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Tuesday, September 15

SDLP delivers a damning critique of the story so far: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Voting system shake-up plan likely to cause more clashes: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Decisions should be made by inclusive consensus: Irish News
Roy Garland

Executive must deliver if it's to maintain our hard-won peace: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Parties must unite to implement devolution: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Dear Peter and Martin, you've failed most of the tests so far...: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

'Immense' interest in Llibya case: The News Letter

Stormont backs IRA victims' demands of Libya: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

SF say Libya motion is 'partisan': BBC

£17m cut the PSNI simply cannot afford: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

PSNI decisions 'not reliable': UTV Internet

Dissidents to protest over presence of PSNI: Irish News

Dissident suspects launch legal challenge: UTV Internet

We are facing dangerous times: Belfast Telegraph

Adams's popularity as Sinn Fein president slumps to all-time low: Irish News

Elderly woman's home targetted with sectarian grafitti: The News Letter

GAA player shot in paramilitary-style attack facing assault charge: Belfast Telegraph

Preliminary hearing into IRA men's deaths opens: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

SAS men face quiz over IRA shootings 20 years ago: The Scotsman

Kennedy lured Reagan to Irish issue by promising him he could tell jokes: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

New envoy aims to advance US investment in North: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Irish 'bad bank' threatens Northern Ireland's economy, warns McGuinness:
Henry McDonald

Agency must not damage North's economy – Foster: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

A blind eye and some tit-for-tat isn't going to help Irish economy: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Granny told me not to marry a Catholic, Tony Blair tells paper: The Guardian
Tom Kington

Monday, September 14

DUP vote plan 'not caused by TUV': BBC

Dissidents pose severe threat to officers, says Ulster police chief:
Henry McDonald

Bomb dissidents held up shop to trap cops: Sunday Life (Sep 13)
David O'Dornan

Bomb find highlights splinter group threat: Sunday Business Post (Sep 13)

UDA ceasefire 'was strained': Londonderry Sentinel (Sep 9)
Eamon Sweeney

The enduring scar of sectarianism: The Independent
David McKittrick

The lingering sectarian troubles of Northern Ireland: The Independent

Convention to shed Belfast's racism tag: UTV Internet (Sep 8)

Libya compensation must have 'full support':

Bomb survivor supports bid for compensation: The News Letter (Sep 8)

Blood Donation: Sunday Tribune (Sep 13)
Suzanne Breen

Computer glitch leaves Ulster terrorists 'invisible': The Times
Sean O'Neill

Privy Council move sectarian and wasteful – DUP: Londonderry Sentinel (Sep 9)

Call to remove 'tattered' flags: Derry Journal (Sep 8)

Notarantonio fails in bid to have sentence reduced: Irish News (Sep 12)

Special envoy to North named: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

How 9/11 ended America's love affair with the Provos: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 11)
Malachi O'Doherty

Mary Robinson and Gerry Adams – her finest hour: Irish Voice/ (Sep 4)
Niall O'Dowd

The true cost of violence in Ireland: Belfast Media (Sep 11)
Des Wilson

Scheme to push language 'ignored': Irish News (Sep 7)
Simon Doyle

Centre serves as key plank of North-South co-operation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gay man – Iris had me questioned by police: Irish News (Sep 8)
Allison Morris

SF called on to break link with British Eurosceptics: Sunday Tribune (Sep 13)
Conor McMorrow

Declan Ganley returns to 'no' campaign in Ireland's second Lisbon referendum: The Times
David Sharrock

Sunday, September 13

Hijack of van leads to fear of new bombing: Sunday Independent
Don Lavery

Public helped police find landmine: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Bomb set to mark Orde's departure: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

Activities of dissident morons won't succeed: Irish News
James Kelly

Che's bloody legacy flows on in dissident and republican alike: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

PSNI deserves full support: Irish News

'Ability to deal with terrorism being lost': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Since when did Patten become God?: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Success in Garda course 'not up to North standards': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Loyalists seeking equality: Londonderry Sentinel (Sep 10)
Eamon Sweeney

Newton Emerson – stalling won't stop search for the truth: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

Why we cannot airbrush Libyan legacy from history: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

'Mexican' dismisses rumours of recent split: Londonderry Sentinel (Sep 10)
Eamon Sweeney

