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Saturday, September 15

Robinson calls on Irish Govt to apologise for IRA emergence: RTE

Two released in Alan Ryan funeral investigation: RTE

Brothers of slain RIRA boss Ryan kept in custody: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Three due in court over Real IRA funeral: UTV

Zero tolerance for dissident actions: Irish Independent

Paint bomb attack during PSNI raid: UTV

Parades row between UUP's Kelly and McCrea rumbles on: Tyrone Times

Police in hard-hitting attack on Twelfth riots: The News Letter

Ministers still silent over appointees' political links: The News Letter

'No increased threat' to ex-IRA researcher: UTV

'No threat' to McIntyre from tapes disclosure: The Irish Times

Price 'did not mention Jean McConville' in Boston College tapes: BBC

Boston College tapes – 'writer under no increased threat': BBC

Derry City Council appoints Army veterans' advocate: BBC

Parties clash over veterans move: Derry Journal

'Sunday' relatives shock at Hillsborough findings: Derry Journal

Government must honour the agreement and reinstate funding for the A5: Tyrone Times

McIlroy helps tee up yet another border conflict: The Irish Times
Michael Walker

Year of celebration flags up Rory's big dilemma: Irish Independent
Sean Diffley

Britain should seize this chance to strike a new deal with Europe: Daily Telegraph
John Major

Loophole that let students dodge tuition fees in Scotland is closed: The Scotsman
Chris Marshall

Why political posturing is costing us a fortune: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Plaid Cymru leader – we can only prosper if we do things for ourselves (Sep 12):
Andrew Sparrow

Friday, September 14

Alliance parries Jim Allister criticism: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

War of words between unionists: Portadown Times

Kerry could hold key to denying Boston tapes to PSNI (Sep 10): Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

Hundreds unite at Maze protest: The News Letter

Maze protest motives questioned: Ulster Star

17 arrested over paramilitary display at funeral: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe and Shaun Connolly

Massive round-up of dissidents as weapons seized in raids blitz: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Adams backs funeral-display arrests:

Gardai should have used snatch squads at Ryan funeral: Irish Independent
Michael Carty

Dissident republican arrests after funeral: The News Letter

NI victims' group disappointed after attempt to get Government apology: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Taoiseach meeting disappoints Kingsmills families: The News Letter

Kingsmills massacre victims' families seek apology from Taoiseach Enda Kenny: RTE

British PM says Hillsborough disaster and Bloody Sunday share 'common ground': Derry Journal

We must seize Tricolour back from thugs: The Irish Times
John Waters

SDLP fails so far to censure Nelson McCausland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Durkan welcomes gold postbox for Jason Smyth: Derry Journal

Jason Smyth strikes gold in post box campaign: Londonderry Sentinel

Rory's national choice is none of our business: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Robinson leads Twitter followers list: UTV

'Clarity needed' from SDLP on gay marriage: Tyrone Times

Domesday! Part of England after Scots independence?: Aberdeen Press and Journal
Calum Ross

Thursday, September 13

McConville family call for arrest of SF leader Adams: Irish Independent
Tim McKenzie

Dissident with IRA man when he was shot won't help gardai: Irish News

Garda under pressure over RIRA funeral in Dublin: The News Letter

Minister criticises RTE over 'platform' given to dissidents: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Why are these paramilitary flags still flying in our city four days after Ryan's funeral?: Evening Herald
Conor Feehan

OFMDFM was wrong on appointments – watchdog: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Maze Prison redevelopment plans take shape: BBC
Mark Devenport

Anger at veterans meeting: Derry Journal

Man charged over parade disorder: UTV

Appeal over paramilitary style beating: UTV

'The day I was told I was to be murdered' – Rev McCrea: Mid Ulster Mail

IRA victims to meet Taoiseach in Dublin: The News Letter

Taxi driver John Flynn in legal bid over UVF collusion probe: BBC

Rights will help fix what is wrong with our society (Sep 11): Belfast Telegraph
Michael O'Flaherty

