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Tuesday, October 30

Sinn Fein's border vote call will only fire up dissidents – MP: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Flashpoint church parade is trouble-free: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Another parade... and another ruling is flouted by bands: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Orange hall rates exemption saves Loyal Orders £4.6m: BBC

It can get scary out there... you see the hatred up close: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

PSNI and éirígí at loggerheads over alleged 'death threat': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Two due in court after north Belfast riot: Belfast Telegraph

Men threaten punk icon Terri Hooley: BBC

Terri Hooley's sadness at assault by bigot while walking dog: Belfast Telegraph
Maureen Coleman

UUP unease at case's collapse: Belfast Telegraph

Gerard Gibson's mother in legal challenge against Historical Enquiries Team: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Pearse Jordan inquest jury fails to agree on key aspects of IRA man's killing: BBC

Corporation tax may not be the only gift from Whitehall: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Men coming to terms with the legacies of their past (Oct 24): Derry Journal

Michael D Higgins to give British Council lecture: BBC

Narrow Water to receive funding from Europe: Dundalk Democrat

Wrong Tone (Oct 23): The Irish Times
Editorial

Mohan reshuffle to bring British 'DNA' to Irish Sun (Oct 22): Press Gazette
Andrew Pugh

Scottish independence – Corby 'should have vote': BBC

Making a pitch for independence (Oct 20): BBC
Brian Taylor

Scottish independence referendum – the countdown to public voting finally begins (Oct 15): Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Monday, October 29

DUP – We don't need united Ireland referendum: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

DUP/Sinn Fein rows just sham fighting – Elliott: The News Letter

Sinn Fein propaganda fooling no one: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Human price of keeping the peace: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Orange Order parade passes peacefully: UTV

'Sectarian graffiti an attempt to stir up tensions': Newtownabbey Times

Three men questioned over Danny McKay murder in Newtownabbey: BBC

Two charged over loyalist disturbances in north Belfast: The News Letter

DUP lead fight to highlight the plight of former British agents: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

I helped to save lives yet I've been cut adrift by MI5 handlers: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Hung jury in Jordan case raises new questions about juries in Troubles killing inquests: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Responses from across the world for shocked community: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

22 Troubles jobs supported: Londonderry Sentinel

Culture Minister doesn't recognise Protestant band culture: Londonderry Sentinel

Will David Cameron grant Northern Ireland control of corporation tax?: The Spectator
Alex Massie

New play on Ian Paisley to open at Belfast's Grand Opera House: BBC
Martina Purdy

Oireachtas gives thumbs-up to Restorative Justice schemes: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Champion of the meek is exposed when mask slips (Oct 28): Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Rangers fan jailed for three months for sectarian chanting at football ground (Oct 26): Scottish Daily Record
David Love

Police probe UDA link to axe attack on teenage cage fighter (Oct 28): Scottish Sunday Mail
Derek Alexander, Norman Silvester

Memorial to Irish famine wins backing of ministers: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Independent Scotland faces EU application: Financial Times
James Fontanella-Khan, Kiran Stacey and Tobias Buck

Sunday, October 28

Two questioned over Danny McKay murder in Newtownabbey: BBC

Inquiry into SF pay unresolved: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Motion proposed to lower voting age to 16: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Northern Ireland politicians 'do the time warp' (Oct 25): BBC
Mark Devenport

Remove barriers preventing students applying to universities in the South – McGahan: Mid Ulster Mail

Peace journey can still surprise us (Oct 25): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Martin showing mettle in tackling SF: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

A Day Late And A Dollar Short (What's New?), Niall O'Dowd Joins The Boston College Fray (Sep 28): The Broken Elbow
Ed Moloney

Don't dare miss our spectacular year-long party: Belfast Telegraph
Shona McCarthy

Abortion clinic offer by Larkin 'unhelpful': Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Media has a duty to keep track of wider Euro picture: Sunday Independent
Michael McDowell

