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Monday, October 31

Martin McGuinness may meet Queen: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein 'naive' to ignore victims' families: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly and Michael Brennan

Sinn Fein didn't get the top seat, but put up a good show: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

National identity central to new presidency: Irish Independent

New Irish president Michael D Higgins in vow to build bridges (Oct 29): Scottish Sunday Mail
Bruce Walker

Sinn Fein beware – Fianna Fail haven't gone away, you know: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

SF fills vacuum by standing up to Eurocrats: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

The campaign wasn't 'dirty', just scrupulously thorough (Oct 29): Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Sinn Fein gets a lesson in humility (Oct 29): Irish Independent

First citizen won hearts and minds: The Irish Times
Kathy Sheridan

Poppies walkout forces Poundland into policy U-turn: Belfast Telegraph
Colin O'Carroll

'Let's make this appeal the biggest': The News Letter

The politicisation of poppies (Oct 27): The Spectator
James Forsyth

Devolved ministers escape cull: Belfast Telegraph

GAA speech 'first' for ex-moderator: The News Letter

The soldier who took on IRA in sortie over Border 37 years ago: Irish Independent
Breda Heffernan

Greens reject call for party to split from Irish Greens: BBC

The get-out clause – why a Catholic royal spouse shouldn't worry Anglicans: Daily Telegraph
Will Heaven

Catholics still barred from throne despite law change (Oct 29): The Scotsman

Long-overdue constitutional change: Independent on Sunday

The myths of independence: Sunday Herald
Nicola Sturgeon

EDL supporters are young, male and anti-immigration, says survey: The Guardian
Matthew Taylor and Peter Walker

Sunday, October 30

McGuinness 'under shadow of past' says Alex Attwood: BBC

Sinn Fein's 'dirty tricks' campaign to thwart rival Gallagher was a failure: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran & John Drennan

A very mediocre result for Sinn Féin (Oct 29): (from the Irish Daily Mail)
Suzanne Breen

Frontline debate in history books: Belfast Telegraph

TV bomb was explosive, decisive . . . and dodgy: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Race revealed a multitude of ironies: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

The Twee man steals show in Irish presidential race: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Higgins well ahead of rivals as he's set to be Irish president (Oct 29): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Higgins to forge North-South links: Belfast Telegraph

Who is Michael D Higgins?: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

The emasculated presidency (Oct 13): The Irish Times
James McDermott

Long journey to free us from shackles of a broken system: Belfast Telegraph
David Ford

Ulster heading for another chilly winter of discontent (Oct 11): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Poundland backs down on shopfloor poppy ban after customers threaten boycott: Daily Mail
David Richards

Ninety years on, the poppy is as important as ever it was (Oct 26): The Scotsman
Neil Griffiths

We must find a way to heal old divisions (Oct 20): Belfast Telegraph

Monarchy's welcome move into modernity: Belfast Telegraph

A blow for equality (Oct 29): The Irish Times

Unthinkable? Disband the Commonwealth (Oct 28):

Rise in Scots backing split from UK: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Paxman criticises independence bid (Oct 18): The Herald
Jody Harrison

'Don't be discouraged by long peace talks with MILF' (Oct 12): Philippine Daily Inquirer
Jerry E. Esplanada

Saturday, October 29

Priest blasts 'warped justice': Derry Journal

I'm not A drug-dealer says shot local man: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

McGlone in Derry pitch for SDLP leadership: Derry Journal

A pot shot from McGuinness hands Irish Presidency to poet: The Independent
David McKittrick

McGuinness bags the Áras for rival candidate: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

McGuinness ran a tactical race: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

Gallagher refuses to blame SF candidate for dramatic loss: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Michael D Higgins – veteran champion of human rights, Irish arts and sport:
Henry McDonald

Ireland picks its President: The Spectator
Melanie McDonagh

SF proclaims McGuinness campaign an electoral coup: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Republican lie that never went away, you know: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

'Word of British Prime Minister can't be trusted': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Murder charge withdrawn in Martin O'Hagan probe: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Myers tells tribunal he will not reveal sources: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

'My Charlie isn't on HET priority list,' says widow: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

UVF joke blamed for brutal knife murder: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Long Kesh future debate: Derry Journal

Banned art work gets its first showing in city 33 years on: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

