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Saturday, September 15

Resignation list from DUP grows: The News Letter

U-turn forced Paisley to quit:
Alana Fearon

Ministers under fire over victims' post: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 12)
Noel McAdam

Poyntzpass killer set to be freed: BBC

Last paramilitaries jailed before GFA awaiting release: (from the Irish News)

Loyalist killer's release under review: UTV Internet

Talk of release causes anguish: (from the Irish News)

Assets of UDA boss associate seized:

Loyalists are trying to drive us out of area:
Alana Fearon

Doherty has 'robust' meeting with Castlesderg police: Ulster Herald
Ronan McSherry

'Love Ulster parade will go ahead if talks not held': (from the Irish News)
Valerie Robinson

Victims group to picket McGuinness home: Derry Journal

McCausland backs Bill of Rights move:
Jonathan Martin

Irish Labour Party urged to fight in Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Friendship trip to States success: Down Democrat

Justice seen to be done: Derry Journal

US Marines to visit Ulster for Iraq help: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Lessons of Troubles are learned in Baghdad: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Friday, September 14

Irish language activists challenge Poots: Derry Journal

Assembly now has will and power to take action: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Politicians must be scrutinised: Ulster Herald

Derry Free Presbyterians tightlipped on Paisley: Derry Journal

Loyalists send bullets to SF members: UTV Internet

Praise for PSNI amid performance concerns: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Sinn Fein will take five seats on Omagh's policing partnership: Ulster Herald

History is made as MI5 looks for staff to work in Ulster HQ: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Inquest to be held into Maze LVF death: (from the Irish News, Sep 11)
Suzanne McGonagle

MLAs could be 'humiliated' if a truth commission was to be held: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Orangeman loses High Court action on march: (from the Irish News)

No money from America for peace in Enniskillen: Impartial Reporter

Calls for GAA to 'shed political ties': The News Letter

Ireland's call now is for an anthem that gets us off to a tearful start: Irish Examiner
Matt Cooper

Harris makes his peace with SF: Irish Independent

Hillary On the North: Irish Voice/

Belfast-style peace walls recommended for Baghdad: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

"Hamas Is Not the IRA": Commentary Magazine
James Kirchick

Thursday, September 13

Executive in 'paralysis' warning: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Chuckle Brothers set to get serious: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP councillor set to leave party: BBC

Paisley vows to preach on: The News Letter (Sep 10)

Right time for Paisley to step off vehicle he built: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

An easy decision for Paisley: The News Letter (Sep 10)
Alex Kane

DUP dissent over Causeway decision: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Causeway may cost executive: (from the Irish News)

NI Police Federation resists truth commission: RTE

Anti-SDLP posters ahead of Ritchie visit to loyalist area: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

On Her Majesty's Secret Service: BBC

Irish passport bar to MI5: The News Letter

Miami Showband massacre on meeting agenda: Belfast Telegraph

The war's over – and taken Ulster's big scoops with it: The News Letter (Sep 10)

Residential camp to promote peace and reconciliation: Fermanagh Herald

Modern marketing tools must be used to promote Irish language: Irish Examiner

Sgt Lee Clegg deployed to Afghanistan: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Piecework of peace: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Wednesday, September 12

Paisley praises SF move: UTV Internet

Welcome back to the real world, Mr Paisley: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Double role led Paisley to call it a day: The News Letter

Paisley the Moderator is a hard act to follow: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Paisley puts political power before his church's shrinking pew of bigots: Irish Examiner
Steven King

Paisley must not bow to church critics: Belfast Telegraph

UDA needs public support to aid dissolution: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Another day, another hand of history: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Testing time lies ahead for the Assembly: The News Letter

The Nick Stadlen interview with Gerry Adams – Part 1: The Guardian
Nick Stadlen

The Nick Stadlen interview with Gerry Adams – Part II: The Guardian
Nick Stadlen

Healing power of hurling at work in NI: Sunday Tribune (Sep 9)
Terry McLaughlin

Informants being put off – Orde: BBC

Laird wants answers on rugby Union flag row: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

