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Wednesday, September 15

Fermanagh election challenge 'a case of sour grapes': BBC

Connor's Fermanagh team 'not amateurish': UTV Internet

Policy, not personality must take precedence: Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

Let's foster a common identity: The News Letter
Anna Lo

Real IRA says it will target UK bankers:
Henry McDonald

Real IRA – Tapping anti-capitalist rage has not worked in the past:
Henry McDonald

Security failings blamed for Billy Wright murder: Daily Telegraph
John Bingham

The £30m whitewash – Five-year inquiry into Maze Prison murder of loyalist leader Billy 'King Rat' Wright found NO state collusion: Daily Mail
David Sharrock

Minister sorry for Ulster loyalist's prison murder: Evening Standard

Wright's father rejects finding as 'firm proof of collusion': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan and Mark Hennessy

Billy Wright murder – father could take legal action:
Henry McDonald

Billy Wright inquiry 'exposed MI5 agent within INLA's ranks': Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Who are the INLA?: BBC

'King Rat' – the assassin too violent for his loyalist comrades: The Independent
David McKittrick

£30m spent, but questions remain unanswered: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Quest for truth remains after report into Wright death: BBC
Mark Simpson

Why does Ian Paisley's party show such interest in a mass murderer?:
Nicholas Watt

Wright inquiry: The Irish Times

Inquiry Bonanza Must End: Daily Express

Wright retaliations were 'necessary evil': UTV Internet

Wright puts spotlight on prisons: BBC

Report reveals Northern Ireland prison shame (Sep 13): Belfast Telegraph

UVF chiefs ordered Shankill killing: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Alleged bomber's trial is told of UVF death threats: Belfast Telegraph

City man shot in 'paramilitary' attack: UTV Internet

CIRA brothers behind brutal gang murders: Evening Herald

Bloody Sunday families pick up major award: Derry Journal

Victims group FAIR has £800,000 European funding axed: BBC

Derry human rights group uncover 'culture of immunity': Derry Journal

Presbyterian Moderator refuses to shake the Pope's hand: BBC

Moderator in pope visit row: The News Letter

The Pope, the Moderator and the handshake: BBC
William Crawley

Cameron offers 'warm welcome' to Pope Benedict: Irish Examiner
Andrew Woodcock

Police warn of security fears over papal visit: The Herald
Alison Campsie

Pope visit – British Catholics anxious but no longer outsiders:
Stephen Bates

A mistake of state: The Independent

Tuesday, September 14

IRA 'supergrass' Raymond Gilmour returns to Londonderry: BBC

Monaghan man remanded over explosives: RTE

Bomb scare forces homes to be evacuated: UTV Internet

Loyalist thugs are the worst – Dissidents could spark carnage: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Victims Campaigner driven by revenge' claims UDA chief: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Alleged loyalist death threats unveiled: UTV Internet

Painful truths will be bad news for the peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Three charged over Twelfth riots: UTV Internet

No elected unionists at North Belfast DPP meeting: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Faith sustains Baggott in fight against terrorism: The News Letter

Man shot in legs in Belfast flat: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident quizzed over murder of criminal: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Louise Hogan

Sinn Fein man 'gave out fake ballots' at poll station: BBC

McCrea faces MLAs' threat (Sep 10): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Humphrey chosen as Dodds North Belfast successor: BBC

Election calling: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Mr Mainstream Unionist is alive and well. He just stopped voting: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Why do we Tories stand against fellow unionists?: The News Letter
Laurence Robertson

Billy Wright Inquiry report to be released: UTV Internet

Billy Wright assassin – Maze security was 'a joke':
Henry McDonald

Billy Wright murder inquiry – Jail bosses set for damning report: Belfast Telegraph

Republican has 'no regrets' over Wright murder: UTV Internet

Profile – Billy Wright: BBC

'King Rat' Billy Wright's bloody campaign against Catholics: Belfast Telegraph

Was Loyalist Prisoner Killed To Save Peace?:
Vicki Hawthorne

Former police officers urge new Claudy bomb probe: The Scotsman
Deric Henderson

'71 Murph Massacre – Para says they were targeting Adams: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Alleged IRA murder-bid man's book 'echoes case': Belfast Telegraph