The X Factor fan who loves Spurs Labour's new man in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Australia's warm welcome as Queen announces reform to succession rules: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Right royal reform is welcomed: The Herald
Alison Campsie

Republic rattled by last hurrah: The Australian
Jamie Walker

UK monarchy to end gender, religious rules: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Paul Keating told the Queen monarchy was 'an anachronism' (Oct 21): Daily Telegraph
Bonnie Malkin

Why the canon of Scottish independence will roar: The Scotsman
Gerry Hassan

Friday, October 28

UUP may lead 12 committees at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Price of division is one our society can no longer afford: Belfast Telegraph
Duncan Morrow

Low turnout for Irish Presidential poll: UTV

Candidates 'no match for the Marys': Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness unable to vote for himself: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

McGuinness's oath to IRA rules him out under Constitution: Evening Herald
P J Browne

Don't vote for McGuinness (Oct 27): Irish Independent

UVF link to 'Legion' memorial night: Impartial Reporter

Ex-DUP candidate's 'fingerprint found on phone': The News Letter

Supergrass 'tried to forget' murder: UTV

"Secret justice" and "justice delayed" in the dock:
Chris Moore

Geraldine Finucane – 'I felt so angry and insulted. It was cruel': The Independent
David McKittrick

Tapping of phone exchange ruled out: The Irish Times
Olivia Kelly

No matter how long it takes, truth will out: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Campbell to appeal: Dundalk Democrat

Getaway driver's compensation award was 'unfathomable' (Oct 18): Tyrone Times

Montana welcomes Rita O'Hare: Irish Echo

Dean's 'national cathedral' idea gets angry response: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Sinn Fein call for probe into Crown Estate rejected (Oct 19): Belfast Telegraph

Headstones for war veterans erected in Glasnevin Cemetery: The Irish Times
Joanne Hunt

McAleese recollects tragedy on wedding day: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Corporation tax debate shelved (Oct 25): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Now even Europe's human rights chief admits British Bill of Rights is 'the right thing to do': Daily Mail
Daniel Martin

Royal equality act will end succession of first born male – rather than older sister: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

A rhetoric of distancing: OdessaAmericaOnline
Randy Cole

Thursday, October 27

Angry scenes at victims' meeting: UTV

UDA chiefs force McDonald to turn down City Hall invite to unveiling of republican icon's portrait: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

SDLP must 'revolutionise Irish politics': UTV

IRA victim's son set to lead Poppy Day memorial protest: The News Letter

Orange Order suspends former DUP election candidate: BBC

Irish presidential election - voters go to the polls: BBC

Irish Election Offers Signs of Reconciliation: New York Times
John F. Burns

McGuinness 'is suspect in double police killing': Evening Herald
Colin Breen

Storm envelops favourite in Irish presidential race: The Independent
David McKittrick

Gallagher continues denials as fuel smuggler sticks to claims: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan and Fiach Kelly

No charity from McGuinness in Gallagher donation row: BBC
Mark Devenport

Polls open... but McGuinness isn't being groomed for victory: Belfast Telegraph
Lise Hand

Harsh lessons for McGuinness: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

There's an enormous hole in the electoral market. Who will fill it?: Irish Examiner
Ivan Yates

South may be broke but it's not a cold house for 'nordies': Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Is the identity crisis being resolved? (Jun 30): Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

A long journey made possible by many friends: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

Supergrass trial – second main witness takes stand: BBC

UVF trial halted as fumes fill courtroom: Belfast Telegraph

King briefed on BC case: Irish Echo

Man released as investigation into 1974 RUC murder continues: BBC

Workers insist IRA tapping claims could not have been true: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

U.S. summoned to help the wrong probe: Irish Echo
Michael Cummings

ND students travel to work on theses: Notre Dame Observer
Marisa Lati

Why we can't afford not to improve the prison system: Belfast Telegraph
Pauline McCabe

Up from Cork to meet a hero of our wounded city (Oct 14): Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

UK Ambassador will travel to historic Boyne: Drogheda Independent

Salmond stands firm on mandate for independence (Oct 26): The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Don't be taken in by this selfish, spurious nonsense: The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Wednesday, October 26

Pressure mounts on Police Ombudsman Hutchinson to go: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Real IRA admits bomb attacks on Northern Ireland banks:
Henry McDonald

