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Thursday, September 15

Sinn Fein fury at Cameron's pledge over abstention: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

One candidate officially declared in running for SDLP leadership: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Frantic Friday: UTV
Ken Reid

Formal complaint against Elliott over Kerr funeral: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Orange Order summons UUP pair over funeral for Catholic PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Patrice Dougan

Orange Order 'action over mass unlikely': The News Letter

British army officers defuse bomb left outside doctor's home: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Six arrested after 'Real IRA' bomb attempt on police doctor:

RIRA bombs in Claudy 'desperate': UTV

Two men arrested in Tyrone 'dissident' swoop: BBC

Warning as £3m tobacco seizure bound for Ulster: The News Letter

Paisley demands launderers stopped: Drogheda Independent

Three charged over riotous behaviour: UTV

UVF supergrass case – Robert Stewart asked about 160 crimes: BBC

Adams weighs in to support McGeough's Royal pardon bid: Tyrone Times

Boston College should stand its ground: Irish Echo
Terry Golway

Credibility of key Smithwick witness questioned: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Ex-minister – no mention of Garda mole at cross-border meetings: Belfast Telegraph

Ford pushed on Loughinsland report: UTV

McGurk's families happy to see Hutchinson leave his post: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

RIR homecoming parade switch 'disrespectful': BBC

Fuming Martin slams 'dysfunctional' Shinners: Evening Herald
Declan Ferry

The big question for Fianna Fail is does it have a future (Sep 11): Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Students fees move "threatens Union" (Sep 13): The News Letter

Why didn't unionists block it? asks student: The News Letter

O'Kane reveals reasons for Republic switch: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Luney

Police probe hate campaign against former Celtic teenager: The Scotsman
Cameron Hay

Fan jailed after attack on Celtic manager: Irish Examiner
Hilary Duncanson

Lennon lunge fan given eight-month jail term: The Herald

Supporter who lunged at Neil Lennon walks free: The Scotsman
Gareth Rose and Hilary Duncanson

Motherwell Orange Order funeral march breaks ban order: BBC

Wednesday, September 14

Boundary changes could cost potential SDLP leader his seat:
Henry McDonald

MP's fury as seat to disappear: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke and Adrian Rutherford

Parties silent over 'lost' Westminster seats: The News Letter

DUP could be biggest loser in the shake-up of boundaries: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Alex Attwood reluctant to comment on leadership battle: BBC

SDLP must rediscover its left-wing roots to survive: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Conaghan

Frenemies... MLA Jim Allister 'not desperate for friends': BBC
Martina Purdy

President needs 'republican spirit': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin to target economy – Adams: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Minister missed chance to give SF dose of reality: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Shinners enjoy tea and schadenfreude at five-star affair: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Shinners go all posh at swanky hotel as rivals play it low-key: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Residents warned amid security alerts in Claudy: The News Letter

MPs briefed at Westminster on NI fuel laundering: BBC

Ex-officers seek help after breach: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-RUC officers seek help after breach: UTV

Judge threatens top loyalist during 'supergrass' trial: The Irish Times

UVF Supergrass case – Robert Stewart 'got deal of the century': BBC

Supergrass trial – Witness denies 'deal of century' to turn informer: Belfast Telegraph

Why the Boston College Irish oral history project should be discontinued: Irish Voice/
Danny Morrison

Attorney general backs Kingsmills campaign: The News Letter

Tribunal distances itself from mole claim: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

'IRA spread mole claim to shame me': The News Letter

Gerry Collins says IRA could have made up Garda mole rumours: BBC

Northern Ireland police seek a share of Libya cash: Belfast Telegraph

Ministry of Defence apology to Derry family for 1971 murder: Derry Journal

Peter King in the Hot Seat – in London:
Brian Knowlton

At U.K. terror inquiry, Rep. King defends I.R.A. terror:
Justin Elliott

9/11 attacks changed our view on terrorism for good: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Lennon lunge fan to be sentenced: The Herald

Bigot bill 'could make the law look like an ass': The Scotsman
Scott MacNab

Tuesday, September 13

Revised boundaries could cost North two MPs: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