European Union Exit? Concerns Grow for Britain: New York Times
Stephen Castle

Former Loyalist terror boss sneaks photo with Neil Lennon: Scottish Sunday Mail
Craig McDonald

Glasgow's famine memorial stands for so much: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

'Join the queue' for EU membership, Spain tells Alex Salmond (Oct 24): The Guardian
Giles Tremlett and Severin Carrell

The Unionists vs Salmond – who will blink first? (Oct 27): The Herald
Ian Bell

Scottish Nationalists recoil from militant Quebec parallel (Sep 7): The Commentator
Tom Gallagher

Saturday, October 27

Orange Order confirm meeting with McGuinness: The News Letter

Robinson calls on Adams to admit IRA membership: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Robinson warns Sinn Fein to 'get in line': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Parties lashing out to blow off steam: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Exposing and closing the PSNI's revolving door: Derry Journal
Elisha McCallion

Marian Price fails in attempt to get charges dropped: BBC

Sinn Fein prisoner motion branded 'cheap stunt': Mid Ulster Mail

NI Secretary in visit to New York: Belfast Telegraph

Man shot dead in north Belfast: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Police in North investigate 'ruthless' Belfast killing: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Antrim attack – Man's knees broken with baseball bats: BBC

Belfast estate agent battles to get his gun licence back (Oct 25): Belfast Telegraph

Using the past to move to a positive future: Impartial Reporter
Lily Dane

Historical Enquiries Team to investigate 1973 Newry murder of 12 year old: Newry Times
Paul Malone

25th anniversary of IRA volunteers Paddy Deery and Eddie McSheffrey: Derry Journal

Politicians should quit the power games at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Going for gold in Glasgow: The Irish Times

Northern tourism being left behind: Coleraine Times

Deputy First Minister predicts "a fantastic year": Derry Journal

Derry hopes for transformative year as first UK city of culture: Guardian.co.uk
Mark Brown

The start is nigh (Oct 23): Derry Journal
Editorial

Time to shine (Oct 23): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

John Larkin abortion views 'sound' says pro-life MLA Jim Wells: BBC
Stephen Walker

We now need clarity on the role of our guardian of law: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Little Scotland demands vote in independence poll: Daily Telegraph
Tim Ross

Rangers supporters issued banning orders for sectarian singing during Brechin match: The Scotsman

Slowly, too slowly, the Tories are embracing ever looser union: Daily Telegraph
Charles Moore

Never mind the Tories – what will Labour do about Europe?: Guardian.co.uk
Mats Persson

Friday, October 26

Martin McGuinness holds first talks with Orange Order: BBC

Adams defines republicanism for Sinn Féin of future: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

A piecemeal approach to reconciliation cannot last: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

NI prisons chief bids to recruit more Catholics: BBC

Phillips joins Allister's TUV: Ballymoney Times

Megan Fearon in NI assembly call for votes at 16: BBC

Real IRA victim's family 'stunned' to learn of new suspect: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Second suspect is charged over gun murder of Ryan: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

No room for complacency in fight against dissidents: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Why are we still letting terrorists rule the roost?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Five rioters walk free from court: The News Letter

McKevitt seeks to have conviction declared miscarriage of justice: The Irish Times

Boston College Irish tapes – the truth about Ed Moloney's book and letting the cat out of the bag: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Permanent memorial planned and services to mark anniversary: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Thanks, Sammy, for pulling me from the bomb rubble: Impartial Reporter
Sarah Saunderson

Derry launches programme for 2013 UK City of Culture: The Irish Times
George Jackson

The Dangerous Edge of Things – a Visit to Londonderry: Daily Mail
Peter Hitchens

Northern Ireland Troubles website launched in Dublin: BBC

Challenge by Thomas 'Slab' Murphy to court ruling on tax charges: RTE

Graeme McDowell torn between Britain and Ireland for Rio 2016 Olympics: Daily Telegraph
James Corrigan