Free Presbyterian church to protest at Pope's visit: BBC

Ian Paisley coming to Capital in protest over Papal visit: The Scotsman
Claire Smith

Ian Paisley's Pope protest 'is an embarrassment': Belfast Telegraph

Ian Paisley will protest Pope Benedict on child abuse despite his own history: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Papal visit protest is 'not blind sectarianism': The News Letter

Liberty medal awarded to Tony Blair: The Guardian
Mark Tran

Call to give Saltire pride of place: The Scotsman
Angus Howarth

Monday, September 13

Bombers used video cameras to spy on MI5 base: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran Barnes and Alan Murray

Dissident republicans 'only concerned with Sinn Féin': Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Unionist unity candidate contests election result: UTV Internet

Unionists fears over Gildernew sympathy vote: Belfast Telegraph

Tom and Basil's contest turns nasty: BBC
Mark Devenport

Vandal attacks on Orange Halls may be linked: Belfast Telegraph

Swedish asylum allegations to be used in case against McGeough (Sep 12): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Billy Wright inquiry poised to release its findings: Belfast Telegraph

Report must show collusion in killing of 'King Rat' – father (Sep 12): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

FitzGerald laments absence of state visits: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Garden of Remembrance visit by the queen would 'rub salt in old wounds' (Sep 12): Sunday Tribune
Ali Bracken

Call to include voters in North: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

McGuinness says Adams not running for president: The Irish Times
Conor Kane

DUP calls for 'reality check' on budget cuts: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

SDLP in warning over budget cuts: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland runners unite for peace: Belfast Telegraph

'Roots' of a problem: Winnipeg Free Press
Tom Ford

Tony Blair had 60-strong garda team for Dublin book tour (Sep 12): Sunday Tribune
Ali Bracken and Mick McCaffrey

Blair to get Liberty award Monday (Sep 12): Philadelphia Inquirer
Paul Nussbaum

What it is to be British: The Spectator
Fraser Nelson

Let's not be afraid to recognise this outbreak of patriotism: The Independent
David Lister

Free Presbyterian leader challenges Moderator over service with Pope: BBC
William Crawley

'Administration problems' blamed for Pope Benedict's ticket slump: The Independent
Sofia Piazza

Pope to warn of equality law danger to religious freedom in speech during British visit: Daily Mail
David Wilkes

Papal visit to UK will be a success in the absence of PR banana skin: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

Pope may deserve his critics, but don't take all of them at face value (Sep 8): Irish Examiner
Steven King

Pope Benedict's historic state visit (Sep 10): Financial Times

Sunday, September 12

Baggott – I need funds to tackle dissidents: The News Letter

Two men are shot in attack in Ardoyne: BBC

Continuity IRA claim Ardoyne shootings: UTV Internet

Northern Ireland shootings condemned as 'relic of violent past': Belfast Telegraph

UUP leadership hopefuls to be quizzed online: The News Letter

A pro-Union party for all transforms Northern Ireland (Aug 31): The News Letter
Mark Finlay

MI5 spy sues bosses for blowing cover with Real IRA: Sunday Independent
Sean Rayment

Orange Hall attacked and Chapel bomb hoax call: Ballymoney Times

Londonderry fundraising event to support bomb victim: BBC

Denis Bradley defends Martin McGuinness line on Claudy priest: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness offer 'just a PR exercise': The News Letter

Blair believes Saville was worth it (Sep 9): Londonderry Sentinel

Now it's time for grown-up politics (Sep 8): Belfast Telegraph

Call for North and South to co-operate more on health (Sep 7): The Irish Times
Eithne Donnellan

Revolution in Catholic Ireland (Sep 10): Evening Herald
Peter de Rosa

Tony Blair makes a confession ahead of Pope Benedict XVI's visit to Britain (Sep 5): Sunday Telegraph
Richard Eden