NI boundary changes threaten big political names: BBC
Nicholas Whyte

New Borders, new names?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Let this just be start of shake-up: Belfast Telegraph

Unionists get their knickers in twist: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

An in-depth look into the mood of Sinn Fein members: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Fuel raids "will hurt dissidents": The News Letter

RAAD warning photo 'identified' accused: UTV

'Fat' Freddie told 'pay €2k a week or we'll kill you' (Sep 9): Evening Herald

Marching season is over but hunt for solution is not: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Osborne

Men attacked by loyalists: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Mark Haddock 'always decent to me' says Robert Stewart: BBC

Supergrass trial, Day 4 – Haddock warned by judge after abusive heckling of witness: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident released over Donaldson murder: UTV

Army sorry for fatal shooting in Northern Ireland: The Scotsman

Kingsmills relatives meet top lawyer: UTV

Prince recalls murder of uncle in IRA bomb: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Marsden

Duchess visits RUC memorial garden: Carrick Times

Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness refuses to rule out Irish presidency bid: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Latecomers to presidential race hovering with intent (Sep 10): The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Presbyterian minister and Sinn Féin make history – but newspapers ignore it:
Roy Greenslade

Police records destroyed in Armagh: UTV

US trade trip likely to stretch North's ministerial double act: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Auction to unlock value of McGuinness's prison tower: Irish Independent
Ken Sweeney

Inside the Maze prison – the first public tours: BBC
Natalie Lindo

Senior ANC member marks SF influence (Sep 12): The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Former MI5 chief urges terrorist talks: The Guardian
Richard Norton-Taylor

Monday, September 12

UVF terror trial – elderly mum disowns supergrass sons: Belfast Telegraph
Ciarán Barnes

Puritanical streak to fore in dry affair: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Fein's party conference was filled with firsts: BBC
Martina Purdy

Quiet confidence sustains SF's all-Ireland ambitions: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

SF shows strength in its poll numbers: Belfast Telegraph

Claudy relative slams Latimer's speech: The News Letter

McGuinness continues to astound with his progress: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

An honourable act (Sep 9): Belfast Telegraph

Daring to dream of a new future with no peace walls: Belfast Media

Murdered policeman Kerr feted for courage: Irish Examiner
Conor Ryan

Protest to Save Ulster a 'bizarre turn of events': Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Toxic residue of Troubles still claiming victims: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Smithwick tribunal told spymasters could have averted double murder:
Henry McDonald

Smithwick tribunal – Hurst evidence shines light on a covert war:
Henry McDonald

McGurk's families hit out at Baggott: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Remembering the Past, Re-membering the Future (Sep 9): Huffington Post
John Philip Newell

Harris decries violent republicanism at Liam Lynch commemoration: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Massereene soldier's mother in new tragedy: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Riots 'won't hit US trade with Northern Ireland': Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Norris may re-enter presidential race: UTV

Harper accepts criticism of church on gay unions: The News Letter

MPs sign motion on 'Irish Post' closure (Sep 8): The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Perfect policing storm puts Orde top of list for Met job (Sep 7): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Hugh Orde expected to miss out on top Met police job despite panel's backing:
Vikram Dodd and Sandra Laville

Father of sectarian victim supports new law: The Herald
Sarah Swain

Sunday, September 11

McGuinness – 'Cherish Unionists': Scotland on Sunday
Nicholas Christian

Clergyman defends Sinn Fein speech: Belfast Telegraph

Alex Kane reflects on Sinn Fein Ard Fheis: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Adams hints at SF bid for presidency: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Who'd pick Michelle Gilder-who?: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

SDLP and UUP should take a leaf out of Allister's book (Sep 9): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Supergrass trial: UTV
Sharon O'Neill

Duo deny murder of police officer: Belfast Telegraph

Back to the future – Republican gangs in bloody battle: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

One held over Donaldson murder: UTV

Ugly truths that stop us building a better future: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

9/11 victim was 'friend of Ireland': Belfast Telegraph

Views from Abroad – A world now dominated by the crash of those towers: Bergin Record
Eben Black