We shouldn't turn our backs on Protestant survivors of abuse: Irish Examiner
Victoria White

Talk to terrorists – generals and spies agree: Financial Times
Richard Norton-Taylor

The DUP's full role in Red Sky row revealed:
Barry McCaffrey

Dear God, leave Rory alone:
Eamon Lynch

Don't wrap the green flag around golfer Rory McIlroy – Let Rory play under the Union Jack if that's what he wants: Irish Voice/
Patrick Roberts

Why Scotland requires the levers of full economic control (Sep 7): The Scotsman
Jim McColl

Anti-Europe sentiment rises sharply in UK: Financial Times
James Blitz

Wednesday, September 12

Ex-IRA chief calls for end to military-style parades: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

DUP man 'honoured' to head up Maze body: The News Letter

Assembly snubbed over Maze announcement, claims Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Architect Daniel Libeskind who transformed Ground Zero has designs on Maze site: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Priest extends 'open invitation' to Royal Black: The News Letter

Parades fiasco not Black and Orange: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Union flags removed in Limavady estates: Londonderry Sentinel

'Former political prisoners should check insurance policies' – Murphy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

New blood but Secretary of State Theresa Villiers faces same old problems: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Ryan family won't apologise over RIRA links: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Ryan family – Gardaí disinterested in son's murder: Irish Examiner
Claire O'Sullivan

Armed garda raid in hunt for guns used at Ryan's funeral: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Criminal gangs are winning as political classes keep mouths shut (Sep 11): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

And remind me, who runs the country again? (Sep 11): Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Man cleared of Emmet Shiels murder: Derry Journal

RAAD mistaken identity victim is refused compensation: BBC

Rory McIlroy's Ireland-GB Olympic dilemma doesn't matter to fans in his hometown:
Alan Bastable

Rory McIlroy home town fans care not who he turns out for ... as long as he keeps flag flying for Holywood: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Voices of reason as McIlroy debate tees off on NI radio: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Flag of inconvenience – Rory Mac's Olympic dilemma looks lose-lose: Daily Mirror
Neil McLeman

Is Rory right to declare now he feels "more British then Irish": Irish Examiner
Charlie Mulqueen & Simon Lewis

Why Rory McIlroy is happier to be British and not Irish – No history of Irish nationalism in area where he grew up: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

McIlroy in the rough with decision:
Alistair Tait

McIlroy a golfer of many Olympic countries: Palm Springs Desert Sun
Larry Bohannan

No gold post box for Jason Smyth: UTV

Bankrupt McFeely avoids jail over €24,000 debt: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Scottish Independence – EC spokesman quizzed over EU entry for new states: BBC

Tuesday, September 11

'No shrine' at Maze site – Robinson: UTV

McGuinness 'relaxed' over Maze DUP chair: UTV

Glentoran chairman Terence Brannigan to oversee Maze development: BBC

SDLP leader accuses Nelson McCausland of breaching code of office: BBC

McCausland 'breached ministerial pledge': UTV

St Patrick's priest offers talks with Royal Black Institution: BBC

Man arrested over parade trouble: UTV

'Time for Saval flags to come down' – McKevitt: Newry Times
Paul Malone

In Scotland's mirror: The Irish Times

Kearney – No excuse for IRA bomb hurt: Irish News

Irish groups seeking alliance with Boston College: Irish Echo

Three of Ryan's hardmen to take over terror mob: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Gardai plan crackdownon dissident republicans: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Derry dissidents at murdered Dublin Real IRA man's funeral: Derry Journal

Duffy gives graveside oration for IRA leader: Irish News
Sarah Stack

Justice Minister Alan Shatter defends garda handling of Ryan funeral: RTE

Commissioner defends Garda handling of Ryan funeral: The Irish Times
Paul Cullen & Anne Lucey

They won't be so cocky when officers come knocking (Sep 10): Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Public defiance of law can not be tolerated (Sep 10): Irish Independent

