

UDA's anger over Shoukri meeting with de Chastelain: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Justice scheme gets green light: BBC

Inquest told IRA killed and buried man in secret grave in 1981: The Scotsman
Brian Hutton

Missing man shot dead after struggle with IRA abductors: The Irish Times
Georgina O'Halloran

IRA 'trying its utmost' in search for victims' remains: Irish Independent
Fergus Black and Georgina O'Halloran

Plastic bullet death under review: BBC

'INLA words are no comfort--ex soldier: Londonderry Sentinel

Belfast lawyer talks about Irish language case on NYC visit: Irish Echo
Peter McDermott

MI5 knew 'more about Nairobi than Belfast at start of Troubles': The Irish Times
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