Real IRA claims Culture office bombing: Derry Journal

Real IRA taps into Irish folklore with assault on banks:
Henry McDonald

Unionists clash over Maze plan: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

"I'd have been ashamed not to join the IRA": New Statesman
Sophie Elmhirst

McGuinness 'should reveal IRA/Libya links': The News Letter

Relatives of IRA murder victims criticise McGuinness comments: The Irish Times
Elaine Keogh & Gerry Moriarty

Tax evader with SF link pours petrol on Gallagher's Aras bid: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Independent candidate claims McGuinness and SF ambushed him: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

RTE's McGuinness coverage has been abysmal (Oct 25): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

McGuinness dodges the bullets: Evening Herald

Why plump for elections when more glorious options are available?: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Don't pander to divisions, break them forever instead: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

No evidence found that IRA tapped phones: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Man held over 1974 Belfast murder: RTE

How silence on lack of Protestant students is real lesson in how little we have learned here (Oct 24): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Unionists split on student fees move: The News Letter

Province 'better off outside EU': Belfast Telegraph

Paterson's aide faces sack after vote on EU: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Would an English Parliament save the Union? (Oct 18): Daily Telegraph
Ed West

£41bn row over true cost of independence (Oct 25): The Scotsman
Scott MacNab

The Queen and Britain are now part of Australia's past (Oct 18): Daily Telegraph
Oscar Humphries

Beauty in choosing own head of state: Irish Echo (Australia)
Billy Cantwell

Tuesday, October 25

UUP ponders worth of executive seat: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Unionist MLAs put pressure on Elliott to form official opposition at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Paterson ovation: The News Letter

DUP gains impossible without UUP: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Marian Price Maghaberry cell furnishings not luxury – Ford: BBC

Bombers are fighting a losing battle – US consul: Derry Journal

Hotel bombed by IRA chosen for British-Irish summit: Daily Telegraph
Robert Winnett and James Orr

'Disparity' in Catholic jail total: Belfast Telegraph

Minister warns over Northern Ireland prisons: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

McGuinness could face war crimes trial, legal expert warns: Evening Herald
Tim McKenzie

Cleric voices questions over McGuinness role: The News Letter

Shadows linger on to haunt campaign: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

Martin McGuinness is a convicted terrorist yet he could be elected Ireland's new president: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

We are lucky to have Higgins as a candidate (Oct 23): Sunday Business Post
Vincent Browne

MI5 axes McGartland's pay for warning people not to work for spooks (Oct 23): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Ex-hunger striker seeks damages over search: UTV

Will murder of policeman shot in bank raid finally be solved 40 years on?: Daily Mail

Probing role of RUC mustn't distort reality of terrorism: Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Ringland

HET challenged over Provo murders: The News Letter

Council funds McFeely's fire cover: Irish Independent
Mark Hilliard

Bleak house (Oct 23): Sunday Business Post
Nicola Cooke

Ex-IRA man bought €15m mansion but made fortune from building hovels (Oct 23): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Belfast – Bloody Past, Hopeful Future: Huffington Post
Don Mankin

Empey tells of fees anger in London: The News Letter

President McAleese – She proved office is not just symbolic: Irish Examiner

Irish nation cannot be evoked without causing titters (Oct 21): The Irish Times
John Waters

NI MPs back defeated EU referendum motion: BBC

Anti-sectarianism law will drag bigots into 21st Century, claims MacAskill (Oct 21): Scottish Daily Record

Alex Salmond sure Scots will back SNP and vote for independence (Oct 23):
Martin Kettle

David Cameron must fight for the Union: Daily Telegraph

Monday, October 24

UUP chief tells of 'shame' over Orange Order's stance: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Order 'must revamp its out-of-date rules': The News Letter

SF stays away from Assembly meeting in Brighton hotel bombed in 1984: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Elliott accuses DUP of putting party interest first: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Elliott uses conference to call for Stormont ministries cull: The News Letter

Party in dire need of vision and plan: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Real opposition at Stormont overdue: Belfast Telegraph

Real IRA's Michael Campbell told Lithuanian court it was all a 'joke': Daily Telegraph
Duncan Gardham

Lithuanian sting latest in travails of Real IRA: Daily Telegraph
Duncan Gardham

Cargoes of death: Irish Independent

Ulster Bank raid murder of Bill Elliott is reopened: BBC

Cameron – Libyan rebels will support IRA pay-out: The News Letter

Omagh families want share of Libyan payout: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Buchanan family asks police officers to assist tribunal: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Cops probe 'illegal' SF collections (Oct 23): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Image of IRA victim is not political – artist: The News Letter