G-Mac – Please help sort Olympic poser: The Sun
David Field

McDowell – we should be told who to declare for ahead of 2016 Olympics: Irish Independent
James Corrigan

Attorney General John Larkin's abortion role under debate: BBC
Mark Devenport

People in positions of power need to behave with maturity: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Northern Ireland – Larkin with the law: The Guardian
Editorial

Irish Independence – Success or Failure?: Caledonian Mercury
John Knox

Thursday, October 25

Sinn Féin chairman calls on unionists to share power: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy & Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Fein – DUP needs to grow up: BBC
Stephen Walker

Northern Ireland MPs put Theresa Villiers to the test... but her first Commons question time proves rarely gripping: Belfast Telegraph

Government downgrades IRA security threat but warns international terrorism risk to Britain remains high: The Independent
David McKittrick

Dissident republican threat 'not rising but still real': BBC
Mark Simpson

Terrorist attack in North 'highly likely': Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Downgrade of terror threat from Northern Ireland is 'premature', ministers are warned: Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

PSNI 'unable to extradite suspect in Real IRA murder': Belfast Telegraph

'You should be shot', Ryan case accused told in dock: Irish Independent
Tom Tuite and Gareth Naughton

Death threat made to murder accused: Belfast Telegraph

Man charged with RIRA boss murder: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Gunshot wounds led to death, inquest told: The Irish Times

Pensioner arrested over dissident activity: The News Letter

Belfast men jailed for Alliance Party pipe bomb attack: BBC

Review gives Quinn family fresh hope: UTV

Troubles men tell their stories: Londonderry Sentinel

Irish justice minister – Concerns about Smithwick evidence: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

'Dissident journalists' find the going tough up North: The Irish Times
Laura Slattery

Delight as Narrow Water Bridge gets €17.4m funding: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Irish Protestant schools' fears over subsidies: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

The bad smell that has lingered over FF is lifting (Oct 22): Irish Independent

British or Irish, we should all be allowed to pick: Belfast Telegraph
Kate Hoey

'To see real educational apartheid, look no farther than your local Gaelscoil' (Oct 23): The Irish Times
Seán Flynn

Northern Ireland – sectarian violence and peace walls: Daily Times (Pakistan)
Musa Khan Jalalzai

Britain will lose nuclear capability for 20 years if Scotland votes for independence: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

MSPs John Finnie and Jean Urquhart quit SNP over Nato policy (Oct 23): BBC

Scottish independence – Case for UK split falls apart under scrutiny says David Cameron: Daily Mail
Tom Peterkin & Andrew Whitaker

If we are 'better together', what kind of UK will we be?: The Guardian
Martin Kettle

Government distances itself from Attorney General John Larkin over Austrian lesbian case: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Wednesday, October 24

Sinn Fein's reconciliation event at Westminster more than a gesture, says Lord Alderdice: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Loyalist Gary Fulton denies blackmailing businessman: Belfast Telegraph

Need for loyalist engagement: The News Letter
Graham Spencer and Chris Hudson

Accused recorded discussing 'chilling' attacks: Tyrone Times

Terror charges against Kevin Barry Murphy dropped: BBC

Children in fear after arson attacks: UTV

Real IRA terror charge man walks free: Belfast Telegraph

Boy, 15, on riot petrol bomb charge: UTV

Boston tapes won't amount to a hill of beans in court: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Family fight for justice five years after brutal IRA murder (Oct 18): (from the Ulster News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Council McGeough motion attracts criticism from victims' group: Tyrone Times

IRA victims seek answers in Libya: The News Letter

Steve Carroll Foundation to be launched in the New Year: Banbridge Leader

MI5 linked to blacklist of Irish workers: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Why we all should prize peace that EU has brought: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

WWI centenary remembrances should be jointly commemorated: BBC

Why are we not debating tax cut benefits? Go figure (Aug 23): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn Donaghy