Save Catholicism? The Pope needs a miracle: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Papal visit – The Pope must be made welcome: Sunday Telegraph

Why the Vatican's diplomatic immunity days are numbered (Sep 7): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Paterson hails PMS 'progress' (Sep 8): UTV Internet

GB clear to play Olympic football: Sunday Express
Harry Harris

Academics hit out at 'glossing' of history in Black Watch: Sunday Herald
Catriona Stewart

Madrid should heed the lessons of the IRA (Sep 8): The Independent (scroll down)
Adrian Hamilton

Saturday, September 11

Paterson lambasted over oath of allegiance: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Messing About With Oaths: BBC
Mark Devenport

Election court to hear of six missing votes: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

McCusker's son tops UUP poll: The News Letter
Sam McBride

IMC hands over Moffett report: UTV Internet

Mark Haddock to go on trial for murder of top UDA man: Belfast Telegraph

Criminal escapes 'UDA' van abduction: UTV Internet

Has the terror group really changed its spots?: BBC
Andy Martin

Investigation ongoing in Killea arms find: Derry Journal

Children evacuated from school during bomb alert: Ulster Star
Mary Magee

Bomb left at station 'was an attempt to kill officers': The News Letter

RAAD 'abduct' convicted drug dealer: Derry Journal

Police reject dissident harassment claims: The News Letter

North's parades could be a major draw: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Slash governments to improve people's lives: The News Letter
David Hoey

McFarlane gets €15,000 over kidnap trial delay: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Fury at €15,000 payout to ex-IRA man: Belfast Telegraph

McFarlane kept his silence over Tidey abduction: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Adams defends Claudy 'omission': UTV Internet

'McGuinness will never come clean': The News Letter

Claudy bombing suspect priest was 'flamboyant': BBC

Republicans 'need to face up to inconvenient truths': The News Letter

McIlveen killers appeals delayed: UTV Internet

'Sunday' families split on prosecutions: Derry Journal

Wright Inquiry prepares to publish report: Portadown Times

Dallat slams NIO over Greysteel killer release: Derry Journal

He'd invite me to Chequers and I'd ask him back to Drumcondra: Irish Independent
Bertie Ahern

The Real IRA Lesson for U.S. in Middle East Peace: Huffington Post
Niall O'Dowd

Basque killer who fled NI 'in hiding': UTV Internet

Irish Catholics Set To Snub Pope's Visit:

Cool to be Catholic: Irish Independent
John Cooney

Immunity of Roman Catholic Church needs to be questioned: The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Can't we set aside old hatreds and simply welcome the Pope?: Daily Telegraph
Charles Moore

Friday, September 10

Remove whip from McCrea, says Elliott: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Too many out for the count in UUP election: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Unionism needs Carson's 'broad church' approach: The News Letter
Chris McGimpsey

Three Northern Ireland seats may go in boundaries shake-up: Belfast Telegraph

O'Loan meets Parades Commission to discuss Rasharkin: Ballymoney Times

Strabane pipe bomb prompts police warning: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI release pictures of Ardoyne riot suspects: BBC

Boy, 11, faces Ardoyne weapon charge: UTV Internet

Cops failing on bonfires 'scourge': Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

PSNI has 'serious doubts' on accusations of ill-treatment: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Leave my son alone, dad says after teen gun threat: Belfast Media

National Front support grows in Coleraine: Coleraine Times

UDA faces being grounded by the victim who spoke up: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Bloody Sunday relatives call for prosecutions: RTE

Durkan attends Dáil meeting on Saville Report: Londonderry Sentinel

Cameron offered assurances prior to publication of Bloody Sunday report: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Sinn Fein call for 'truth commission' (Aug 26): Mid Ulster Mail

McGuinness would support a truth inquiry: RTE

McGuinness offers to meet relatives of Claudy victims: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Claudy victim 'insulted' by McGuinness: UTV Internet