Basil McCrea bid to block higher tuition fees for UK students: BBC

McGuinness may have opened floodgates for victims' stories (Oct 23): Sunday Independent

'If I'd listened to McGuinness's words, I'd have ended up with a bullet in my head' (Oct 23): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

RTE News is guilty of a disservice to democracy (Oct 23): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

How Martin McGuiness' bid for the Irish presidency is being tainted by his refusal to apologise for his IRA past: Daily Mail
Ian Birrell

Don't repeat old mistakes when casting your vote: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Deflecting IRA question wasn't an option for Gallagher (Oct 23): Sunday Independent
Brian Lynch

Global effect of 'the luck of the Irish' (Oct 22): Nassau Guardian
Ronald Sanders

Mr Gallagher eyes the prize: The Irish Times

Human rights watchdog to campaign against amendment (Oct 21): The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Tories in EU referendum showdown: Financial Times
Jim Pickard and Alex Barker

In five years' time, the Union will be no more (Oct 23): The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Hands off referendum (Oct 23): Scotland on Sunday

Scottish independence – national wake-up call:

Sunday, October 23

Elliott backs 'streamlined' Stormont: UTV

Experience is not the issue: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

'Ombudsman must go' – PFC: Derry Journal

Paul Quinn parents hopeful for justice: RTE

Montrose blinded by its peace-process tinted glasses: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Gallagher puts it up to McGuinness: Sunday Independent
Ronald Quinlan

Martin McGuinness slumps in the polls as IRA past threatens bid for presidency: The Observer
Henry McDonald

McGuinness makes final push for the presidency:
Barry McCaffrey

His IRA history hasn't gone away; you know: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

McGuinness condemns killing but not killers of Jerry McCabe: Sunday Independent
Ronald Quinlan

Irish presidency – candidates go from sinner to saint: BBC
Shane Harrison

Will the President be on the money on citizen's concerns?: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

The families of IRA victims must give all of us pause for thought: Sunday Independent
Willie O'Dea

The Sting: UTV
Sharon O'Neill

Now the hunt for justice begins – Libya's secret files on Yvonne Fletcher, Lockerbie bombing and IRA weapons to be made public 'within months': Daily Mail

Ceasefire meant nothing to gangs (Oct 16): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Terry Wogan – The day I was sent a bomb as I broadcast at the BBC (Oct 13): Irish Independent

Dare to be different, urges Chamber chief: Derry Journal

20% of Magee enrolments Protestant: Londonderry Sentinel

Chance encounter led this artist to discover his roots: St George & Sutherland Shire Leader
Maria Galinovic

A slight overreaction, perhaps? (Oct 21): Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Britishness 'no threat to Scots', SNP members told: BBC

Alex Salmond – Scottish people will set the agenda on their own future: The Observer
Daniel Boffey

Salmond opens door for 'third way' to keep independent Scotland within UK: Independent on Sunday
Brian Brady

Salmond faces backlash over independence: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Oz PM couldn't stoop to a Royal curtsey – Gillard under fire for ignoring protocol (and not bothering to wear a hat): Daily Mail
Richard Shears

Queen still deserves right Royal welcome: The Sunday Telegraph (Aus)
Paul Howes

Saturday, October 22

Tom Elliott seeks united front in bid to halt UUP decline: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ombudsman wants to leave in January: UTV

Ombudsman offers to quit in January as Sinn Fein turns up heat: Belfast Telegraph

DPP hold 'robust' meeting despite protest: Derry Journal

SDLP must play the generation game if it wants to reinvent itself: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

McGuinness sidesteps Garryhinch murder: Leinster Express

'This idea that victims shouldn't speak . . . it's moral blackmail': The Irish Times
Róisín Ingle

Dissidents strike again – Pipe-bomb targeting retired female PSNI officer defused: Belfast Telegraph
Anne Madden

Real IRA member jailed for Lithuania arms plot: The Herald
Sarah Stack and Gavin Cordon

Louth man gets 12-year jail term in Lithuania for attempting to buy arms: The Irish Times
Daniel McLaughlin & Gerry Moriarty