RAAD and the 'war on drugs': Derry Journal (Sep 8)
Eamonn McCann

New evidence delays Loughinisland report: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Weeks of delay in atrocity report: BBC

RUC informers 'knew about Loughinisland shootings': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Father's fury as 'supergrass' is seen in Tandragee: Portadown Times (Sep 4)

'Another Saturday sectarian assault' in eyes of officer: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Guildhall sought for Saville launch: Derry Journal

Women at war – on the campaigning frontlines: The Observer
Elizabeth Day

Call for 1973 bomb memorial: Coleraine Times (Sep 9)
David Rankin

The Black & The Green Honoree – William C. Thompson, Jr.: Irish Echo

Old hatreds set aside for sake of assets: Sunday Independent
Concubhar O Liathain

Seamus Heaney launches fierce attack on Irish opponents of Lisbon Treaty: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Brian Cowen is ready to go down doing his duty: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

1,500 expected to take part in Orange march in Carlisle: Carlisle News & Star
Chris Story

Saturday, September 12

Real IRA responsible for bombs outside homes of police officer's relatives: The Guardian
Ronan Fanning

Community outraged by RIRA attacks: BBC
Freya McClements

PSNI officer defies bombs threat: Belfast Telegraph
Will Ellison and Brendan McDaid

Improvised bomb in Donegal made safe: The Irish Times
Michael McHugh

Town is stunned by discovery of 'viable' bomb in busy centre: Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

Derry family hits out at Real IRA: UTV Internet

Sinister attempts to intimidate the entire community – Durkan: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Car seized in Forkhill probe: Belfast Telegraph

ONH bomb bid foiled by other dissidents: Irish News
Allison Morris

INLA claim Creggan shooting: Derry Journal

'McGuinness helped maintain UDA ceasefire': Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Terrorism is back in Northern Ireland: The Spectator
Paul Bew

Man seriously injured in NI attack:
Aoife Carr

No help for policeman: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Case leads to speculation of 'al-Qaida' courts policy: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Clinton announces Kelly as economic envoy to North: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Board face possible legal action: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Money? No truth? Yes: Belfast Media
Áine McEntee

SAS training soldiers from Libyan regime that provided explosives to IRA terrorists: The Times
Sadie Gray

Irish government urged to back Libya cash bid: The News Letter

What I told Shaun Woodward about Libya compo: Belfast Media
Gerry Adams

Libya, IRA and the West: Pakistan Observer
Aijaz Zaka Syed

Loughinisland report to reveal 'major failings': Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Flanagan denies blaming family for Hamill's death: Irish News

Equality bosses question Lisburn over union flag: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Poker players raise issue of a suit-able flag for north's team: Irish News
Claire Simpson

City name change row deserves our full attention: The News Letter

Sinn Fein snub dinner for new mayor: Belfast Telegraph

Alliance councillor defects to Tories: UTV Internet

Alliance defector earns former leader's wrath: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Former GAA player joins FF: Irish News

British ambassador moved by welcome: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Friday, September 11

Robinson 'disappointed' at McGuinness comments: The News Letter

Deal reached over re-housing fund: BBC

Under threat soldier feels 'let down by government': The News Letter

Minister must help threatened officers: The News Letter

Libyan semtex linked to Ballygawley bombing: Ulster Herald
Mark McKelvey

NIO 'abandoned' victims' Libya compensation bid: The News Letter

How victims of Gaddafi's arms deal with the IRA were sold out: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 8)
Eric Waugh

Inept handling hinders claim: Irish News (Sep 8)

PM's actions smack of appeasement: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 8)

Questions over PSNI's ability to deal with threat: The News Letter

Nowhere near 'wire' in financial la-la-land: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Unionists must unite!: Londonderry Sentinel (Sep 10)

Sinn Fein has a month to nominate replacement for fourth defection: Impartial Reporter

Bravery award for bomb expert: UTV Internet

Bandsman attacked by sectarian gang: Ulster Herald
Michele Canning

How fight against water charges could erode sectarian rivalries: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

SF mayor at victims' event was 'sickening': The News Letter

Orde's race had its ups and downs: The News Letter (Sep 9)
Norman Hamill

Police Ombudsman postpones Loughinisland murders report: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Strabane republican commemoration: Derry Journal (Sep 8)

