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Sunday, October 31

Blunder by caterer 'put police civil staff at risk': Belfast Telegraph

Police blame 'cowardly element' for County Armagh bomb: BBC

40kg bomb defused in Lurgan alert: UTV Internet

How scourge of gun crime started ... and spread like a cancer: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

A Timetable for Withdrawal: (from Fortnight Magazine)
Fergal Moore

Draft strategy to tackle alienation of Londonderry Protestants: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Catholic schools are not simply a matter of faith (Oct 28): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Shoppers resume exodus North: Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly

Hibernia lies in tatters as Britain simply gets on with its recovery: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Appeal to Scots Catholics over papal visit debt (Oct 29): The Herald
Martin Williams

Saturday, October 30

Unionists want to thwart McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph

NI anti-sectarian proposals criticised: BBC

'Intimidation and fear' in troubled estate: The News Letter

Translink pulls Rathcoole buses for third night: BBC

All ears are now closing to the UVF's double-talk: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Paramilitaries are selling fireworks to children': Newtownabbey Times
Jonathan Bell

Northern Ireland paramilitaries are cynically exploiting young people: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

100 civilian staff at PSNI stations to review security: BBC

Armed military on the streets – 32CSM: Londonderry Sentinel

Lurgan rail alert continues: UTV Internet

IMC's new report handed in: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Draft report into Iris inquiry examined by police: BBC

Sinn Fein member first to address Parliament: The Independent
Oliver Wright

Fresh inquiry on Belfast killings sought: The Irish Times

My hero – Jean McConville: The Guardian
Amanda Foreman

TD wants Queen to reign in Ireland: BBC

Anthony Stokes refuses to bow to mob after Old Firm siege (Oct 29): Daily Mail
Peter Jardine

Celtic's Anthony Stokes takes philosophical approach to becoming latest target of bigots (Oct 29): The Herald
Michael Grant

Church of Ireland loses big in AIB share wipeout: BBC

Protestant women happier with church than Catholics: The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

ESB's takeover bid gets green light: Irish Examiner
Geoff Percival

Friday, October 29

DUP in talks with police over Newtownabbey rioting: Belfast Telegraph

'UVF rioters wanted to send message to police': The News Letter

Bus services withdrawn after riots: UTV Internet

UVF-led riots – Justice Minister urged to bring in parenting orders: Belfast Telegraph

UVF ceasefire is a blatant sham: Belfast Telegraph

Republicans on murder bid charge claim 'entrapment': Impartial Reporter
Chris Donegan

Inquiry into alleged MI5 link to Real IRA death: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Security chief meets RIRA murder family: UTV Internet

IRA gunman turned author found dead: UTV Internet

Colin Duffy prison strip-search officers face death threat: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Governor vacancy latest headache for Maghaberry: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Surviving the reshuffle!: BBC
Martina Purdy

It's time to build unity not barriers in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Let's unite to end NI's special status: The News Letter
Keith Harbinson

Smear effort on Peter King over IRA links will fail (Oct 27): Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Londonderry PSNI assure Justice Minister over Fountain interface: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Victims make call on Facebook for Poppy Day bomb inquiry: Impartial Reporter

PSNI study claim over Adams and McConville: The News Letter

McKinney to stand for key SDLP role: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

How the bill was lost: (from Fortnight Magazine)
Tom Hadden

Northern Ireland economic imbalance 'will take 25 years to fix': Belfast Telegraph

Robinson backs care for veterans: Londonderry Sentinel
Patricia Devlin

Poll predicts two Sinn Féin gains in Donegal: Donegal Democrat
Matt Britton

Bankers did more economic harm 'than IRA': The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Man fined for sectarian abuse at doorman (Oct 22): The Scotsman

Thursday, October 28

McCrea snubbed in UUP reshuffle: Belfast Telegraph

New UUP leader removes Empey from Executive: The News Letter

UUP leader picks rival's supporter as his new deputy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Kennedy is new UUP minister: UTV Internet

Where next for Ulster Unionism?: (from Fortnight Magazine)
Alan McFarland

Claims of MI5 link to Real IRA murder investigated: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Family to meet key security adviser: Belfast Telegraph