A day of hate that mankind dares not forget: Belfast Telegraph

€130k to clear Smithfield for queen's visit: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Politicians welcome A5 funding commitment: Derry Journal

Fugitive ETA killer has his legal aid restricted: Belfast Telegraph

Mindanao Peace Process – lessons from Northern Ireland (Sep 8): Minda News (Philippines)
Stephen Lillie

Celtic fans' militant drift 'damaging club': Scotland on Sunday
Martyn McLaughlin

Keeping an eye on the Holy See (Sep 6): The Irish Times

Navigating waters to independence (Sep 9): The Scotsman
George Kerevan

Tebbit – Scottish Tories should be like old UUP (Sep 7): The News Letter

A bold Fraser, but where is Labour? (Sep 6): The Herald

Saturday, September 10

Martin McGuinness hailed 'a great leader' by Presbyterian minister: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Minister held hands and prayed with McGuinness: The News Letter

SF calls for dialogue on a 'New Republic': The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Ritchie quits as SDLP leader – Sincere and focused, but 'wooden' leader's flaws were cruelly exposed: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McDonnell 'open-minded' over SDLP bid: UTV

The SDLP leadership sweepstakes: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McDonald rules herself out of Sinn Fein presidential race: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth and Fionnan Sheahan

Real IRA 'expel' four men from Curryneirin: Derry Journal

Brothers run RIRA in city: Evening Herald

Innocents caught in the gangs' crossfire: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Fresh assault and possession charges for Celtic star's father: Irish Independent
Tom Tuite

'Dissidents' deny Derry car bomb: UTV

Teenage rioter at Ardoyne handed five-year sentence: BBC

Three in court over murder of police officer two years ago: The Irish Times

UVF supergrass denies being English 'shooter': The News Letter

Senior officer was 'target' of IRA ambush: RTE

Gardaí looking for Ben Dunne saw armed IRA men 'roaming' Border: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

A Fight For the Record Books (Sep 8): The Heights (Boston College)
Daniel Tonkovich

Irish groups angry over British subpoenas for Boston College IRA interview records: Irish Voice/

Duchess fulfils Royal Ulster Constabulary promise: The Scotsman
Angus Howarth

Foyle/Ebrington delay and PUL kids forced to attend RC schools prompts UUP equality move: Londonderry Sentinel

Pupils will get access to Orange Order's website: The News Letter

Queen's visit to Ireland was an important milestone, says Pope: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

Tuition fees – the ripple effect of policy (Sep 8): BBC
Mark Devenport

Clumsy fees move exposes Stormont: Belfast Telegraph

Parents suing over teaching of religion being unreasonable, says school board (Sep 9): The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

We've never seen an Old Firm game, admit MSPs over sectarianism law: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Friday, September 9

Ombudsman Al Hutchinson to leave post in June 2012: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Margaret Ritchie quits as SDLP leader:
Henry McDonald

Pasty McGlone and Alasdair McDonnell for SDLP leadership: BBC

McGlone confident over leadership role: UTV

Robert Stewart admits changing account of UDA man's murder: BBC

Supergrass denies being UVF gunman: UTV

Who are the Belfast 'supergrass' brothers?: BBC
Mark Simpson

RUC man 'trusted top Garda with his own life': Belfast Telegraph

Ex-RUC man says he took garda to meet informer: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Smithwick – Operation against Murphy was 'ill-advised': BBC

Ex-sergeant accused of false insurance claim: The News Letter

Man on Twelfth petrol bomb charge: UTV

Teen suspected of gangland assassination attempt: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Real IRA gun plot pair's appeals dismissed: BBC

Orange Order website blocked from schools: BBC

Vance resigns from TUV: Lurgan Mail

Sinn Fein to hold first annual conference in Belfast: BBC

Latimer 'being used' by Sinn Féin: UTV

Latimer defends SF speech plan: Londonderry Sentinel

Sinn Féin unwilling to commit party to presidential run despite weekend ardfheis: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

New York attack was a gamechanger in Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