Orange Order unveils new website (Oct 20): The News Letter

Survey into Irish border schools co-operation: BBC

Rangers supporters group to donate money towards construction of Potato Famine memorial: The Scotsman

GAA embraces every section of community – but it must stay vigilant: Irish Independent
Colm Keys

Scotland Out and Ireland In. South should ditch EU and negotiate new union deal: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Scottish independence – SNP reveal no legal advice sought over EU entry: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Alex Salmond accused of misleading Scottish voters about EU legal advice: Guardian.co.uk
Severin Carrell

Let's call a halt to poppy fascism (Oct 22): Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Is Gove blazing trail to see UK outside EU? (Oct 16): The News Letter
Chris Moncrieff

Tuesday, October 23

Adams says Martin's criticism of SF is bogus: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

NI parties hit back at criticism: The News Letter

FF leader's speech on North useful if it serves to keep eyes on peace process: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Parades policing cost 'unsustainable': UTV

'Exposing and closing the PSNI's revolving door': InsideIreland.ie
Pat Sheehan

Hate crime – Catholic mum and children flee home after arson attack in Newtownards: Belfast Telegraph

Orange Hall attacked for fourth time: UTV

Belfast's new Policing Partnership launched: BBC

Anti-terror police search Willie Frazer: The News Letter
Suzanne Breen

Teenagers charged with city rioting: Belfast Telegraph

Court reserves judgment in IRA membership trial: The Irish Times

Families welcome Police Ombudsman investigation into UVF collusion claims: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Shot Real IRA man's family want PSNI chief and minister to attend inquest: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Loyalist tension over UVF probe: UTV

IRA victims will travel to Libya to quiz Gaddafi official: The News Letter

Sinn Fein legal bid to stop libel action by Declan Gormley: BBC

SF accused of hypocrisy over station closures: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

McFeely says family 'on side of road' after NAMA repossession: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan

NAMA denies claim by ex-IRA man Thomas McFeely: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

We're united... in laughing at Enda (Oct 21): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Educate Together pupils 50% Catholic: The Irish Times
Seán Flynn

MP wants North-South machine tuned up: Londonderry Sentinel

Irish-Scottish relations on agenda for Glasgow event: BBC

No more power until referendum, Scotland told: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Amicable split for Scotland and England?: Los Angeles Times
Editorial

Brave Scotland – as the Scottish prepare for their independence the make-up of Britain could shift: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

Celtic shareholders urge club to drop joint commercial deals with Rangers: The Scotsman

Monday, October 22

Sinn Fein glorifying atrocities of IRA -- Martin: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Martin – Government 'complacent' about peace process: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Former UUP man switches to TUV: The News Letter

'Parade policing cost not sustainable': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

'Orange Order must follow through on commitment to talk' (Oct 20): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Charity success for bomb survivor: Londonderry Sentinel

Unionists and Sinn Fein clash over tree plan at Civic Centre: Portadown Times

Catholic family forced out of home: UTV

TD takes issue with Ballagh's comments on war heroes: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Historian warns about 1916 events: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

From murals to portraits – ex-prisoner's piece to be displayed in Belfast City Hall: The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Irish blueprint for sea changes and calmer waters: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

The Belfast-born Catholic who is a rising Tory star (Oct 18): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Out of Europe? No, Dave's just leading us up the garden path (Oct 20): Daily Mail
Peter Hitchens

A Star Chamber on abortion and a minister's costly legal foray – two ill-advised propositions: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Abortion Protest: The Irish Times
Editorial

Lack of tolerance puts us in bad light (Oct 19): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

All-Ireland rail network is the future (Oct 16): Derry Journal
Martina Anderson

Salmond seeks to calm party members: Financial Times
Kiran Stacey

Salmond confident in battle for independent Scotland: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