Police probing paramilitary link after Castlemara assault: Carrick Times

Police attacked during security aler: Derry Journal

'Guns and ammunition' found after car is stopped on A1: BBC

McIlroy rejects claims he'll play for Britain at 2016 Olympics: Irish Independent
Karl MacGinty and Cormac McQuinn

Rory defends his cultural identity: The News Letter

Rory McIlroy's open letter on his 'national allegiance': BBC

Unwrap the green flag round our Rory: The Irish Times
Philip Reid

Rory McIlroy – Issue not as sensitive as it once was: Irish Examiner

Team Ireland's sprint star Jason Smyth – I'm not politically Irish or British, I don't really care: Belfast Telegraph
Jerome Taylor

Hope it's better than before! England to play Ireland for first time since 1995: Daily Mail
Colin Young

Sinn Fein is the new opposition: Derry Journal

Shadow Dancer gets mixed verdict from ex-IRA infiltrators:
Henry McDonald

Alec Shelbrooke – Tory MP red faced after 'Northern Island' Twitter gaffe: Daily Telegraph

Culture year in Derry will be knockout success – Boris Johnson: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

We ourselves are fit to make a new republic: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Monday, September 10

Unionists can celebrate 'without fear': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

SF chairman urges will to compromise further: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Ulster politics needs new thinking: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Republic must decide what relationship it wants with NI: The Irish Times
Andy Pollack

Theresa may be green but there's a chance for her to shine (Sep 6): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Unionist rejects 32-county talks call: The News Letter

Police petrol bombed at hoax alert: UTV

We can't let mob rule take us back to bad old days: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Gamble

Shatter decries paramilitary trappings: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Gardai confident of arresting dissidents behind gun salute: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Paul Melia

Terrorist funeral – No room for ambiguity: Irish Examiner

Changing face of PSNI and GAA relationship: BBC
Jenny Witt

Families of IRA victims to hold Taoiseach talks: The News Letter

'Digital switchover raises North-South issues' – McKevitt: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Hume honoured in peace chair funding: UTV

SDLP to set up 'Perth office' (Sep 4): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Constitutional convention will be bold new step (Sep 8): The Irish Times
David Farrell

Probe as fire damages flats built by Priory Hall developer McFeely: Irish Independent

Team GB in Rio? Rory McIlroy says he owes a lot to Irish golf but feels more British: Daily Mail
Derek Lawrenson

Union will not be unstable if Scotland leaves – Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Independent Scotland won't have automatic EU status, hints Barroso (Sep 9): Sunday Herald

Are we in for different kind of split? (Sep 8): The Scotsman
Alf Young

Sunday, September 9

500 at Dublin funeral of murdered Real IRA man:
Henry McDonald

Dissidents put on show of strength for Ryan funeral: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Police watch on as volley of shots ring out at Real IRA boss' funeral after he was killed in clinical daylight hit: Daily Mail
Valerie Hanley and Alison O'Reilly

How time ran out for killer with a double life: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Grief, deep as it was, was sidelined for a while: Sunday Independent
Gene Kerrigan

Tensions eased after loyal orders pull Ardoyne shops feeder parade: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Order's respect plea as parade is dropped: The News Letter

£77,000 – cost of chaos caused by bomb hoaxer (Sep 7): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Secretary of State's interviews tell us little: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Frazer set to appear at Dublin probe: The News Letter

Revealed – Scottish terrorist's role in Belfast bar bomb that killed 15: The Scotsman
Nicholas Christian

Smyth tweets for gold post box: UTV

Caleb Foundation probe wasn't an attack on unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Holiday traffic is venturing across the border now: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Sinn Fein happy to meet at Westminster (Sep 5): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

'Big Man' ponders the faith, and the death, of Carson (Sep 7): The News Letter

'I try to avoid politics now': The News Letter

Stormont 'must fund councils shake-up': Belfast Telegraph

Drink! Fecklessness! Partitionism! Shame! The Irish ideologies (Sep 8): The Irish Times
Patrick Freyne