An uneasy peace follows State's war with Vatican: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Primate moves to calm split fears: The News Letter

Northern Ireland's MPs facing voting bar on Scots and Welsh matters: Belfast Telegraph

Man facing jail over Neil Lennon comments: The Scotsman
Ashlie McAnally

Thursday, September 8

Police Ombudsman Al Hutchinson to appear at Stormont committee: BBC

Al Hutchinson likely to step down early: RTE

Hutchinson debate flags up other questions of the past: BBC
Mark Devenport

Supergrass witnesses 'could not live with their lives': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Supergrass admits 'memory problems': UTV

Ghosts of the past haunt a moment of justice for Belfast (Sep 7): The Independent
David McKittrick

Protected Species:
Chris Moore

SDLP leaders to discuss future in Newry: BBC
Martina Purdy

Ed v Eric in BC archive battle?: Irish Echo

Police release more riot images: UTV

Cigarette smuggler jailed for failing to pay £500k order: BBC

Garda filed false claim, inquiry told: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Tribunal hears evidence on phone-tap of IRA man: Belfast Telegraph

Collusion inquiry phone evidence heard privately: The News Letter

How 9/11 gave the IRA an exit route from 'war': Belfast Telegraph
Ed Moloney

Sinn Fein should run for Irish presidency – Mary Lou McDonald: BBC

25/1 on Martin being President: Mid Ulster Mail

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness on US investment trip: BBC

Racist scum must not be tolerated – Tough new laws needed (Sep 5): (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Campaign to save the Irish Post:
Roy Greenslade

Gay row 'may split church': The News Letter

Secularists seek royal seal of approval for Catholics (Sep 2): Edinburgh Evening News

Answer sought to the West Lothian question: BBC

UK parties bid to stem tide towards Scottish independence: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Salmond unveils road map to independence: The Herald
Brian Currie

New blows in the battle of the Union (Sep 4): Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

A suicidal move for the Union: Daily Telegraph

Wednesday, September 7

Irish republicans and loyalists denounce new supergrass trial:
Henry McDonald

UVF boss 'smirked as he ordered murder': Irish Examiner
David Young and Steven McCaffery

UVF man wanted quick killing so he 'could get kebab': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Formalities fail to mask garish backdrop to UVF 'supergrass' case: BBC

Time warp inside and outside of court as old friends and foe come face to face: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Transparency key to supergrass success:
Mary O'Rawe

A history of the UDA: BBC

Commuting in uniform plan 'suicide' for PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Alleged County Tyrone Real IRA leader granted bail: BBC

Man accused of firearm offences refused bail: Belfast Telegraph

Finlay hits out at 'Facebook bomb threat': Ballymoney Times

Newry residents "unaware" of Black Saturday Parades: The Cross Examiner

Response to Irish signs debate: Ballymoney Times

Smithwick Tribunal hears about search of IRA man's home: BBC

Fighting for Confidentiality:
Scott Jaschik

Rev Latimer for Ard Fheis – Presbyterian clergyman in 'historic' move: Derry Journal

Sinn Fein tipped to run Gildernew for president: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Celtic fans' IRA chants drove me away from the club I love, says Pat Nevin: The Scotsman
Scott McNab

Neil Lennon parcel-bomb suspects to stand trial:
Severin Carrell

Pair deny plan to murder Celtic boss and high-profile fans with explosive devices: The Scotsman
Lucinda Cameron

The Way of All Tory Flesh: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Cllr McShane pushing on with Gaza 'twinning' bid: Ballymoney Times

Tuesday, September 6

NI police ombudsman office 'dysfunctional': RTE

New report puts pressure on Hutchinson to quit or be sacked:
Barry McCaffrey

Northern Ireland's police ombudsman to step down earlier than planned:
Henry McDonald

NI police ombudsman to resist calls for resignation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Hutchinson debate flags up other questions of the past: BBC
Mark Devenport

Al Hutchinson must spell out the problems of cold cases: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Report on Police Ombudsman's office 'most critical ever': BBC
Vincent Kearney

'It's essential Government deals with the past': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Report will refocus Ombudsman's role (Sep 5): Belfast Telegraph