Dissident trio facing 20-year sentences: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Dissident cleared of PSNI assault: BBC

RUC chief denies official's claims he criticised Hamills: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionists 'bullied' in online history battle: The News Letter

Trailblazer Liu backs MacBride principles, immigration reform: Irish Echo
Peter McDermott

Thursday, September 10

DUP to press on with plan to overhaul voting rules: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP 'wants GFA review' – Durkan: UTV Internet

Voting clash may signal deepening tensions between Stormont chiefs: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Future justice department 'in doubt': UTV Internet

Balancing act a challenge for Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Police are under resourced and badly stretched, say MPs in Ireland: The Times
David Sharrock

Policeman 'mustn't be political pawn': UTV Internet

Ritchie's fury at public row over police officer rehousing: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ulster police row shows sectarian strains: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

PSNI is a 'model' – Patten: UTV Internet

Key figures in policing reform judge progress: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Calls for extra resources after 60 dissident bomb attacks in 18 months: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Splinter groups distract police: BBC

British army will not be sent back into south Armagh: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Own goal' fears may have put stop to bomb: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Adams speaks of outrage at bomb: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Dissidents left bomb where kids often play: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Roadside device an 'attempt to diversify': Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Walking a very difficult tightrope: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Even though the Border is invisible, it is cherished by those who purport to loathe it -- it is ours: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

The bomb in south Armagh: The Irish Times

RIRA intentions chillingly clear: Irish News

Anger as Bogside 'peace' gates are removed: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein supports case against Gaddafi: The News Letter

Libyan weaponry used throughout Troubles: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Hillary Clinton set to visit Ireland in October: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Residents 'are being intimidated': BBC

Grandmother vows to leave after attack: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Boxer 'volunteered to shoot UDA boss': Belfast Telegraph

Former IRA man and victims' relatives share Forum: Fermanagh Herald

You expect more from a human rights body: The Irish Times
David Adams

Eoghan Harris and the battle for democracy: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Wednesday, September 9

DUP, Sinn Fein row over assembly: BBC

Call to change Stormont voting 'driven by fear of SF dominance': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Assembly reform 'at core' of devolution: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Time for change: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Straw backs devolved justice: Irish News

Army defuses huge bomb on Northern Ireland border:
Henry McDonald

Armagh bomb was biggest device in eight years: Belfast Telegraph

Real IRA the chief suspects as border bomb carnage averted: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Splinter group' behind road bomb: BBC

Ahern pledges to tackle dissidents:
Kilian Doyle

Residents deplore attempted bomb attack near Border: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Bomb was opposite my home: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Resurgence of Irish republic terrorism: The Times
David Sharrock

Bomb a stark reminder that dissidents have not gone away: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Their war is not over: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Security must be based on real events: The News Letter

Support PSNI or bring back troops': The News Letter

Gerry Adams – Unrepentant Irishman: The Independent
Johann Hari

Soldiers 'could mutiny over PM's Libyan stance': The News Letter

IRA victims representatives meet support group: UTV Internet

Libya 'surprise' at pay-out row: BBC

Sue Irish in US, says Libyan minister: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

We'll take our case to Obama, say Libya campaigners: Belfast Telegraph

Pursue those who armed loyalists too – victim: The News Letter

Why PM's U-turn is an insult to victims: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

A compensation double standard:
Gerry Adams

Yes, Gordon you can do what's right for victims: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

One man's principled move is another's forced U-turn: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Why Ulster victims should meet Megrahi: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Government 'has duty to help officer': The News Letter

Man shot in legs after being abducted: UTV Internet

Police probe into hunger strike rally: The News Letter

Barracks murders defendant in hospital: Irish News
Allison Morris

Coat 'links man to police murder': BBC

DPP stops soldier murder trial : BBC

LVF 'warned potential witness in Hamill case': Irish News
Bimpe Archer and Valerie Robinson

Protestants could totally 'disengage' from city life: Derry Journal

NI 'needs say on Irish bad bank': BBC

Tuesday, September 8

Loyalists groups to fully decommission – IICD: RTE

Loyalist weapons – It's no longer about rust: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Insufficient evidence to prosecute McGuinness: The News Letter (Sep 5)

Brown Backs Families' Fight With Libya for I.R.A. Attacks: New York Times
Sarah Lyall