Peter Robinson warns on Scottish independence vote: BBC

Scottish Diaspora Must Add Voice to Independence Debate: Caledonian Mercury
Andrew McDiarmid

'50 Shades of God' book 'may offend' (Sep 3): The News Letter
Suzanne Breen

Peace in our time (Sep 4): Colombia Reports
Kevin Howlett

Saturday, September 8

Belfast rioters attacked police with flower pots, court hears:
Henry McDonald

PSNI chief Matt Baggott challenges politicians to take burden off police on parades: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Top Orangeman ready for residents' talks: UTV

Man bailed over church parade incident: UTV

Ardoyne Covenant parade withdrawn: UTV

For the sake of peace it's time marchers left, right? (Sep 5): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

We must look at new picture of loyalism (Sep 5): Belfast Telegraph
Peter Shirlow

Plea for public help to combat paramilitaries: Derry Journal
Ian Cullen

Hundreds of republican dissidents to attend Ryan funeral in Dublin: (from the Ulster News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Man arrested as gardaí prepare for murdered Ryan's paramilitary funeral: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Suspect is held over murder of RIRA man: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Northern Ireland Olympic Torch policing cost explained: BBC

Towns with very different challenges for police officers out on patrol: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Sinn Fein's Danny Morrison set for legal payout: Belfast Telegraph

'IRA tapes' handover appeal granted: UTV

Opening up the gateway to peace: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Derry PSNI officer 'proud to play GAA': Derry Journal

Ian Paisley jnr's rent bill eighth highest in the Commons: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

DUP supports 'traditional definition' of marriage: Banbridge Leader

Are we so proud of adoption sham we need to export it?: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

How we can breathe new life into our dying villages (Aug 28): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Scotland then, Scotland now, Scotland forever.. Old Firm fans hit back: Scottish Daily Record

Scottish independence – Jim McColl receives a warm welcome from Salmond: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Scots may choose to be British in wake of Yes vote: The Herald
Kate Devlin

The SNP says it would kick Trident out of Scotland. But at what cost?:
Ian Jack

Friday, September 7

North Belfast riots – Robinson and McGuinness meet Baggott: BBC

Northern Ireland peace process is at risk, claims Martin McGuinness: Daily Telegraph
Rosa Prince

Loyal order apology calms tensions ahead of parade: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

NI leaders welcome Order's apology: UTV

PSNI in parades body respect call: UTV

DUP helped light fuse... now they must put it out: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

PSNI chief praises officers' work during riots in Belfast: RTE

Belfast riots: The Irish Times

Leadership arrives at last over rioting: Belfast Telegraph

Fiery orange glow – An entirely new excuse to fight: The Economist

The future is not orange, but neither is it green: The Scotsman
George Kerevan

Royal Black Institution apology to St Patrick's Church over march: BBC

It's time to stop parading our sectarianism for all to see: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Robinson challenges SF over events at Dungiven: Londonderry Sentinel

Fight over BC's Belfast history project goes to court: Boston Globe
Evan Allen

Appeals over Dolours Price interviews to start: BBC

Hand over report into 1992 killing of my parents, daughter begs: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Man bereaved by IRA to speak at SF summer school: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Armed gardai out in force for Ryan's paramilitary funeral: Evening Herald
Niall O' Connor, Ken Foy and Conor Feehan

Derry link to Dublin dissident murder: Derry Journal

Family say Real IRA man had information: The Irish Times

Hooded gangs erect flags in honour of slain terror boss: Evening Herald
Conor Feehan and Ken Foy

Real IRA playboy Alan Ryan is mourned by lovers (Sep 6): The Irish Sun
Joanne McElgunn

Troubles link to weapons find: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Northern Ireland bill of rights – very little progress says NIHRC: BBC

Eight days of my life are missing: The News Letter

Lawyer gave McFeely €290,000 tax scam cash: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald and Tom Brady

Old Firm fans under-fire over their international allegiances: Scottish Daily Record
Chris Roberts