Ombudsman's Report 'whitewash' – Lorna Brady: Derry Journal

RIRA peace talks end in broken jaw: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

UVF ceasefire questioned after riots: UTV Internet

Children 'as young as nine' involved in Belfast riots:
Henry McDonald

Buses destroyed in trouble cost Translink £400,000: BBC

Punishment shooting accused refused bail: UTV Internet

Acts of infamy stain our past: Belfast Telegraph

Time to cut MLA'S numbers not their pay: (from the News Letter)
Liam Clarke

Only unionists can create a united Ireland: The News Letter
Peter Shirlow

Wear your poppy with pride – McClarty: Coleraine Times

Congressman Peter King's opponent calls him a terrorist collaborator: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

US screenwriter and INLA gun smuggler to have his ashes scattered in Northern Ireland (Oct 13): Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Northern Ireland teens let their guard down: Salem News
Amanda McGregor

Catholic church struggles with cost of pope's visit to UK: The Guardian
Riazat Butt

Police called as gang of thugs lay siege to home of Celtic star Anthony Stokes (Oct 27): Scottish Daily Record
Kevan Christie

Wednesday, October 27

DUP 'won't rest on schools reform': Belfast Telegraph

'Bombers will not succeed' – Derry Mayor: Derry Journal

Dissidents simply following in Provos' bloody footsteps: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Officer suspended over police station death: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Real IRA shot sex offender: Derry Journal

Petrol bombs thrown in Belfast during second night of rioting: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Loyalist paramilitaries involved in riot, says PSNI: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Female bus driver hijacked in riot: UTV Internet

We're giving you your area back: (from Fortnight Magazine)

Gerry Adams McConville allegations broadcast: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland officials launch new search for 'disappeared' man:
Henry McDonald

Disappeared family visited beach 'grave': UTV Internet

From Saddleworth Moor to Waterfoot beach: BBC
Mark Simpson

No longer a forgotton victim of the Troubles: Derry Journal
Donna Pryce

Bloody Sunday report debate at Westminster: Derry Journal

Tom Elliott to reveal UUP shake-up: Belfast Telegraph

I'm so proud to be the wife of 'Ireland's Greatest' – Pat Hume: Derry Journal

Hume, the latter-day Parnell, has earned the right to be set in stone: Irish Examiner
Steven King

Corporation tax cut calls expected: BBC

Stormont is set to face first financial crisis: The News Letter
Graham Gudgin

Funding promises must be honoured: Belfast Telegraph

'New anthem fails to inspire': The News Letter

The Irish have reason to stay (Oct 25): Winnipeg Free Press
Tom Ford

Figures show shoppers spending less in North: Irish Examiner
Niamh Hennessy

Morons, masochists and mistakes – just another day in the Old Firm madhouse for Neil Lennon: The Herald
Michael Grant

Tuesday, October 26

Kennedy set to join executive: The News Letter

Principal's invite to Robinson: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Peter Robinson's school of thought renews faith in his leadership: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

MLA calls for talks with vigilante group: Londonderry Sentinel

Dissident threat – Destructive cycle must be broken: Irish Examiner

Bus burnt and car hijacked in Newtowabbey disorder: BBC

Cops asked to stop wearing poppies: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Community behind soldiers' welfare (Oct 15): Impartial Reporter

PUP braces itself for 'a new political era': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Assembly unanimous in concern over cuts: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Leaders face a radical revamp – time's up for the coalition: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Challenging times ahead for the North: (Oct 24) Sunday Business Post

Parties must face crisis together: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Downing Street bound?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Anxiety as review cuts create chaos (Oct 23): The News Letter

Call for inquiry into Poppy Day bombing: The News Letter

Catholic Church's report reaction was 'disturbing': The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Why should we let go of the past?: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Peace Bridge sparks name row: UTV Internet

Honouring a prophet: Belfast Telegraph

Inclusive pluralism is the way forward for Irish society: The Irish Times
Patrick Mitchel