The Omagh bomb, the Lithuanian sting and the Real IRA plot to bomb the mainland: The Independent
Kim Sengupta

Undercover agent risked life for years to catch Campbell: Irish Examiner
Gavin Cordon

Real IRA's Michael Campell and the Lithuania connection: Daily Telegraph
Duncan Gardham

'Imagine if you'd 10 bombs with a timer -- we could be over to London and back. Just tick, tick, tick . . . and we're gone': Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Real IRA trial reopens debate about sting operations:
Nick Hopkins

Sting in tale of Campbell's dramatic demise: Belfast Telegraph

Anger at army 'war games' in Roe Valley: Derry Journal

Detective beaten for not paying IRA for alcohol, tribunal told: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

H-Block monument attacked for third time: Derry Journal

'Special case' Stormont a costly custom to keep: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McGuinness wants Moore Street site 'restored to its former glory': Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

All DUP's MPs wheel in behind vote for European referendum: Belfast Telegraph

Gaddafi may not have taken all his secrets to the grave: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Gaddafi death, the Eta ceasefire and Northern Ireland: BBC
Mark Devenport

'I stand ready to help in any way I can' – Tony Blair's grand reaction to ETA ceasefire: Daily Mail
Simon Tomlinson

A Basque Peace: New York Times
Tony Blair

Terrorism is a national problem that requires meta-party solution (Oct 20): Today's Zaman
Kadir Uysaloglu

Salmond's secret plan to win Scottish independence (Oct 21): The Independent
Hamish MacDonell

Westminster plot to control referendum: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin and David Maddox

Alex Salmond issuing SNP conference independence call: BBC
Andrew Black

Failing diversity: The Daily Princetonian
Philip Mooney

Friday, October 21

McCabe widow says McGuinness met killer on the run: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Martin McGuinness 'met with killer': Belfast Telegraph
Barry Duggan and Eimear Ni Bhraonain

McGuinness says McCabe family claims untrue: RTE

'I didn't use Ministerial car canvassing for McGuinness' O'Neill: Londonderry Sentinel

Martin McGuinness – the choice for Ireland's presidential election: Irish Voice/

Irish eyes on the prize of president: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Senior Ulster Unionists avoid Orange disciplinary action: The News Letter

Hutchinson 'would leave before June': UTV

Ombudsman criticism 'hearsay' says Peter Robinson: BBC

Dissident protest and a police ring of steel... as the DPP discuss bike safety: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Police warn Derry vigilantes will kill: BBC

Call for election count changes: UTV

Elections 'seemed to fall apart' at count: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

£73,000 the cost of policing Newtown parade: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Bomb tribute should be restored, say protestors: The News Letter

Bomb find in Village 'not the work of outsiders': Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Man jailed over RIRA Lithuania guns: UTV

Loyalist supergrass denies 'voices in his head': Belfast Telegraph

Supergrass 'wants to look self in mirror' (Oct 19): UTV

Tribunal told of smuggling by garda:
Tim O'Brien

Republic 'must reveal role in IRA collusion': The News Letter

Confirmed Gaddafi dead – IRA victims payouts hope after death of ex-Libya leader: Daily Mirror

Gaddafi death prompts IRA victims tribute: UTV

Father hopeful of IRA settlement after Gadaffi's death: BBC

Dictator sent arms to IRA and was supporter of Haughey: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Ireland and Libya – The connection: The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Col Gaddafi killed – hunt for IRA suppliers must go on: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

Few will mourn death of Colonel: Belfast Telegraph

How President McAleese became the queen of hearts: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

A hard act to follow: Irish Independent
Aine Lawlor

Gerry Adams hails end of ETA armed campaign: Belfast Telegraph

End to ETA war in Basque country a great boost for Sinn Fein and Irish peace process strategy: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

'God's legacy' will help us to independence, says Salmond: The Scotsman

Thursday, October 20

O'Dowd calls on Ombudsman to resign: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Police Ombudsman's office at odds with Criminal Justice Inspectorate: BBC

New PSNI deputy announced: UTV

Paterson vows to get tough on dissidents: Belfast Telegraph

Controversial plan to narrow sectarian divide may be in need of 'significant surgery': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Electoral Commission calls for improvements to election counts: BBC

McGuinness promises to host Aras garden fete on July 12: Irish Independent
Majella O'Sullivan