High security for supergrass trial: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ring of steel as supergrass trial of loyalists begins: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

UVF supergrass trial – the background: BBC

Supergrass system back in the dock after 25 years in limbo:
Barry McCaffrey & Chris Moore

Dolores Kelly on verge of entering race for SDLP deputy's job: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

East Belfast and Ballyclare riots – Images released: BBC

Rioter handed four-year jail term: UTV

Man in court in Armagh over terror offences: BBC

They have nothing on me, says Corey: Lurgan Mail

Frew condemns attack on GAA club: Ballymoney Times

Police sign up for Irish lessons: Belfast Telegraph

God protected me, claims loyalist Adair: The News Letter

Libya IRA compensation deal is vital – David Cameron: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Mosely

Public fund Sands mural: The News Letter

SF must contest election, says Doherty (Sep 4): Sunday Business Post
Niamh Connolly

Presbyterian cleric to address SF rally: The News Letter

What the Irish Post did for Irishness:
Padraig Reidy

Time now for calm and rational debate on child abuse (Sep 5): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Republic's politicians will separate church and state: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Support for separation rises, as Unionists 'asleep on job': The Scotsman
David Maddox and Scott Macnab

The Union will be over by 2030. Fact:
Ed West

Monday, September 5

Belfast supergrass trial – security forces prepare for violence:
Henry McDonald

What's in store for politicians as the assembly returns?: BBC
Martina Purdy

Patsy McGlone speaks on missing out on ministerial role: BBC

Report will refocus Ombudsman's role: Belfast Telegraph

Hoisting of republican flag was 'a petty stunt': Larne Times

Man held for dissident questioning: UTV

Civil servants rejected unionist 'exodus' proposals: Londonderry Sentinel

African revelations show need for truth process: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Time to allow our kids the chance to embrace diversity (Sep 3): Belfast Telegraph
Noreen Campbell

'North needs to be competitive' – Chamber: Derry Journal

Government stands over criticism of Vatican on child abuse: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan and Patsy McGarry

This attack on confession is a threat to all religions (Sep 2): Irish Independent
David Quinn

Church and state – The Vatican response is unsurprising: Irish Examiner

Neil Lennon verdict will 'seriously damage' fight against bigots: The Scotsman
Gareth Rose

Backing for tougher action on 'offensive' sectarianism: BBC

What was once Scotland's secret shame has now become an ugly stain on our reputation ... and it can turn violent (Sep 4): Sunday Herald
Jack McConnell

Coalition comes out fighting against 'catastrophic' Scottish independence (Sep 2): The Guardian
Allegra Stratton

Yes voters take lead in new independence poll: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Sunday, September 4

Ards alert declared a hoax: UTV

Supergrass Trial – Two brothers, a bloody feud and an unprecedented trial in court 12: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

SDLP must plot a radical course or sink from view: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Man charged over July disorder: UTV

Our new laws may be hard to enforce (Sep 2): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Why those silent watchers deserve to be honoured: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Mothers and daughters reflect on the Holy Cross protest: BBC

Ex-paramilitary member to testify at Orange hall: Portadown Times

IRA apologists can't preach morality to us: Sunday Independent
Michael McDowell

£200k paid out to prisoners in compensation in last two years: Londonderry Sentinel

Lagan College – Revolutionary school turns 30 (Sep 1): Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Vatican Rebukes Ireland Over Claims on Sexual Abuse: New York Times
Rachel Donadio

Fianna Fáil party may be too damaged to fight back: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Complain about Traveller sites in the UK and you're called a racist: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Scottish Conservative Party set to disband: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Irish MP shares perspectives on peace: ABS-CBN (Philippines)
Caroline J. Howard

Saturday, September 3

Security fears for city as supergrass case begins: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Loyalist back in custody for major murder trial: The News Letter

Supergrass Trial – Shining the spotlight on dirty war's dark corners: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

We need official opposition in Assembly – MLAs: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Order writes to church over Gibson: The News Letter

Belfast's peace walls may be set to tumble: The Irish Times

Is NI ready for peace walls to be removed?: BBC
Laura Bleakley

Barriers testify to political failure: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