Monday, October 25

Ex-IRA man urges nationalists not to pass information to PSNI (Oct 24): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Dissident paramilitaries see numbers rise to more than 600: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dissident republicans insist armed response to 'occupation' is inevitable: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'People did not die or take up arms for equality. They did so for Irish freedom' (Oct 24): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

We must dismantle lingering divides and create a reconciled vibrant North: The Irish Times
Duncan Morrow

Tape accusing SF boss Gerry Adams of death squad role to air on TV: Belfast Telegraph
Lynne Kelleher

Gerry Adams not John Hume deserved Ireland's greatest ever award: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Hume the great and humble has done more than many Taoisigh: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Westlink security alert 'hoax': UTV Internet

Roads closed during Newtownabbey bomb scares: Belfast Telegraph

Assembly to debate £5bn cuts in spending: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

The North must kick its handout habit (Oct 24): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Retired garda known as 'The Badger' to testify in IRA attempted murder trial (Oct 24): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

If Connolly came back he wouldn't be a Labour voter (Oct 24): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Time to empty skeleton cupboard of contentious bones (Oct 20): The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Bill is an important step on long road of justice reform (Oct 18): Belfast Telegraph
David Ford

Sterling drop sees shopping exodus north jump by 25% (Oct 24): Sunday Tribune
Neil Callanan

'Protect religious freedom' call (Oct 20): Belfast Telegraph

Exodus over women bishops – what will Rowan Williams do next?: The Observer
Riazat Butt

Old Firm fans' chants could cost clubs dear: The Scotsman
Paul Drury

Sunday, October 24

Unionist dismay as election case falters: The News Letter

Ian Paisley in new dig at Peter Robinson over schools: Belfast Telegraph

Securing peace is 'unfinished job': Belfast Telegraph

Uniformity rather than unity is desirable: The News Letter
David Latimer

Man injured in paramilitary-style shooting: RTE

DJ 'was going to be shot by dissidents': The News Letter

Sinister graffiti attacks continue in town centre: Coleraine Times
Nichola Forgrave

Moved by Marie's mother's dignity: Impartial Reporter
Lily Dane

Dead men talking (Oct 20): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Living with less money in our pockets: The News Letter

'Proud' former SDLP leader John Hume named 'Greatest in Ireland': Scotland on Sunday
Colm Kelpie

Big PMS savers asked to give way: The News Letter

Paisley admits to being strict with his children (Oct 18): The News Letter

Bloody Sunday Documentary to Receive British Premiere in Scotland (Oct 19):

Facebook campaign could see Ireland appoint first gay president (Oct 19):
Henry McDonald

Alex Salmond – 'SNP are not separatists' (Oct 14): Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Tories spark new surge for independence: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Saturday, October 23

Judge rejects challenge to Sinn Fein's Gildernew election win: Belfast Telegraph

Unity candidate loses election court battle: The News Letter

Cuts 'will hit policing powers': Belfast Telegraph

NI Executive in cuts appeal to PM: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Time to talk: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Smoke and mirrors can't hide the pain of cuts (Oct 21): Belfast Telegraph

Invest in peace not violence and hopelessness – Bishop Good: Londonderry Sentinel

Massereene accused's trial decision postponed: The Irish Times

Arms accused were 'on RIRA duty': Londonderry Sentinel

Bomb damage setback for new college: Derry Journal
Erin Hutcheon

Gun accused was dissident 'victim': UTV Internet

Party leader chosen for Assembly poll: Impartial Reporter

Segregation's 72,000 empty desks (Oct 20): Belfast Telegraph

Could the Queen's next step be a Dublin visit?: BBC
Mark Simpson

The Queen is always welcome: The News Letter

Council amend policy on erection of street nameplates other English: Ballymoney Times

Writer's memories of walking the Irish border: BBC
Nuala McCann

Senate president encourages partnership with Northern Ireland: The Patriot Ledger (Quincy, MA)
Jon Chesto

British premiere for new Bloody Sunday 'Diary': Derry Journal

Executive to discuss PMS rescue plan: The News Letter

Family of Holywell soldier killed by IRA awarded Elizabeth Cross: Flintshire Chronicle
Eleanor Barlow