IFA must respect player's wishes: (from the Irish News)

Foster may sue over 'bias' claim:

Warning over cuts in office staffing levels: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Allister ups ante in row over cash for advisers: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Fundamentalist mistake made by our politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Sinn Fein slammed over tax proposal: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

UFF claim responsibility for killings of Belfast men:

Ulster teachers aid peace hunt in Middle East: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Tuesday, September 11

'My party's not under the thumb' insists Paisley Jnr: The News Letter

President and Paisley in cordial handshake: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Devolution probe warns DUP/SF 'romance' will end over cash tiff: The News Letter

'Honeymoon's over – let's get down to work': The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Belfast's Paisley Loses his Flock: Time (Sep 10)
Chris Thornton

Showdown was 'narrowly avoided' at crisis meeting: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Paisley 'not forced' to resign as church head: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Church united again after it makes a compromise deal: The News Letter

Church political ties 'must end': BBC

New era means it's the end of the line after half-a-century: The News Letter

Degree of inevitability about Paisley's decision: The News Letter (Sep 9)
Alex Kane

No amount of rhetoric will save face for 'Lundy': (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Church move must have stung Paisley: The News Letter

Poots right to rock on: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 6)

MLAs to debate sectarianism in sport:

Bonfire bill estimated at £60,000: BBC

Education fund to honour PUP's Ervine:

Checks on Loyalist Volunteer Force: UTV Internet

Church of Ireland 'renaissance' on west bank: Derry Journal (Sep 7)

Robert Nairac in command at massacre says Miami guitarist: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Plaque unveiled to child shot dead by IRA in 1971: (from the Irish News)
Marie Louise McCrory

'Blue wall' among gardaí to testify against colleagues: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Garda criticised by Human Rights Commission: RTE

Monday, September 10

Church rejects 'Chuckle brother' Paisley: The Times
David Sharrock

Paisley pays price for political power: Sunday Life (Sep 9)
Alan Murray

It's a long, long way and it gets closer every day: (from the Irish News, Sep 8)
James Kelly

Economics of peace – Concessions to North are a lesser cost: Irish Examiner

'Chance for agreement remains': (from the Irish News, Sep 8)
Allison Morris

Gray pal 'links up with UDA rebels': Sunday Life (Sep 9)
Stephen Breen

Loyalist claims UDA is behind 11 new gun threats: Sunday Life (Sep 9)
Alan Murray

Staff may sue over 'stigma' of UDA link: (from the Irish News, Sep 8)
Allison Morris

Rights forum to consult unionists, migrants, gays: The News Letter (Sep 6)
Colin O'Carroll

Wright earner: Sunday Life (Sep 9)
Alan Murray

Al-Qaeda and the IRA – does terrorism work?: (from the Sunday Tribune, Sep 9)
Suzanne Breen

Police charges expose great bigotry divide: Scotland on Sunday (Sep 9)
Eddie Barnes

Will Scotland do a Belgium? d'Hondt ask me: The Times
Tim Hames

Sunday, September 9

Dr Paisley to stand down as Moderator: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Paisley happy with church decision: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Assembly knuckles down: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Fury as Basra troops appear in pro-UVF magazine: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Time to turn up the heat on UDA: Belfast Telegraph

Shinners on the slide look for new vote-getters. Party names director to rally the troops and fight Euro issue: Sunday Independent

IRA informers still living in fear: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Four deny feud murder: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh Wallace

The power sport has to heal wounds: The Observer
Trevor Ringland

Ex-soldier 'won't give evidence at appeal': Belfast Telegraph
Ivan McMichael

Paisley cleared over 'repulsive gays' comment: The News Letter (Sep 6)
Stephen Dempster

Veteran republican 'opposed oppression all his life': (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

Kelly leaves behind Republican legacy: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Secrecy a hard habit to break: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Talking peace, N Ireland to Kashmir: The Statesman (India)