Libya compensation – Gordon Brown's IRA help claims unravel: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Porter and John Bingham

Government faces new pressure over IRA victims and British plane downed in 1971:
Nicholas Watt and Henry McDonald

Deal with Libya on IRA victims close, claims lawyer: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Libya case families in defiant vow – Dithering PM won't stop fight for justice: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

There must be no victims hierarchy, says Adams: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

IRA's Libyan connection – Weapons of death that came in waves: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

How Brown's new ally Libya armed IRA to the teeth: Irish Independent
Andrew Pierce

PM's U-turn may assist the victims: The News Letter

Local faces on Victims Forum: Derry Journal

Victims' Forum IRA man 'an obscenity': The News Letter (Sep 5)

Government 'should pay victims': BBC

'No need to sacrifice principles' in Victims' Forum: The News Letter
Brendan McAllister

Not everyone is a 'victim' – and we must never forget it: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Sinn Fein warns unionists over devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ritchie to bring forward anti-sectarianism paper: Irish News
William Graham

Leading dissident denies assaulting police officers: Derry Journal

Threatened officer 'in limbo': BBC

'Police failures boosting vigilante justice': UTV Internet

Paramilitaries offer no justice: Irish News

Residents stay out of homes as alert continues: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

No charges for officers who failed to halt killing: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

'She was in a wheelchair for 30 years, no early release for this prisoner....': Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Robert Hamill inquiry – Witness threatened over trial testimony: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

SDLP must build new partnerships to grow: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Irish neutrality policy 'not as traditional as often supposed': The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Three good reasons to spurn Lisbon once again: Sunday Business Post (Sep 6)
Vincent Browne

Monday, September 7

UDA promise decommissioning by February: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Rise in intimidations in North:

Too many Troubles' victims are out of agencies' reach: Belfast Telegraph

Life should mean life – Orde: The News Letter

Cops low profile at loyalist parade: Sunday Life (Sep 6)
Aaron Tinney

Prison bosses fear Shoukri murder plan: Belfast Telegraph

Police arrest just seven people over July 13 riots at flashpoint: Irish News (Sep 5)
Allison Morris

Newly set-up Orange reform group meets: The News Letter

Gordon Brown feels heat after snubbing IRA victims' plea for Libya payout: The Times
Francis Elliott, David Brown and Tom Baldwin

UK denies not pressing Libya over IRA victims: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

PM 'must push' Libya for compensation: UTV Internet

'U-turn' for PM on Libyan pay-out: BBC

IRA victims seeking Libya payouts:
Henry McDonald

IRA pay-outs to be fought – Gaddafi's son: RTE

The murky world of oil, semtex and the Colonel: The Sunday Times (Sep 6)

Lead Hamill investigator said officers 'courageous': Irish News (Sep 5)
Bimpe Archer

Enniskillen survivor – I pay a big price for being alive: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Councillor quits SF over policy differences: Irish News (Sep 5)
Diana Rusk

South Down FF supporters to consider party branch: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Down meeting signals FF all-island ambitions: Sunday Tribune (Sep 6)
Conor McMorrow

De Brun to address SDLP conference: Irish News (Sep 5)
William Graham

Hate mail for man behind Troubles website: Belfast Telegraph

Passionate plea to make US envoy a bit special: Irish News (Sep 5)
Patrick Murphy

Che film starring Gerry Adams gets UK premiere: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein threatens to disrupt Dail over Nama: Sunday Business Post (Sep 6)

Sunday, September 6

Durkan calls for discussions on Irish unity: UTV Internet

Northern Ireland at risk of a 'race war', anti-fascist campaigner warns police: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Budget cuts keep officers outgunned: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Victim's relative baffled at Parades Commision: Belfast Media
Alana Fearon

Gordon Brown vetoes Libyan payout to IRA victims: The Sunday Times
Jonathan Oliver, David Leppard and Hala Jaber

Libya and Britain – The new special relationship: The Sunday Times

Burning of portrait has caused outrage – priest: Londonderry Sentinel (Aug 26)
Olga Bradshaw

Vacation Stories – In Northern Ireland, a pint of history: National Post

Crime and punishment stances lack conviction: Irish News (Sep 3)
Newton Emerson

Long Kesh prison drama to play on a bigger stage: Belfast Telegraph (Sep 3)