Scottish independence – Business billionaire Jim McColl backs independence: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Osborne – eurozone crisis shows Scottish independence plans would not work:
Severin Carrell

Osborne – Scotland "walks taller" within UK: The Herald

Thursday, September 6

Robinson and McGuinness pursue parading solution: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

North Belfast riots – Martin McGuinness blames bigotry: BBC

Peter Robinson condemns north Belfast violence: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland – envoy to meet loyalists in effort to avert riots:
Henry McDonald

Nelson McCausland faces storm over parade lawlessness: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke and Anna Maguire

Carlisle Circus, Belfast, rioters 'in Facebook arrangements': BBC

Rioters roll up, roll up to the Circus, but no one's laughing at the 'entertainment': Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

'Trouble not in name of Orange': The News Letter

Politicians criticised over 'slow response' to violence: BBC
Mark Devenport

Politicians must speak out against sectarian revival: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

Northern Ireland – bricks, stones and stalemate:
Alex Kane

Orange march to mark Covenant milestone: The News Letter

'This was attempted mass murder', claims Peter Neill: Coleraine Times

Teenager arrested over police explosive device attack: Derry Journal

Derry march charges re-instated in Marian Price case: BBC

Road closed in Newry security alert: UTV

Ryan murder suspect: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Murdered Ryan linked to crime on both sides of Border: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

McCord inquest delayed for supergrass: UTV

Challenges delay inquest of shot IRA man: UTV

Belfast Project Case May Go To Supreme Court: The Heights (Boston College)
David Cote

Progress made in community policing, says CJI report (Sep 4): BBC

No single answer is going to solve problem of crime (Sep 4): Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Byrne and John Topping

Northern Ireland bill of rights document published: BBC

David Cameron's reshuffle could signal the end for a cut in corporation tax: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Let's hope new Secretary is as passionate as last: Belfast Telegraph
David Elliot

Maginnis insists – 'I'm no homophobe' in interview after dramatic resignation: Tyrone Times

Wednesday, September 5

Police attacked in north Belfast for third night: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery and Michael McHugh

PSNI injured on third night of trouble: UTV

NI politicians told to stop 'posturing' and sort out dispute: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

It's time to engage seriously on issue of sectarian riots – PSNI chief: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Appeal after third night of violence: The News Letter

'Most people want the PSNI there... they are glad to see you': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Row erupts over claims of UVF involvement in Belfast riots: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Northern Ireland leaders hold emergency talks over Belfast rioting:
Henry McDonald

Firm leadership needed to find the way forward: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Belfast riots are price of poor politics: The Independent

Leadership needed to stop this rioting: Belfast Telegraph

The North – A cautionary tale of reconciliation: Irish Examiner
Stephen Rainey and Jason Walsh

PSNI alert issued ahead of Orange parade: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bishop speaks out over parading: The News Letter

Gardai hunting foreign hitman in Alan Ryan murder: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Gardaí watch Real IRA to prevent murder retaliation: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keefe

Real IRA man Alan Ryan shot dead in 'targeted killing': BBC

Real IRA poised to wreak brutal murder revenge: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

'IRA' is 'sickening': Derry Journal

Carroll killers convicted of cell damage: Banbridge Leader

Theresa Villiers to be new NI Secretary: BBC

Villiers delighted with NI job: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Villiers 'must prioritise' NI tax issue: UTV

What Theresa Villiers will soon discover: BBC
Mark Devenport

'Paterson proved post still has merit': The News Letter
Sam McBride

We deserve better from Westminster: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein slams Jim Allister over hunger strike march remarks: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

SDLP criticised for 'fence-sitting' on gay marriage motion: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Scottish independence – Referendum details must be thrashed out within weeks, Salmond told: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Salmond quickens pace on independence vote to avoid conflict and further delay:
Severin Carrell

Tuesday, September 4

Nine more police officers injured as sectarian violence erupts in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Police petrol bombed in second night of riots: The News Letter