Clegg refuses to call for RC apology on Claudy: Londonderry Sentinel

Campbell disappointed over Clegg's response: The News Letter

Is it too much to ask for the truth?: Belfast Telegraph

Cameron must reveal the full truth: The News Letter

Court hears loyalist support in republican case: BBC

'Strong response' to documentary on IRA murders: The News Letter

Justice for the Forgotten loses challenge: RTE

Sinn Fein stance on spending cuts sparks spat at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph

Poppy row hits Translink – in September: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Tony Blair advised not to become a Catholic by Ian Paisley: Belfast Telegraph

Paisley – Don't Give Pope A State Welcome:
David Blevins

Londonderry pastor leads local opposition to Papal visit: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Thursday, September 9

Write your own oath offer to Sinn Fein MPs – Coalition want them to take up seats: Daily Mail
James Groves

UUP leadership battle could end up in courts: Belfast Telegraph

Londonderry-Donegal border arms dump search 'ongoing': BBC

Priest holds talks with the families of dissidents: Belfast Telegraph

Priest's meeting with dissidents a 'mistake': The News Letter

Disgust after school bomb disruption: UTV Internet

Device found outside police station: Belfast Telegraph

Call for end to parades body impasse: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

SDLP praise for Royal Black: The News Letter

'Don't take the law into your own hands' pleads Wilson: Mid Ulster Mail

Legacy of Troubles can't be ignored in Northern crisis: The Irish Times
David Adams

RAAD – you're only making things worse (Sep 7): Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

What Kate Carroll did next: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Claudy bombing – Martin McGuinness admits meeting accused priest:
Henry McDonald

McGuinness challenged to visit Claudy: Irish Examiner
Steven McCaffery

Clegg apologises over failure to investigate role of priest: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Down cars target of bigot vandals: Newry Democrat
Martin Hearty

Tommy English murder accused granted bail in High Court: BBC

Sinn Fein says budget cuts 'must be resisted': BBC

Sinn Féin denies budget cuts row: UTV Internet

The split on cuts: BBC
Mark Devenport

US urged to focus on border region: Belfast Telegraph

Snow Patrol 'honoured' over anthem call: The News Letter

The refusal to fly the union jack is symptomatic of the immaturity and unreason with this issue: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Ireland to focus on resolving conflict as head of OSCE: The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

In Search of Gerry Adams:
Mitchell Reiss

Wednesday, September 8

Army sends top IED expert from Afghanistan to Northern Ireland: The Independent
Kim Sengupta

NI secretary to be questioned about dissident threat: BBC

Gardai uncover Real IRA bomb parts buried in field: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Stephen Maguire

Murdered policeman's widow supports dissident talks: BBC

Father's shock over pipe bomb find: The News Letter

Bomb school gets loyalist assurances: UTV Internet

No return to days of retaliation: The News Letter

Renegade outrages must not derail peace: Belfast Telegraph

Martin will be our next First Minister: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

McCrea sets out his vision for UUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Steady as she goes no option for weakened UUP: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

DUP MP Nigel Dodds to step down from assembly: BBC

Unity candidate contests six disputed votes: The News Letter

I'm no quitter: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Public urged to shape reconciliation plan: Derry Journal

No charge for ex-IRA man over shooting: Evening Herald
Conor Feehan

Historical Enquiries Team call over priest's activities: Mid Ulster Mail

Exposing Fr James Chesney, the IRA priest, would have led to civil war. Willie Whitelaw was right to protect him:
Norman Tebbit

Was Provo priest killed by spooks? (Sep 6): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

'Bloody Sunday, when British troops opened fire in Belfast' – Tony Blair: Londonderry Sentinel

Warning on N Ireland budget cuts: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Spain 'should learn from our mistakes': The News Letter

Eta's ceasefire is a political shift:
Gerry Adams

Tough tactics defused ETA, not political talks: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Looking at Hamas and Seeing the I.R.A.:
Robert Mackey

The Northern Ireland model:
Joshua Keating

Catholic church accuses BBC of 'anti-Christian' bias (Sep 6): Daily Telegraph
Heidi Blake

28 years on, a more secular Scotland set to greet the Pope (Sep 6): The Scotsman
Stephen McGinty