Sensationalist, vulgar Lynch mob: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Adams urges No vote to Lisbon Treaty: UTV Internet

Ukip accused of 'hijacking' Easter Rising to help British Eurosceptics: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Why 'Team GB'?: BBC (Sep 3)
Roger Mosey

Brown – Scotland could still join the UK team: The Herald (Sep 5)
Michael Settle

Saturday, September 5

Dissident death threat to Parades Commission: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

SF 'ignoring the cost of policing its own rallies': The News Letter

Time for the transfer of powers: Irish News
Alex Maskey

We need accountable policing: Derry Journal

Why loyalists don't want to see the Army back on our streets: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Sinn Fein councillor to resign from party: Irish News
Diana Rusk

Neither SDLP nor Sinn Fein has credible plan for unity: Irish News
Denis Bradley

President praises peace legacy: The Irish Times
Kathryn Hayes

Stormont's power-sharing flaws: BBC
Mark Devenport

Wide range of backgrounds represented on new body: Irish News
William Graham

'Little chance of Victims' Forum going anywhere': The News Letter

Forum latest in long list of initiatives: Irish News

I want to flee after second attack, says McDaid friend: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Victim's family calls for peace: BBC

Murder accused denied bail over threat claims: Belfast Telegraph

Government has good reason to beware years ending with a nine: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

Sinn Fein backs Ferris role in McCabe killers' release: Irish Independent
Sarah Stack and Fionnan Sheahan

Bid to clear the way for Libyan trip to push IRA victim deal: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Hamill alibi could have been discredited in 1997: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Hamill inquiry told police reluctant to put colleague under surveillance: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Detective replaced over Hamill investigation 'flaws', probe told: Belfast Telegraph

Killing forced lid off security-force conduct: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Low-flying RAF pilots could use Northern Ireland as training ground: Belfast Telegraph

Campaign to change Irish minds on Lisbon Treaty falters: The Times
David Sharrock

Republican group begins series of anti-Lisbon meetings: Donegal Democrat (Sep 1)

Noxious propaganda and inventions should have no place in debate on the Lisbon Treaty: The Irish Times
Garret FitzGerald

Friday, September 4

Unionist anger over PSNI cutbacks: The News Letter

NI Policing Board rejects £17m cut: RTE

No 'no go areas' for police in Northern Ireland, says acting PSNI commander: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

New police chief's reputation will quickly be put to the test: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Parade policing costs unsustainable – SF: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Coleraine victim attacked again: BBC

Boy charged over Belfast violence: RTE

Forced to flee: Ballymoney Times

Young footballers targeted in violent sectarian attack: Belfast Media (Sep 2)
Francesca Ryan

Residents told names are on UDA 'record': Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Unionists oppose city name change: The News Letter

Ministers to initiate Fianna Fáil forum in Down: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

What are Fianna Fail's motives?: Belfast Telegraph

Investigator in charge of Hamill case distrusted his own officers: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Detective 'convinced' by witness admission: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Former supergrass released over murder: UTV Internet

Victims 'confused' by commission: BBC

New victims forum set up: UTV Internet

A chance to honour Paul's life: Impartial Reporter

I'll always remember the night they killed daddy: Irish News
Barry McCaffrey

Fresh arrest over bomb blast that killed a UDR soldier 37 years ago: Belfast Telegraph

Anger as another Donegal contract goes North: Donegal Democrat
Sue Doherty

Let's not airbrush Kennedy's past: The News Letter
NR Greer

The last horseman raises his hat: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Global Insight – Fickle Irish threaten treaty: Financial Times

So, what will Europe do if Irish voters reject Lisbon ... again?: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Putting across the Lisbon message: The Irish Times

Thursday, September 3

Army re-introduction 'could happen': UTV Internet

Politicians deplore planned £17m cut in PSNI budget: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

MP warns Police cuts could boost dissident threat: Derry Journal

Republicans still hostile on policing: The News Letter

'No weapons found at Ashgrove' say police: Mid Ulster Mail (Aug 27)

Rioting among the worst seen in years – PSNI: The News Letter

Tension still hangs in air along city interface: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

SF condemns use of baton rounds at riot: Irish News
Allison Morris

Three in court over city violence: BBC

Violent scenes inexcusable: Irish News

I don't see Fianna Fail as a threat – McGrady: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