Remembering 1641 at Trinity: The Irish Times
Kathy Sheridan

Downing Street writes to Sligo council over seized banner (Oct 13): Irish Post

Irish car bomb drink more popular than ever in U.S.: Irish Voice/
James O'Brien

Hume wins 'Ireland's greatest' award: The Irish Times
Stephen Mangan

Friday, October 22

Judgement due in Fermanagh/South Tyrone vote dispute: BBC

Brady criticises Robinson over education claim: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Politicians attack Robinson over his Catholic education remarks: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

We're already on the road to integration, so let's not rush it: Belfast Telegraph
Sharon Owens

Unhealthy separation of young people: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

It's a hard lesson to learn, but Peter Robinson is right about Catholic schools (Oct 19): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

It's time for unionists to stop digging: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Saluting peace: Irish Post

Dissident republicans sent a stark message: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Massereene trial decision delayed: UTV Internet

Police dismiss éirígí claims: Newry Democrat
Claire Treanor

'Dissidents will not gain from budget cuts': The News Letter

Finance minister to brief executive on budget cuts: BBC

Assembly to be recalled for debate on £4bn fiscal cuts: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Gerry Adams says NI Spending Review cuts 'unacceptable': BBC

Robinson and Paterson in £18bn row: UTV Internet

'Sectarian' attacks drive family from home of 60 years: BBC

Mother of Paul Quinn appeals for information on her son: BBC

Names of 11 dead read out in House of Lords: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Security tight as queen visits North: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

'You can speak Irish and support Union' (Oct 20): The News Letter
Chris Hudson

New York 'inspired' by peace process: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

'Full refund' aim for smaller PMS savers: The News Letter

Top Protestant hails papal visit: Belfast Telegraph

Thursday, October 21

Northern Ireland faces 'real test' ahead of projected £4bn cuts:
Henry McDonald

North faces 30,000 job losses in UK's deficit cuts plan: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

NI leaders 'angry' at £4bn cuts: UTV Internet

War of words over Ulster cuts: The News Letter

UK cuts an acid test for North's coalition: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

PSNI cash demand is necessary: The News Letter

Majority 'unhappy' with Assembly: Belfast Telegraph

Segregated education 'is wrong and detrimental': The News Letter

Integration vital to Northern Ireland's future, says community watchdog: Belfast Telegraph

Flying flags of dissention a threat to social harmony: The Irish Times
David Adams

Elliott wants to keep 'valuable' links: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

Memo to Tom Elliott – old Alf's not the target voter (Oct 14): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Security sources downplay dissidents' bomb capability: Irish Post

'British security services framed Queen's graduate over fire-bombing': Belfast Telegraph

Taxi driver's bomb terror: Derry Journal

Alleged dissidents were 'on duty': Tyrone Times

Massacre church arson: Newry Democrat

PUP leader reveals plans to civilianise UVF (Oct 18): The News Letter

UPRG label Dallat's claims 'pathetic': Coleraine Times

Outrage over function for IRA man: The News Letter

Family of Dungannon murder victim in call for fresh inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Death of a child is the ultimate nightmare: Belfast Media

IRSP relaunched 'for 21st century' (Oct 19): Derry Journal

Sought seat at table for Donegal: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

U.S .Envoy Declan Kelly hails conference as an outstanding success: Irish Voice/
Cahir O'Doherty

UK government to rescue PMS savers: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

'Fairly good outcome' for PMS shareholders: The News Letter

Democracy denied – voting rights for the Irish Diaspora in Britain: Irish Post

Lenihan the butt of Commons joke: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Salmond urges country to back independence (Oct 17): Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Wednesday, October 20

Peter Robinson – I won't be cowed by Catholic Church: Belfast Telegraph

'Wishes of parents must be catered for': The News Letter

Ending policy of schools segregation could save us up to £300m a year: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Robinson needs to go further on shared education: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Integration is not a political football: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson-McGuinness plan to tackle sectarianism criticised: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Double act learn how difficult success is (Oct 17): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