Tuesday, September 7

Loyalist dissidents blamed for playground pipe bomb: Daily Telegraph
Nick Collins

School evacuated as MI5 warns of growing threat from former IRA men: The Independent
Kim Sengupta

Derry priest Fr Paddy O'Kane to meet dissident families: BBC

Dissidents 'enemies of Derry' – Durkan: Derry Journal

Dissidents claim police "harassment": UTV Internet

Ulster MI5 agents increase by 33% to combat dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Kim Sengupta

As unemployment soars, splinter cells think their time has come: The Independent
David Sharrock

Ulster Unionist leadership candidate vows to break 'disastrous' link with Tories:
Henry McDonald

UUP battle hots up: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UUP poll race turns nasty over GAA police man outburst: Belfast Telegraph

Stop SF first minister, says UUP deputy: The News Letter

Basil versus the "cabal": BBC
Mark Devenport

In the flesh: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

McCrea is the antidote to the divisions in our society: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Barry

SF first minister would be hugely damaging: The News Letter
Alex Kane

September showdown set on several fronts: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Unionism has a desperate dearth of ideas: The News Letter
James Dingley

Failed attacks and primitive politics: The Independent

'Orange Hall attackers will not succeed' – Armstrong: Mid Ulster Mail

Nigel Dodds criticises vote change bill: BBC

Senior IRA man and sons arrested in shooting probe: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

McCrea hits out at Catholic Church over suspected IRA involvement: Mid Ulster Mail

Victim compensation talks with Libya 'making progress': BBC

Undercover unit watched murder of local boy (17): Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Never forget the brave lone voice: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Dublin Mayor Gerry Breen expects Queen Elizabeth visit: BBC

Ex-president Clinton to visit Ireland near end of month: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern developers consider court fight with NAMA: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald and Sam Smyth

One quarter of tickets to see Pope left unsold: The Herald
Martin Williams and Cate Devine

Will we be converted by the Pope's visit?: Sunday Telegraph
Cristina Odone

Sinn Féin 'heavily involved' in push for Eta ceasefire, says Gerry Adams:
Giles Tremlett

If Northern Ireland is a model, Basques need a Gerry Adams to call order: The Independent
Pablo Munoz

Monday, September 6

Battle for leadership 'could destroy' UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

The UUP's Cultural Divide: BBC
Mark Devenport

Ian Paisley accused of 'betraying community' (Sep 5): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

We must fashion a NI identity: The News Letter
Stephen Goss

Northen Ireland parties divided on electoral reform: BBC

RAAD warn over support for 'hard men' (Sep 3): Derry Journal

Tony Blair attacks 'wicked' dissident republicans: BBC

Blair thought NI peace 'impossible': UTV Internet

What will former British prime minister Tony Blair's legacy be? Iraq war criminal or Ireland's peacemaker? (Sep 5): Sunday Tribune
Conor McMorrow

"Blair's role in bringing about the Good Friday agreement cannot be underestimated. It wouldn't have happened under of any his predecessors..." (Sep 5): Sunday Tribune
Shane Coleman

Blair deserves better from us: Irish Independent

Informer to return from exile 'for money': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

IRA past catches up with mum (Sep 5): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Report on INLA killing of Billy Wright to be issued: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Libya set to pay out £2m each to victims of IRA attacks (Sep 5): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Cover-ups and scandals – Are Tory governments treated more leniently than Labour? (Aug 25):
Michael White

Cameron must sort out the PMS (Sep 3): The News Letter

Hillary Clinton will apply Irish lessons to Middle East peace talks: Irish Voice/
Patrick Roberts

SF welcome ETA 'ceasefire': UTV Internet

Adams appeals for Spanish to seize peace opportunity: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Politicians across the sectarian divide have been calling for special economic measures to help Northern Ireland.: Western Mail
Martin Shipton

Majority in Britain are indifferent to visit of the pope later this month: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

'State should share Pope visit cost': The Scotsman
Stephen McGinty

Papal visit – Bad tripper, good trip: The Guardian

Sir Ronnie Flanagan parallels cricketing scandal with Ulster: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Sunday, September 5