SNP voters 'fear Euro entry': The Herald

Scottish politics – dreams and realities: The Guardian
Editorial

Old Rangers move closer to liquidation as creditors approve the end of the administration process: Scottish Daily Record
Gregor Kyle

Sunday, October 21

Best thing Paisley ever did was say yes – DUP MLA: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Father and son are quizzed by gardai over Ryan murder: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Loyalists blamed as man shot in leg: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Home targeted in sectarian attacks: Belfast Telegraph

Parades chief – Unionists have confidence in us: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Breaches of parade rulings are a police matter': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Fianna Fail TD vows to bring McGeough justice campaign to Westminster: Tyrone Times

Row over Irish speaking receptionist at Council: Mid Ulster Mail

Memorial to victims of Kingsmill atrocity: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Jimmy Savile and the IRA – Predator boasted terrorist friends could have enemies hospitalised: Daily Mirror
James Saville

'City of Culture must include all': The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Creationism reference not a funding condition says trust: Irish News
Connla Young

Astonishment as legal chief wades into abortion row: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese and Lisa Smyth

Emotionally charged issue demands media sensitivity: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Wily Byrne struck gold in his talk with McAleese (Oct 14): Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Emerson fears for free speech: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Priory Hall families are having their noses rubbed in it by McFeely (Oct 19): Irish Independent
Eamon Delaney

'McFeely can rot in hell for all I care, he should not be free...' (Oct 13): Evening Herald

Scotland 'not an excuse' for corporation tax cut refusal (Oct 19): Belfast Telegraph
David Elliot

Corporation tax deal in the hands of PM – Robinson (Oct 19): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Celtic Tiger a very poor independence model for Salmond: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

New poll shows voters believe Scottish independence would leave country worse off economically: Scottish Daily Record
Torcuil Crichton

All 16 and 17 year olds to have vote on Scottish independence: Sunday Telegraph
Patrick Hennessy

Speech presents independence as a natural extension of devolution: Scotland on Sunday
David Torrance

Most voters want Britain to leave EU – Support for pulling out at highest level for 30 years: Daily Mail
Glen Owen

Saturday, October 20

Sinn Fein say Peter Robinson is talking 'nonsense': BBC

SF need to convince unionists – MLA: Derry Journal

Reformed FF has a place in politics: Irish Independent

Holding a border poll in Northern Ireland would be good for stability: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Man charged over Belfast parade trouble: BBC

County Louth man tells police IRA membership is 'a one way ticket to death or jail': Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cathy Hayes

Gardai quiz two over murder of RIRA boss Ryan: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Court told guns taken across border for dissidents: RTE

Paramilitary gang blamed for shooting: UTV

Council representatives meet Maze Board Chairman: Ulster Star

Police Ombudsman investigation into UVF collusion claims: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Investigation into police/UVF collusion on Shankill claims: The News Letter

Coroner told former Special Branch officers in charge of redacting 'shoot to kill' files: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Garda chief hits out at PSNI over intelligence: The News Letter

Re-emergence of FF is not inevitable: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Religious affiliation and cultural identity have long been intertwined in Ireland: Derry Journal
Editorial

Drinking up time for Irish America: Village
Michael Smith

BNP's Griffin defends republican slur: UTV

By George, Prince Andrew wants to switch channels: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Britain and Ireland in talks for war tributes: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Time to clear up legal position on abortions: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Northern Ireland – 'Groping its way towards the modern era': The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

We need clarity on abortion now (Oct 16): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DETI silent on creationist claim (Oct 16): The News Letter

Aer Lingus set to increase Belfast to London flights (Oct 18): Belfast Telegraph
David Elliot

Alex Salmond gains slim SNP vote for joining Nato: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Don't kid yourself Scotland, you still need the BBC: Independent.co.uk
Grainne Maguire

Changing course: BBC
Brian Taylor

'Breakaway' states pose big challenges for Europe (Oct 17): The Irish Times
John Bruton