Furore as author snubs festival 'because of sectarian Paisley': Scotland on Sunday
Marc Horne

Saturday, September 8

McGuinness hits out at the cynics opposed to Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Sinn Fein have been forced to change': The News Letter

Robinson hints at a deal: UTV Internet

Empey to consider DUP vote offer: BBC

What's the betting on a united Ireland by 2016?: Derry Journal
Eddie Kerr

UDA 'still far from decommissioning': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Five-step programme to peace if UDA is genuine: (from the Irish News)
Denis Bradley

Derry deserves better: Derry Journal

'I must protect my officers': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

New 'shoot-to-kill' hearings held: BBC

Cash concerns cloud search of past atrocities: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Coroners to gain access to PSNI files: (from the Irish News)

Man kneecapped in Galliagh: Derry Journal

Republicans hit out at Maghaberry prison system:

Dissidents blamed for bomb hoax: Derry Journal

City unsafe for Catholics priest warns: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

West out of script?:

Bebo to help boost the peace process: Irish Independent

Former British Army chief admits – Bloody Sunday 'most tragic' event of Troubles: Derry Journal
Sean McLaughlin

Learning from Northern Ireland: Nepali Times (Sep 7)
Naresh Newar

Councillors argue over procedure to discuss Palestinian twinning: Impartial Reporter

Friday, September 7

Tar-and-feather attack 'isolated' incident – Orde: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Loyalist politicians need support to succeed: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Body consulting on Troubles legacy invites views: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Orde urged to reveal Stevens probe secrets: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Man injured in Derry shooting:

Call for a rethink on school systems: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Republican parade branded 'insensitive': Newry Democrat

Sinn Fein under fire for condemning Aer Lingus move: The News Letter

Still clinging to 'not an inch': Ulster Herald

Electronic voting considered for NI: UTV Internet (Sep 4)

I still live with Ulster bomb horror: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Murals of conflict lay claim to peace: Toronto Star (Sep 3)

Poots' support for music centre strikes dischord with Free Presbyterian cleric: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 5)

English are quaking at the constitutional tremors: The Herald (Sep 6)
Ruth Wishart

Thursday, September 6

Ulster peace brings in a new set of Troubles: The Times
David Sharrock

Tensions grow in language act debate: The News Letter

Sir Hugh to be quizzed on UDA violence: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Jumping to conclusions over Sir Ken's 'unity' talk: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

SF to challenge Orde on Stevens report:

Orde bid to keep secret identities of informers: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Worker to stand trial over Northern Bank raid: RTE

McCrea called to Wright probe: The News Letter

Major and Trimble may also be called to account: The News Letter

St Patrick? It's curtains for him!: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Match shelved due to sectarian tension: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

Police blame CIRA for mortar-attack attempt: (from the Irish News)

Football will benefit if ban is lifted: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 4)

DUP's role in Iraqi peace talks 'ironic': The News Letter

Is Martin McGuinness addicted to secret talks?: Irish Independent (Sep 5)
Mark Steel

Wednesday, September 5

Paisley urged to appoint new victims' commissioner: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ministers accused of stalling victims' post: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Back from holidays, on to horse-trading: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

Youth deserve a future beyond troubled past: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Army sacrifices to be remembered with memorial: The News Letter

'Brute force': Derry Journal (Sep 3)

Two cheers for the PSNI:

Questions will be left unanswered in Omagh: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Paisley set to stay as head of church: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Brother of IRA man demands apology: Derry Journal

Gen Sir Mike Jackson relives IRA Paras bombs: Daily Telegraph
Mike Jackson

BBC dragging its feet on Irish broadcasting...again:

Runners participate in 'Pace' for a good cause: The Oak Ridger (TN)
Darrell G. Richardson

Clinton planning Irish fundraiser: BBC

Conquering sectarianism – Can Ulster be a model for Iraq?: The Independent
David McKittrick

Ulster ... the blueprint to end sectarian violence in Iraq: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton and Noel McAdam