UVF cowards will not silence me says mother: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Orange Volunteers claim Moneymore bomb attack: Mid Ulster Mail (Aug 27)

Shoukri prison punch-up probe: Irish News
Allison Morris

Loyalists welcome 'unionist unity' call: Londonderry Sentinel (Aug 26)

Burning of portrait is likened to Nazis: Londonderry Sentinel (Aug 26)

Sectarian graffiti 'serves no purpose': Mid Ulster Mail (Aug 27)

Dissident shoot teen as a warning to rapist brother: Irish News
Allison Morris

Evidence of dead officer to be heard: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Hamill murder probe cop feared leaks on collusion allegations: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Guilty must act to help families of disappeared: The Irish Times
Fionnuala O'Connor

Victims plan Libya compensation trip: The News Letter

Memoirs of a 'troublemaker' make a fascinating read: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Kennedy and the essence of Irishness: Irish Echo
Brian O'Dwyer

Time to produce a policy to fulfil our housing needs: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Borderlines: Donegal Democrat

Yob jailed for hurling sectarian abuse at republican protesters: The Scotsman
Victoria Weldon

Wednesday, September 2

Fears over phasing out of reservists: The News Letter

SF accused of ghetto politics as PSNI protest ends in riot: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Police vow to bring Belfast rioters to court: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Sectarian riot a 'disgrace to NI': BBC

Short memories in Short Strand: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP no longer keeps the peace with rivals: Irish News
William Graham

Sinn Fein is prepared to sell its soul for power at any cost: Irish News
Alasdair McDonnell

Army 'not returning to streets': BBC

Ritchie 'has a problem with loyal order parades': The News Letter

New drive to wipe out shameful hate crimes: Belfast Telegraph

Gang target murdered man's family: BBC

Former supergrass questioned over murder: UTV Internet

Over 20 death threats after McDaid murder, court told: Belfast Telegraph

Terrified teenager shot in broken leg by masked gang: Belfast Telegraph

RAAD anger at 'contemptuous' claims: Derry Journal

Hamill witness tells inquiry she lied to incriminate ex-boyfriend: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Man charged with 1973 Belfast murder:
Henry McDonald

Louis and Julie: (from the Irish Herald)
Jude Collins

'Almighty boom followed by the crackle of gunfire': The News Letter
Colin O'Carroll

British downplay Libya IRA deal: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy & Gerry Moriarty

Libya compensation hint 'unclear': BBC

How to make Libya pay: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

British Government hosts petition to remove Ted Kennedy's 'IRA' knighthood: Irish Voice/
Kelly Fincham

Ireland loved Ted Kennedy for whom he was: Boston Herald
Michael Graham

Let's face it ... Kennedy's reputation sank like a stone at Chappaquiddick: Irish Examiner
Steven King

Culture Minister Nelson McCausland on gays and the GAA: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Bobby Sands role killed my sex drive: Irish Independent (Sep 1)
Claire McNeilly

Protestants outraged over schools budget 'discrimation': Irish Independent
John Walshe

Tuesday, September 1

Sir Hugh Orde steps down: UTV Internet

PSNI report must lead to police reform in Derry says Gallagher: Derry Journal

Why new PSNI chief will need a miracle: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Police visibility vital for public confidence: Irish News
Tom Kelly

PSNI is out of step with the need for more street patrols: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Orde accepts new university role: BBC

Police fire baton rounds in city: BBC

200 involved in Belfast disturbances: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Crossing the divide: The Scotsman
Alistair Little

PSNI says dissidents left device at schools: Irish News
John Manley

Youth injured in paramilitary style attack: RTE

'Only way to eradicate drugs scourge is to remove the dealers': Derry Journal (Aug 18)

RIRA cannot roadblock progress of our society: Irish News
Roy Garland

A crucial week in the shift to normality: Belfast Telegraph

Parades Commission criticised after traffic chaos in village: Irish News
John Manley

A man who more than paid his dues to the old country: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Durkan makes fresh plea to locate the Disappeared: Irish News

Libya in talks over cash for IRA victims: The Independent
Daniel Howden

Attack 'would have turned Republic into pariah state': Irish News
Jonathan Drennan

Ulster's support 'comforts soldiers': The News Letter
Sam McBride


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