Belfast rioters 'tried to murder' police officers:
Henry McDonald

Police blame loyalists for Belfast parade trouble: BBC

'Paramilitaries' blamed for city trouble: UTV

Row over UVF violence claims: UTV

North runs risk of Wild West madness: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Political leaders need to rein in Orange disorder: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Real IRA leader terrorist shot dead in street by likely hired hitman say Gardai: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Real IRA figure gunned down: The News Letter

Duffy guilty of wrecking prison cell: UTV

Family of murder victims may sue Asda over loyalist tributes: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

NI's new victims commissioner is Kathryn Stone: BBC

Irish speaking PSNI officer stuns bigot: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott

Accused financier allowed a passport: Irish Examiner
Ton Tuite

Ex-MLA slams Alliance gay vote: The News Letter
Sam McBride

If unionists are British they should leave gays in peace:
Henry McDonald

Gay vote will test Alliance unity: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Monday, September 3

47 police officers hurt in Belfast sectarian riots: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast rioters 'savage' against police:
Henry McDonald

The right way forward for PSNI: Belfast Telegraph

Royal Black Institution in contact with priest over trouble at parade: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Orange' Twelfth move for park sparks anger: Portadown Times

David McNarry on parading alternatives (Sep 1): The News Letter
David McNarry

Orange row would have worried dad: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Bonfire alternative 'a success' (Aug 28): Derry Journal

Former mayor to revisit his IRA past: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

New exhibition aims to inspire dialogue on the Troubles: Coleraine Times

Ford – Why Alliance back gay marriage: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sensitivity on abortion debate – McIlveen (Aug 28): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Caleb and its links to Stormont power (Aug 31): Belfast Telegraph

Two-faced tradition proudly upheld by Irish republicans (Aug 31): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Sunday, September 2

UUP must be disciplined – Nesbitt: The News Letter

Former big beast scents blood over pivotal gay row: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

McNarry warns against new parades body: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Flute band shocked by SF support: The News Letter

Unionists stung by criticism into fresh debate on parades: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Fein targeted by porn hoaxer – police investigate: Mid Ulster Mail

Ska sounds fine but loyalists got mad about trad at Ardoyne fleadh: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Now is time to get our place up and running (Aug 31): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Will Stormont pass test on integrated education?: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Caskey

Remarkable revival of Derry as 'U.K. City of Culture': Philadelphia Inquirer
Mackenzie Carpenter

Belfast vis-a-vis: St Augustine Record
Blake Souder

Alliance votes for same sex civil marriage: UTV

Gay marriage slammed by Grand Master (Aug 27): The News Letter

Abortion comments 'out of step' with NI (Aug 29): UTV

Why religious belief can't be allowed to drive abortion law (Aug 27): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Calls for release of former West Basque: Belfast Media

Unionist divisions threaten to play into Salmond's hands: Scotland on Sunday
Euan McColm

Saturday, September 1

Irish Troubles researchers vow to go to US Supreme Court to protect B.C. interviews: Boston Globe
Martin Finucane

Carson's legacy is safe, but his party's in crisis (Aug 29): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Band video claims 'pathetic': Derry Journal

Loyal Orders have surrendered the high ground: The News Letter
Michael Shilliday

No jail for 'provocative act' at parade: UTV

Two men charged in dissident republican terror inquiry: BBC

'Taoiseach should admit collusion' (Aug 29): UTV

Civil Rights March Welcomed: Tyrone Times

An Irishman's Diary: The Irish Times
Frank McNally

There is no political constituency that gets angry at the neglect of these poor murdered policemen: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Votes for all: Irish Echo

Attorney General intervenes in European same-sex adoption legal battle (Aug 25): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Path out of crisis will mean far closer ties to EU neighbours: The Irish Times
Derek Scally

Leading clergyman speaks out over sensitive issue (Aug 25): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Lobbying on abortion (Aug 28): The Irish Times

Barcelona v Berwick – The Old Firm are now in very different leagues: The Irish Times
Michael Walker

SNP Nato turnaround is morally defenceless: The Scotsman
Tom Miers


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