Friday, October 19

Sinn Fein insists Adams still popular despite poll drop: Irish News

Doherty defends Adams after poll slump: Irish Examiner

Sinn Fein will struggle to reach a higher gear: Irish Independent

Peter Robinson accuses Sinn Fein of being irresponsible: BBC

Sinn Fein mayor helps Apprentice Boys launch £3m visitor centre plan: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

City street a 'no-go area for Protestants': The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Two men arrested in connection with fatal shooting of dissident republican: The Irish Times

Cake expert gave gardaí evidence in IRA case: Irish Examiner
Brian Kavanagh

Smithwick Tribunal – Senior gardai 'passed information to IRA': BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Thatcher has not forgiven the IRA: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Where would the IRA get weapons? By looking South': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

RUC man who shot unarmed PIRA man told doctor job had been "great until ceasefire": TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

McCaughey, Grew inquest 'justified killing' verdict to be challenged: BBC

When Northern Irish civil rights activist Bernadette Devlin came to America: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Tom Deignan

NI corporation tax – 'Final meeting' on devolving powers to Stormont: BBC

Police probe 'Nick Griffin' tweet: Belfast Telegraph

Anti-abortion activists protest at Belfast clinic opening: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

What's in a date?: BBC
Mark Devenport

National Trust denies pressure to include creationism at Giant's Causeway (Oct 16): Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

Ratio of Catholics lowest in 50 years as people with 'no religion' up 400%: Irish Examiner
Conall Ó Fátharta

Number of Catholics at record high – but non-believers make up second largest group in nation, census shows: Irish Independent
Aideen Sheehan

Ian Paisley Jnr hugs Scottish Nationalist MP in act of Union (Oct 18): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Alex Salmond gives us food for thought in go it alone poll: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Scottish independence – Spain 'would not allow Scots automatic EU entry': The Scotsman
David Maddox

Scottish nation will remain a dream (Oct 16): Ottawa Citizen
John Sainsbury

The Scottish independence referendum will not offer what most Scots want (Oct 15): Guardian.co.uk
James Mitchell

Thursday, October 18

SF paralysed by SDLP says Robinson: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

US court blocks handover of secret IRA tapes: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Court halts handover of Price interviews: The Irish Times
Áine McMahon

Gilmore to accept report from group visiting jailed republican Marian Price: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Hymns allowed past church during parade: UTV

'Orange "apology" doesn't go far enough': The News Letter

'Disorderly' man part of crowd chanting IRA slogans: Impartial Reporter

Man facing trial over knifing of republican Bobby Tohil: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident case – judge reserves bail decision: The News Letter

Republican graffiti daubed on wall: Mid Ulster Mail

Border Protestants bring burden to Dublin: The News Letter

Victims positive about Taoiseach meeting: UTV

Family launch 'Shoot to Kill' verdict appeal: Tyrone Times

'I'll meet family of murdered reporter': Portadown Times

Whatever flag Rory McIlroy carries we should be proud of him: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Craig Whyte claims SPL 'knew' Rangers were going bust: BBC

PSNI and An Garda Siochana unite in successful border 'criminality operation': Newry Times
Paul Malone

'Historic' Donegal Sinn Féin meeting with PSNI: Donegal Democrat

Fianna Fáil bounces back as second-biggest party, poll finds (Oct 16): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

New poll shows Sinn Féin losing out to Fianna Fáil: RTE

Northern Ireland's corporation tax battle enters the final round: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Protest at opening of Marie Stopes clinic: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

North's politicians revert to type on abortion: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Ian Paisley calls on PM to campaign for the Union: BBC

Independent Scotland would lose international rights, say experts (Oct 17): The Herald

Liberal Democrats in Scotland propose 'home rule all round': Guardian.co.uk
Severin Carrell

Britain's enemies will 'exploit Scottish independence to cut UK power': Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Northern Ireland delegation visits war-torn Iraqi city for conflict talk: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Wednesday, October 17