TUV slams Irish language project: The News Letter

Sinn Fein's O'Dowd turns down plan for Irish nurseries: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Londonderry man jailed for 7 years for guns and ammo offences: Londonderry Sentinel

Sectarian attack statistics 'misleading' says PSNI's Burrows: BBC

Sectarian hot spot: Derry Journal

First Derry Presbyterian church paint bombed: Derry Journal

Family call for bomb report: Derry Journal

Former top Garda Kevin Carthy fails to appear at Smithwick Tribunal: BBC

Tribunal slates ex-garda's no-show: Irish Independent
Gerard Cunningham

Evidence of army escort might emerge: The News Letter

Boston College (Cont.) – Taking Aim at the DOJ: HistoryNewsNetwork.US
Chris Bray

New Troubles drama to bring The Exodus to life (Apr 8): Derry Journal

City council wants IRFU to play Soldiers' Song at Cup: Evening Herald
Cormac Murphy

Our dual cultures can proudly sing this time around: Irish Independent
Sean Diffley

Neil Lennon assault case – an incredible verdict: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Strong leadership needed in defence of the Union (Sep 1): The Herald

Friday, September 2

UUP outspends all parties in Assembly election campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

GAA official to sit on Policing Board: UTV

Flags issue is 'difficult and emotive', police chief tells DPP: Ballymena Times

Ombudsman and prison problems on Ford's mind: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Man charged over dissident activity: UTV

Let's sound the last post for this sort of electioneering ...: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

As gaeilge – PSNI and sports stars to lead language push (Sep 1): Irish Independent
Steven McCaffery

Ervine relative speaks up for Irish:

Lawsuit challenges subpoenas issued for BC Irish Troubles interviews: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Dead men do tell tales if you wait long enough: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Kingsmills 're-investigation' is welcomed: The News Letter

McGurk families may sue Baggott: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

RUC murders tribunal told helicopters heard near scene: BBC

Tribunal hears doubts over garda's integrity: RTE

SF 'hypocrisy' over bomb report delay is slammed: The News Letter

Gildernew for Irish Presidency?: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Sinn Fein decision to run a candidate for Irish president a body blow for Fianna Fail: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

I was wrong about Ahern, he served only at the altar of his ego for political power: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Paul take up new human rights post: Lurgan Mail

Why the Irish Post went into liquidation: Press Gazette
Paul Donovan

Time to welcome a pilgrim pope: The Irish Times
John Waters

Lennon 'pretty low' over attack verdict: UTV

Lord advocate says Lennon case prosecution was 'right': BBC

GAA-turned-Rangers player gets apology: UTV

Sorry, Mr McBride, but you're talking nonsense: The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Thursday, September 1

Pub gun attack suspect cheats death three times: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Could Real IRA claim put ex-cop in danger?: Donegal Democrat

Ex-RUC reservist in fear for his security after address leaks: Portadown Times

Police face tough questions over Kerr murder team arrests: Tyrone Times

Woman jailed for murdering Donegal man loses appeal: Donegal Democrat

A whiff of irony in BC archives case: Irish Echo

Right of Reply – Gerry Adams was never target of Boston College Oral History project: Irish Voice/
Anthony McIntyre

Slow progress in tackling Northern Ireland's past (Aug 30): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

In Donegal, looking back and gazing westward: Irish Echo

Minister takes in games with eye on 2013: Irish Echo

New format for Northern Ireland Policing Board: BBC

Growing clamour over who gets what in UK grants shareout: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Fianna Fáil decides against fielding presidential candidate: The Irish Times
Harry Mcgee

Failure of NI company costs Dublin banks £43m: BBC

Fan cleared of assault on Lennon and sectarian slur: The Herald
Catherine Shanks

Catholic teenager playing for Rangers is threatened: Belfast Telegraph
Connla Young

The truth is, Scotland is no longer the Protestant country it once was (Aug 31): The Scotsman
John Curtice

Moore broadside on cost of separate Scotland: The Herald
Michael Settle


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