'New strategy' to tackle dissidents: Belfast Telegraph

Security Council makes republican violence a top four priority: Londonderry Sentinel

No justification for dissident activities: Waterford News & Star
Mary Ellen Breen

Derry man shot twice in each leg: UTV Internet

'I'm innocent' says RAAD shooting victim: Derry Journal
Ian Cullen

Fear that Derry shooting victim 'could lose use of leg': BBC

Parents' lives ruined by killing of soldier: The Irish Times

Massereene soldier discharged from army: UTV Internet

Murdered soldier 'had planned to live in Ulster': The News Letter

Mum hit with hurl says attack was sectarian: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Callaghan tipped to replace Durkan: Derry Journal

Apprentice Boys 'Talk' dispels many myths . . .: Donegal Democrat

MLA withdraws 'mouth from the south' remark: UTV Internet

Paddy Hill wins trauma counselling for Birmingham Six ordeal:
Amelia Hill

'I was robbed of my mother'- says Bernadette's son: Derry Journal
Erin Hutcheon

Commons plaque for MP murdered by IRA: UTV Internet

Mum's plea to UVF over 1972 murder: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Hillary Clinton urges more US investment in Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/
Barry J Whyte

How the US conference unfolded: BBC
Martina Purdy

NI braces itself for day of cuts: UTV Internet

It's always us kids that suffer in this marriage of convenience: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Tourism industry needs southern comfort: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

NI murder accused opts for retrial in Dublin: BBC

The cracks are now showing in the Church of England: Daily Telegraph
Tim Ross

Tuesday, October 19

Catholic principals criticise Robinson: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

'Robinson critics fear losing power': The News Letter

Robinson defends 'apartheid' remark: UTV Internet

Funding of Catholic schools 'must end': The News Letter

Security review lists dissident republicans as threat to UK: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Campbell moved over death threats: BBC

Policing Board play down 'leak' reports: The News Letter

PSNI seek £200m from Government for dissident threat: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Kill Unionists with kindness: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

SDLP councillor condemns shooting: The Irish Times

Former PUP member tells of 'loss': The News Letter

McCausland call over Irish language: Belfast Telegraph

Concerns over cut in North spending: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

UUP launches five steps to cope with changes: The News Letter

Cuts could expose Northern Ireland Executive divisions: BBC
Mark Devenport

Province's special case strong: The News Letter

North's leaders meet US industrialists in Washington: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan & Francess McDonnell

US 'has no spare change for NI trade mission': BBC
Niall Stanage

Hopes for a jobs boost from the US: The News Letter

Soldier accused of Russian roulette lie over death of Bernadette Friel:
Henry McDonald

Inquiry finds woman shot dead in Derry 35 years ago was murdered: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Omagh civil case appeal could face delay: BBC

Truth forum will not work – Hain: The News Letter

Stormont minister Alex Attwood slashes his own salary: Belfast Telegraph

Tourism Ireland 'is failing Ulster': The News Letter

Give us a state that's not religious nor atheist, but secular: The Irish Times
Michael Nugent

SF – Delay in holding by-election 'inordinate': Irish Examiner
Vivion Kilfeather

Bowler hats become the Order of the day: The News Letter

Monday, October 18

DUP call to end funding for church schools 'sectarian', says Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Catholic head 'astonished' at Robinson 'rabble rousing': BBC

Benign Apartheid: BBC
Mark Devenport

North's segregated school system faces harsh lesson in economics: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

PSNI's 50-50 system 'should end in 2011': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Fein say fewer MLAs will damage local politics: BBC

Ervine will contest assembly elections: UTV Internet

'Bomb fears' for prison officers: Belfast Telegraph

Man shot in both legs in Derry: UTV Internet

Petrol bombers terrify motorists (Oct 14): Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Glentoran fan is target for BNP: Belfast Telegraph

Masked IRA man's map leads to body in Louth (Oct 17): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Plight of Disappeared to be debated in Assembly: The Cross Examiner

HET to report on woman's 1975 death: UTV Internet

Robinson and McGuinness attend US economic conference: BBC

Leadership needed on budget cuts (Oct 15): The News Letter

For moral courage and sacrifice vote John Hume (Oct 14): The Irish Times
Sarah Carey