Gerry Adams calls for dialogue on united Ireland in light of deal to hold referendum on Scottish independence: RTE

Covert tapes reveal dissident plans to kill police, court told: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland murder victim's brother under death threat: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Murder victim's brother threatened by make-shift IRA/RAAD grouping: Londonderry Sentinel

Lobbying over Special Advisers bill sparks row: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Executive decisions about Ulster are taken in London: Belfast Telegraph
Boyd Black

Alliance holds key in flag battle vote: The News Letter

DUP and Sinn Fein clash over arches: Portadown Times

There are no 'no go areas' – Roads Minister: Londonderry Sentinel

Terrorist pins release on warrant rule: Irish Independent

Fermanagh victims meet Taoiseach Enda Kenny: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

NI boundary review sees Ballymena move to South Antrim: BBC
Mark Devenport

Mental health of RUC killing charge man is questioned: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

'Information key to achieving justice for families of the disappeared' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Smithwick Tribunal extension motions to go before Irish Parliament: BBC

Looking back at Stormontgate: UTV

Derry man recalls being hunted as the UK's 'most wanted': Derry Journal

MLA spells out fears on schools: The News Letter

Sinn Finn hit by new probe for taking slice of TDs' pay: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Lords call for corporation tax power for Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Nicholas Randall

McFeely failed to disclose 'certain assets', court told: The Irish Times
Ton Tuite

Belfast abortion clinic mass protest planned: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

We won't give abortion on demand insists boss of Belfast clinic (Oct 14): (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

Going to court over clinic may not help the cause of pro-life activists (Oct 13): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Ulster Scots and Scottish independence: BBC
Mark Devenport

Scottish people would have voted for 'devo max'. That's why it's not an option (Oct 15): Guardian.co.uk
Lesley Riddoch

Economics will decide the referendum – so is an independent Scotland a richer Scotland?: The Independent
Hamish McRae

Voting yes will create a new Scotland: The Guardian
Alex Salmond

A defence of the Union (Oct 16): The Independent
Editorial

Scotland's decision matters to everyone (Oct 15): Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Tuesday, October 16

Northern Ireland police sued over 'collusion' in shooting: The Independent
David McKittrick

UK accused of helping to supply arms for Northern Ireland loyalist killings: The Guardian
Ian Cobain

Northern Ireland loyalist shootings – one night of carnage, 18 years of silence: Guardian.co.uk
Ian Cobain

Robinson pledge over parades issue: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson winning numbers game: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Catholics need to join forces – merger of parties would help to avoid voter apathy: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Unionist education authority fears: The News Letter

Baggott in trust plea to PUP: The News Letter

Real IRA crackdown steps up a gear with dawn raids: Irish Independent
Barry Duggan and Tom Brady

Nine arrested for suspected membership of Real IRA: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Amnesty wrote to Ford over Old Bailey bomber: Londonderry Sentinel

IRA victim's council vote trauma: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Troubles victims want Kenny apology: Belfast Telegraph

Man 'admits role' in murder of RUC Constable Michael Ferguson: BBC

'Vulnerable individual' charged with attempted murder of soldiers: Derry Journal

Smithwick Tribunal deadline – Judge asks for extension: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Justice Minister seeks Smithwick Tribunal extension: RTE

Lisburn GAA get army land extension: Ulster Star

Gun man leads SF child vote campaign: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

SF MLA wants Armour's alternative Covenant commemorated: Londonderry Sentinel

Building bridges – Border crossing gets green light: Irish Independent
Paul Melia

Boyne bridge – Louth councillors vote to re-name bridge: BBC
Shane Harrison

Senators to dine with Vatican representative: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Agreement Signed on Scottish Independence Vote: New York Times
Alan Cowell

Alex Salmond hails historic day for Scotland after referendum deal: Guardian.co.uk
Severin Carrell and Nicholas Watt

All is changed – the independence genie cannot go back in the bottle: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

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