McGuinness in robbery denial: Evening Herald

Where to from here? (Oct 19): Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Reality is us northerners are not liked down here: The Irish Times
David Adams

Advocacy Groups Weigh in on Belfast Project Subpoena: The Heights (Boston College)
Daniel Tonkovich

Funding request for HET: UTV

Only truth can mend the broken parts of our island: Irish Independent

The past is still raw to those in pain (Oct 16): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Pat Finucane probe will be a waste of £1.5m, MPs told: Belfast Telegraph

U.S. anger over Finucane inquiry refusal: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Cameron wants 'open minds' on Finucane case review: BBC

Myers believed at least two IRA moles in Garda station: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Hopes rise for Libyan pay-out: The News Letter

Controversial Bloody Sunday painting back in Belfast: BBC

UDA boss to help unveil portrait of republican icon James Connolly: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Ex-moderator promises challenging GAA speech: The News Letter

Ex-IRA thug McFeely is no pal of mine now, claims McGuinness: Evening Herald
Caroline Crawford

'Acquaintance' of Adams built a firetrap – Taoiseach: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Priory Hall – Sinn Fein distances itself from builder Tom McFeely: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Mystery behind how IRA hunger striker built his property empire: Irish Independent
George Garvey and Tom Brady

Sean Gallagher calls for changes to Amhran na bhFiann: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Private schools a necessity for Protestants: The Irish Times
Ian Coombes

Parents must ensure Catholic schools endure (Oct 15): The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Adams gives Basques a lesson in playing the long game: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Wednesday, October 19

Calls for Police Ombudsman to go: UTV

'Why I quit' – former Police Ombudsman chief Sam Pollock speaks out: BBC

Attwood launches SDLP leader bid: UTV

Alex Attwood – let's talk about SDLP as an opposition party: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McAleese makes final NI visit: UTV

President praises peace process on last official visit to North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

51% of Northern Ireland school pupils are Catholic: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

SDLP Gaeilgóir defends use of Irish in the Assembly: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Politicians divided over barracks rubble removal: Tyrone Times

Two way debate is a 'stunt' – McGuinness: Derry Journal

McGuinness the poet and juggler Davis reveal softer sides for the TG4 cameras: Irish Independent
Brian McDonald

Candidates promise to take Irish lessons, just like McAleese: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

If Martin's not OK for down there, why's he OK for up here?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Sinn Féin leaves ex-IRA blanketman out in the cold (Oct 16): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Finucane – a murder that still haunts me: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Simpson

Why the Government is so keen to let sleeping dogs lie (Oct 14): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Tribunal told phone to Newry was not tapped: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Unearthing 'buried secrets' vital to get the whole truth: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Supergrass wins court challenge: UTV

Hearing fails to set date for INLA feud inquest: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Developer has judgments against other properties: The Irish Times
Colm Keena

Adams can't appeal extradition: Irish Independent
Niamh O Donoghue

Migrants living in fear after racist bomb attack on Poles (Oct 13): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Griffin says retraction of TCD invite an 'attack on free speech': The Irish Times

Unspoken lessons from Northern Ireland's peace process:
Henry McDonald

True reconciliation (Oct 18): The Philippine Star
Yoly Villanueva-Ong

Celtic fans plan rally to oppose Scotland's anti-bigot legislation: The Scotsman
Gareth Rose

Rangers FC withdraws all co-operation with BBC: BBC

Will Nationalists acquiesce to a windfall for the Windsors?: The Herald
Ian Bell

Tuesday, October 18

Alex Attwood to launch SDLP leadership bid: BBC

McDonnell launches SDLP leader bid: UTV

Cool reception for Alasdair McDonnell's SDLP 'team of rivals': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

UUP needs to rescue the assembly: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Help us to develop a justice system to serve the people: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Givan

Gilmore hits out at Finucane inquiry decision: RTE

Government 'disappointed' with UK over lack of Finucane inquiry: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Ex-RUC friend of Pat Finucane's urges family to accept British review (Oct 16): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Shot Finucane 'was expendable': Belfast Telegraph

Ex-UVF man Hutchinson new PUP leader: The News Letter

This RUFF lot need a spell in English class: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Jim Allister says NI universities must address Protestant imbalance: BBC