Would-be UUP leaders clash: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Contest could be closer than thought: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Unionist politicians swimming against a secular tide: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

If mandatory coalition fails, it will have to go: The News Letter
Nigel Dodds

President's husband urged to halt UDA's US junket: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Loyalists welcome IMC meeting: The News Letter

UDA – We've cleaned up our act and are no longer threat: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Alliance backs funding decision on rights body: The News Letter

Dissidents should heed Che Guevara (Aug 24): The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Orange hall damaged in Rasharkin: BBC

240 police on duty at Rasharkin parade: Ballymoney Times

Document lifts lid on brutal murder: The News Letter

Coalition's approach to Ulster 'lacks human feel', says David Miliband: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Tony Blair – Northern Ireland peace is an inspiration to the world: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Tony Blair – An inborn admiration for Ian Paisley: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Blair voices Drumcree frustration: The News Letter

It's up to history to decide if Tony Blair was sincere: Belfast Telegraph
Dermot Nesbitt

Tony Blair should be hailed, not attacked in Ireland: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Bending the truth intensifies mistrust: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Four men arrested after shoes and eggs are thrown at Tony Blair at book signing: Sunday Telegraph
Michael Howie

Tony Blair's book signing in Dublin mixes Good Friday with bad Iraq: The Observer
Tim Adams

Blair ready to write a new chapter: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

IRA man and convicted garda set up debt agency: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

How shinty and Rangers teamed up to help unite divided Belfast: The Herald
Edd McCracken

Pope urged to avoid 'provocative statements': Scotland on Sunday
Emma Cowing and Tom Peterkin

Saturday, September 4

Unionist poll hopeful Elliott will shun GAA games and gay events: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Unionist battle: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

UVF leadership 'knew of plan to murder Bobby Moffett': Belfast Telegraph
Brian Moffett

IMC probes Tiger's Bay threats claims: UTV Internet

'Withdraw support for police' says ex-SDLP councillor: Ballymoney Times

Bomb alert causes chaos: Derry Journal

Now IBA cause havoc in another estate: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

RUC gave bookies massacre gun back to loyalists: Belfast Telegraph

Soldiers witnessed teen's shooting, HET finds: Belfast Telegraph
Catherine Lynagh

Ulster Scots cherish freedom of mind, not land: The News Letter
Lord Laird

Dear Prime Minister...: Londonderry Sentinel
Mary Hamilton

'The longer this goes on the more hurt it causes': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Memorial relocated as army vacates barracks: The News Letter

Tony Blair – Northern Ireland 'one of the few times I was proud of politics': Daily Telegraph
Alastair Jamieson

Blair says stretching truth for greater good is common sense: The Irish Times
Harry McGee & Ken Murray

Tight Security Surrounds Blair Book Signing: Sky News Online

Council slams ex-TUV candidate's tweets (Aug 27): UTV Internet

Information session for Protestant Groups: Londonderry Sentinel

'Loyalist bear' proves massive hit on YouTube: The News Letter

Ex-moderator in PMS plea to Cameron: UTV Internet

Iain Duncan Smith told not to ignore legacy of Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

I want to protest against the plan to rein in those parades (Sep 1): The Herald
Ian Bell

81% of Scots believe public should not pay for Pope's visit: The Herald
Carolyn Churchill

Britons say taxpayer should not fund Pope's visit: Belfast Telegraph

Friday, September 3

Bishop issues sectarianism warning: Belfast Telegraph

Growing fears as Real IRA recruits north and south: Dundalk Democrat

PSNI overtime for July riots tops £1m: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Republicans to blame for £1m Ardoyne bill': The News Letter

An Irish solution to an Irish problem (Aug 31): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Crackdown urged as bill for bonfire call-outs hits £3.7m: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria McMahon

Tories and UUP 'spent most on poll': Belfast Telegraph

Unionist leaders must pick right fights: The News Letter
Basil McCrea

Northern Ireland police query £12m cost of work on 'past atrocities':