Well qualified to give advice: Belfast Telegraph

Peace and reconciliation could happen even in Iraq: The Independent

Tuesday, September 4

SF's policing role will upset voters: Derry Journal

Super councils plan would have been a repartition of Northern Ireland – DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Keep 'black and white' punishments in the past: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Cruelty to any species in society unacceptable: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Ulster police chief – don't make me name informers: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott and Sandra Laville

DUP fury at Colombia Three man's book deal: Belfast Telegraph
Andrea Clements

'Bring on' Limavady Council inquiry – SF: Derry Journal

Replica guns at march condemned: BBC

Thomas's parents in plea to Assembly: Sunday Life (Sep 2)
Stephen Breen

Apology can go a long way: (from the Irish News, Sep 1)

Secret deal for roadmap to peace bears stamp of Ulster: The Guardian
Patrick Wintour

McGuinness 'heartened' by Iraq faction talks: RTE

Timebomb under the Throne: (from the Irish Daily Star, Sep 3)
John Coulter

Monday, September 3

Operation Banner review call: (from the Irish News, Sep 1)
Seamus McKinney

I can't go home and I don't even know why: Sunday Life (Sep 2)
Stephen Breen

Too much baggage to go on a truth-seeking Troubles flight: (from the Irish News, Sep 1)
Patrick Murphy

Reconciliation – Little can go a long way: Sunday Life (Sep 2)
Alan McBride

Still trying to feather the nest: (from the Irish News, Sep 1)
Newton Emerson

'Hall' of an inspiration: Sunday Life (Sep 2)
Pauline Reynolds

Did gardai collude with the IRA in RUC men's murder?: Sunday Tribune (Sep 2)
Suzanne Breen

Dissidents furious over loyalist link: Sunday Life (Sep 2)

Sunday, September 2

Terror gangs fight to keep street power: The Observer
Henry McDonald

The last laugh for Ian and Martin as honeymoon ends: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Truth about the Troubles is as elusive as ever: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Protests threatened over parade ruling: The News Letter

Politicos jumping from the SF ship: Sunday Independent

Final Beating the Retreat: The News Letter

Devlins and Hutchinson clash over claims murder was 'sectarian': (Aug 31)
Áine McEntee

Football legend tells of midnight meeting with top IRA members: Scotland on Sunday
Martin Hannan

Waiting game over, now is time to lead: (from the Irish News, Aug 30)
Jim Gibney

New bid for Sunday football: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Mural painters of the Troubles join forces to put the Fab Four on Liverpool's walls: The Guardian (Aug 31)
Duncan Campbell

If Derry really exists, can we have a better train service?: Derry Journal (Aug 28)

Poll reveals majority of Scots against independence: Sunday Herald
Paul Hutcheon

Saturday, September 1

More members will quit warns ex-DUP veteran: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Unionism won't survive on just an Assembly headcount: The News Letter
Alex Kane

My independence is questioned: UTV Internet

'Thanks for kind support' Bradley family comforted following Real IRA attack: Derry Journal

Brutality or justice? The truth behind the tarred and feathered drug dealer: Daily Mail
Andrew Malone

Tar-and-feather attack barbaric: (from the Irish News, Aug 29)

Change of language is now needed:
Des Wilson

RSF criticises Hume's upbeat view: (from the Irish News, Aug 29)

Arson probe after Orange hall attack: The News Letter

Facing down bigots:

Shinner falls off Orange hall roof: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

MoD's 'terrorist' apology: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

International Wall future in doubt?:
Ciarán Barnes

Stormont's fear of Belfast transcends party rivalries: (from the Irish News, Aug 30)
Newton Emerson

Violent Videos Upset NI Peace: Sky News
John Kelly

Sunday Times loses full-time Northern Ireland reporter: Press Gazette (Aug 31)
Patrick Smith

Sex-change republican wants cost of surgery written off: Belfast Telegraph (Aug 30)
Sean O'Driscoll

Hamas is not the IRA: International Herald Tribune
Zion Evrony


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