Cost of policing parades and protests almost £6m in five months: BBC

GAA honours Ulster-Scots links (Oct 14): Belfast Telegraph

Miriam and Martin shake on it as peace breaks out: Irish Independent
Ken Sweeney

Writing's on the wall for Martin (Oct 15): The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

'Hi Peter, they're making it tough for me down here': Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Soldier's son did us all a favour in bringing up past (Oct 16): Sunday Independent
Eamon Keane

We should never hold election like this again: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Election is distracting us from what really matters: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Penny drops on McGuinness (Oct 16): Sunday Independent

Liam Adams back in the High Court:

Developer was Maze hunger striker: The Irish Times
Frank McDonald

'We bought our home in good faith... What do we do now?' (Oct 13): Evening Herald

Facebook bigot jailed for hate-filled comments after Old Firm cup clash: The Scotsman
Brian Ferguson

Scots won't show Union the red card: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams pushes for end to Eta's war: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ahern preaches peace to Basque separatists: Irish Independent
Kevin Keane

Prisoner swaps were cornerstone of Northern Irish peace process:
Owen Bowcott

Queen's University Professor Wins Prestigious Trudeau Fellowship Prize: Kingston Herald
Steve Gerard

Monday, October 17

Alasdair McDonnell – SDLP have to change or die: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Republicans to blame for PSNI parades bill': The News Letter

Mansfield slams government over Finucane 'travesty' (Oct 13): BBC

Controversy rages over Finucane review move: The News Letter

Finucane family to meet Taoiseach: UTV

Michael D fears SF in Aras would endorse IRA (Oct 16): Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Ignoring the past makes McGuinness candidacy a sham: Irish Examiner
Mick Clifford

McGuinness has some nerve to run, say family of young garda blown up by IRA murderers: Irish Mail on Sunday
Debbie McCann

'Traitor McGuinness' – IRA families fury at Sinn Fein presidential candidate: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Uneasy riders who do not understand the Republic (Oct 16): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

McGuinness showed 'no mercy' to bomb victims: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

McGuinness plays victim in election he cannot win (Oct 16): Sunday Independent
Willie O'Dea

Dogged Miriam's note of incredulity says it all (Oct 16): Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

Dragons' Den star emerges as main man in Ireland's presidential race:
Henry McDonald

Top three candidates still have questions to answer: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Presidential election – Gallagher's lead seems unassailable: Irish Examiner

Soldiers now popular across divide say Army: The News Letter

We do not have to be anti-British to be Irish (Oct 16): Sunday Independent
Emer O'Kelly

'Poppy Day' bombers may never be caught (Oct 14): The News Letter

Putting the brakes on fuel laundering: Belfast Telegraph

Minister says Prison Service needs 'fundamental reform': BBC

Bishop silent on CoI gay row: The News Letter

Adams, Ahern and Blair in final push for Eta peace deal (Oct 16): Sunday Business Post
Pat Leahy

Majority of UK now supports independence: The Herald
Catriona Stewart

'Independence' definition needed as UK support rises: The Scotsman

Sunday, October 16

Minister tells Tom 'you need to look at all cultures': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Hutchinson elected PUP leader: UTV

The interview that has come back to haunt a presidential candidate: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Sean Gallagher joins frontrunners in Irish presidential race:
Henry McDonald

McGuinness finds that it is a long, long way from there to Down Here: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Victims of Troubles haven't gone away, you know: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Seven sing from same as Gaeilge hymn sheet (Oct 13): The Irish Times
Pól Ó Muirí

Watching and waiting: Irish Echo

DUP candidate charged with pipe bomb offences: BBC

Ballymaconnelly Parade cost over £74k to police: Ballymoney Times

The loyalist parade that cost a 'shocking' £70,000 to police: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

BC archive case appears politically motivated: Irish Echo
Tom Fox

Blanketmen reunion a huge success as former comrades flock to massive event: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Unravelling secrets of our troubled past (Oct 14): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

How a life lesson finally got through: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Reilly accepts MacBride award at AOH dinner: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

'Back Derry' – Taoiseach tells world forum (Oct 12): Derry Journal

O'Dowd's lesson for other ministers (Sep 27): Belfast Telegraph

Time for brand Fine Gael to get a new slogan (Oct 11): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Venomous culture in the media targets Catholicism (Oct 14): The Irish Times
John Waters

The EU and Ireland – the importance of being close to Boston and Brussels: Irish Voice/


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