Miriam crosses fine line in greatest race (Oct 17): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Footballer disciplined over Queen comment: The News Letter

Walsh urges halving Irish language budget (Oct 17): Sunday Independent
Shane Ross and Nick Webb

Unwanted county plans in Irish cost €300,000 (Oct 17): Sunday Tribune
Conor McMorrow

Bishop Broadhurst is not helping the Ordinariate with his ridiculous attack on the 'fascist' Church of England (Oct 16):
Damian Thompson

A tiny slice of Scotland hosts pomp, puffins and power plays: The Herald
Andy Wightman

Self-rule to form key plank of SNP election campaign: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Sunday, October 17

Catholic Church reacts to Robinson remarks on education: BBC

Peter Robinson criticised over Catholic Schools comment: Belfast Telegraph

Education marker is laid down: The News Letter

City gangster runs guns for the Real IRA: Evening Herald

Man in court on murder conspiracy charge: UTV Internet

Security alert in Antrim ends after 'nothing was found': BBC

Detectives find pipe-bomb in car: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents told to 'go away and stay away' during Derry rally: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Ervine's brother is elected new PUP leader: BBC

United Ireland a long way down the line: The News Letter
Nicholas Whyte

Peacemakers to be applauded (Oct 14): Belfast Telegraph

Family wait as body of 'IRA victim' found: The News Letter

Support for relatives of the disappeared: Londonderry Sentinel

Bloody Sunday inquiry top QC's 'most emotional day': Scotland on Sunday
Liam Creedon

We need detail on Owen Paterson's cash pledge, says Sammy Wilson: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Extradition hearing for Gerry Adam's brother to go ahead in November: Irish Voice/
Antoinette Kelly

Paterson still aiming for PMS deadline: The News Letter

SF ministers call for Famine memorial: UTV Internet

We can learn from history but not change it (Oct 12): (from the News Letter)
Liam Clarke

Archdiocese to keep register of those who wish to leave church (Oct 14): The Irish Times
Eoin Burke-Kennedy

What difference will Pope's men make?: Sunday Independent
Colum Kenny

Sell churches to save poor (Oct 11): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Earthquake in Anglo-Catholicism – Bishop of Fulham to convert to Rome; Forward in Faith 'not part of Church of England' (Oct 15):
Damian Thompson

Queen Elizabeth elevates English: Philadelphia Inquirer
Paula Marantz Cohen

Saturday, October 16

IRA victim's fury over peace award decision: Belfast Telegraph

Fourth cache of Real IRA arms is found: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

'We tried to kill Derry cop' – Real IRA: Derry Journal

Hundreds at Derry dissident protest: UTV Internet

Irish Americans not funding IRA dissidents says U.S Ambassador to Britain: Irish Voice/
Molly Muldoon

RAAD warning on 'joyriding': Derry Journal

Cookstown gun find – conspiracy to murder charge: BBC

Arms accused 'on RIRA duty' – court told: Derry Journal

Robinson and McGuinness are keeping the show on the road: Belfast Telegraph

Would-be PUP leader meets with the UVF: The News Letter

Loyalist anger at car damage: The News Letter

Protestant community suffers paint-bomb attacks: Londonderry Sentinel

Politicians in anti-hate crime bid: Belfast Telegraph

Widow asked for decision on Billy Wright revenge attack inquest: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Body of man murdered by IRA over 30 years ago finally uncovered: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Probe into 1975 shooting death: Derry Journal

NYC Comptroller John Liu salutes MacBride win: Irish Echo
Ciara Quinn

NI education system a 'form of apartheid', says Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

The case for shared schooling is compelling: Belfast Telegraph

Unleash the dogs of capitalism: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Wilson lukewarm on SF economic blueprint: The News Letter

Sinn Fein mobile mast tax plan counter-productive – O2: BBC

Scotland 'cannot afford the Union', SNP conference told: BBC

Reinstate the UK Theme (Oct 12): Daily Telegraph


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