Claudy plea to PM: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Don't blame the police chief for the priest who got away: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Doherty

'Church have many more questions to answer'-Cllr Cubitt: Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Let's name and shame all the Claudy killers: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

"Substantial progress" made in Donaldson death investigation – Garda: Donegal Democrat

Tony Blair blasted as 'naive' for praising Sinn Fein leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Noel McAdam

Garvaghy's Breandan MacCionnaith – Blair attack on me may be sign of guilt: Belfast Telegraph

Tony Blair – 'I was never convinced on devolution – it was dangerous': The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Blair's legacy: The Irish Times

Blair's reputation is not enhanced: Belfast Telegraph

Report shows ignorance of Ulster-Scots in WELB: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Government gives 'serious thought' to granting tax powers to Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

North's society in crisis, study argues: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

US anger over Lockerbie bomber 'destabilising' IRA compensation efforts: Daily Telegraph
John Bingham

Orange protest is out of order: Edinburgh Evening News
Gina Davidson

Church leaders put faith in Pope's visit working wonders for Scottish tourism (Sep 1): The Scotsman
Brian Ferguson

Bringing Hamas to the table: The Economist

Thursday, September 2

Unionists criticise peace process revelations: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Tony Blair – I liked Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness 'more than I should':
Alastair Jamieson

Ahern showed mettle and character, says Blair: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Tony Blair, General Sir Richard Dannatt and the IRA:
James Kirkup

Like it or not, we do owe Blair a debt of gratitude: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

We need unionist civility, not unity: The News Letter
David Morgan

'Device was in poor condition but still viable': Carrick Times

Dissident republicans in gun attack on Derry house:
Henry McDonald

Rasharkin residents demand answers about re-routed parade: Belfast Telegraph

Finlay condemns attack on Orange Hall: Ballymoney Times

Opposition to parading Bill: The News Letter

Why Aussies' danger alert rings so true: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Barry Gilligan to seek Policing Board members' support: BBC

Never-before-seen 1981 hunger strike documents disclosed: Londonderry Sentinel
William Allen

Claudy bombing – Catholic Church 'more interested in making excuses': Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Fire service 'dragging heels' over memorial: The News Letter
Bryan Gray

McGurk's name rejected by housing association: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Falls and Shankill 'Race to Embrace' the Future: Belfast Media

Aegis founder Spicer has not left the building: Irish Echo
Susan Garraty

U.S. Says Hamas Is No Sinn Fein:
Kenneth R. Bazinet

Wednesday, September 1

Nominations close in UUP race: UTV Internet

Why UUP must take a risk if it hopes to get new voters: Belfast Telegraph
Alexander Redpath

Stay-at-home unionists want choice, not a merger: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

McClarty and Robinson demand justice for Claudy victims: Coleraine Times

Bombers should make their peace (Aug 30): The News Letter
Ken Good

Fury as Cardinal Daly defends Claudy bomb suspect: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

'I wouldn't knowingly allow a mass murderer to serve as priest': Derry Journal
Edward Daly

Westlink bomb alert declared hoax: BBC

Republicanism could become 'irrelevant' – 32CSM: Derry Journal

Londonderry priest calls for talks with dissident republicans: BBC

Digney claims refuted by ambulance service: Ballymena Times

Youth charged in connection with Ardoyne riots: BBC

Four charged after Ballycastle riot: UTV Internet

Kingsmills' suspects to be questioned by HET: The Cross Examiner
Brónagh Murphy

Enniskillen bombing tribute 'must go on show': Belfast Telegraph

Sunday families a 'beacon of hope': Derry Journal

Australian tourism line out of order (Aug 28): The News Letter

New mural tells story of Lincoln Court: Derry Journal

Cllr MacLochlainn calls unionist's criticism of A5 plan 'mind-boggling': Donegal Democrat

Sinn Fein turns on DUP over 'credibility' of cuts proposals: Belfast Telegraph

Tony Blair 'lied to stop Northern Ireland peace talks collapsing': Daily Telegraph

'Homophobic' Derry not true picture – Rainbow Project: Derry Journal

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