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Sunday, September 15

Politicians seeking an extra year on the hill: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Haass talks – NI church leaders endorse Hope and History campaign: BBC

Haass adamant talks won't continue into next year: Irish News

DUP-SF talks deal on parades can't be starting point for talks – Order: The News Letter
Sam McBride

He's already trying to solve parades and flags... now Richard Haass wants to sort out segregated education and housing: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Willie Frazer relieved at progress over flag protest charges: The News Letter

McDevitt will return to public life says SDLP's newest MLA: Irish News

New SDLP MLA Fearghal McKinney defends park vote: The News Letter
Sam McBride

King William portrait stolen during attack on Orange Hall: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Man wanted in NI remanded: Evening Herald

Super-councils plan put in jeopardy due to sectarian squabbling: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Clock is ticking for 'Dr. No' Ian Paisley: Gulf News
Mick O'Reilly

McGuinness' views on Omagh cut little ice with IRA victims: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Why Gilmore is right to remind us the North hasn't gone away: Sunday Independent
Ronan Fanning

Could Dublin have done more to defeat IRA campaign? (Sep 15): The Irish Times
Henry Patterson

South did nothing and let the IRA get away with murder: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Only a sick society canonises killers (Sep 13): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Simpson

Deflecting attention won't work (Sep 13): Derry Journal

Republic's deputy PM candid about Dublin role in the Troubles: The News Letter

Petition for new football anthem: The News Letter

Public backlash halts new UVF paramilitary mural replacing George Best image in east Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle Smyth

Replacing the George Best mural reflects an unwelcome trend (Sep 6): The News Letter

British colonel who refused to apologise for Bloody Sunday: Sunday Independent
Susan McKay

Irish continues to course through the area (Sep 12): Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Top Commons expenses claimant Ian Paisley Jnr maintains defence of costs: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

SF select Ó Riada daughter to contest Euro elections: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Rangers fan who encouraged people to send bombs and bullets to Neil Lennon faces prison sentence: Scottish Daily Record

The case for Scottish independence: The Scotsman
Alex Salmond

A year that will shape Scotland's destiny: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

How to talk to the terrorist (Sep 6): The Indian Express
Khaled Ahmed

Saturday, September 14

Haass – Local leaders must compromise on tough issues: The News Letter

US involvement in new North talks prompted by concern to avoid 'backsliding': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Richard Haass – Americans thought NI conflict 'was resolved': BBC

Haass promises "no restrictions" on dealing with Northern Ireland's legacy:
Steven McCaffery

Loyalist protests: This won't be like Drumcree – we will win and walk through Ardoyne: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Loyalist flag protester Jamie Bryson defends alleged singing of sectarian 'Billy Boys' song: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Kilrea flag not helping - MLA: Coleraine Times

Ryan Gray jailed for rioting on first night of union flag protests: BBC

Work to swap Best mural for UVF halted: UTV

Five in court in dissident probe: UTV

Sinn Fein attacks NI Secretary over Omagh ruling (Sep 13): The Independent
David McKittrick

Unionists ask questions about Sinn Fein knowledge of Omagh bombers: The News Letter

Omagh bomb heartache – strain shows on a day of agony: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Chris Kilpatrick

Government fails to comprehend Omagh families' justice call: The News Letter

Steve Pound MP – Moved by my visit to Omagh in Northern Ireland: Ealing Gazette

Doherty family welcomes victim debate: Derry Journal

Call for a new body to aid victims: The News Letter

Theresa Villiers ends Troubles documents legal action: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Presentation exposing collusion murders in Tyrone set for this week: Ulster Herald

HET chief Dave Cox exits after Matt Baggott U-turn: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

Ritchie presses Secretary of State over reform of HET: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Former broadcaster McKinney replaces Conall McDevitt in south Belfast: The News Letter

'Civil rights not given place' – Colr. Boyle: Derry Journal

United Ireland Economic Case promoted in America: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Monument to Laois Republicans unveiled (Sep 3): Leinster Express

Should Northern Ireland play Sunday football at Windsor Park?: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Beacom

DUP's Ian Paisley jr had highest expenses claim (Sep 12): BBC

EU peace funder at Troubles film (Sep 10): Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Enda should remember the Dáil is also just a house of cards: Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

No plausible case made for a second chamber: The Irish Times
Alex White

Alistair Darling – Scottish independence outcome is 'pretty fluid': The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Salmond – PM must say yes to independence showdown: The Herald
Robbie Dinwoodie

Friday, September 13

Haass feels 'urgency' for talks progress: UTV

Robinson calls for inclusive talks under Haass chairmanship: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Elliott will be only Fermanagh politician at Haass talks: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Haass talks may flag up parade solution, but fail over past: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

American English: UTV
Tracey Magee

Hardly a fleg to stand on as Mr Haass moves in: Belfast Media

Bomb hoaxers 'signalling to Haass': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Haass must tread political minefield: Belfast Telegraph

Police fear loyalist parade: The News Letter
Gemma Murray and Mark Rainey

Loyalists vow to maintain protest at north Belfast flashpoint until Christmas and beyond: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Protests and poetry – what a contrast (Sep 11): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Within the walls of the Maze: UTV

Fearghal McKinney chosen as MLA to replace Conall McDevitt: BBC

Complaint over Flanagan 'clampit' tweet: UTV

McMullan claim 'gives Larne a very bad image': Larne Times

Endangering the lives of children is beyond callous – police officer: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

PSNI discover haul of ammunition in Armagh: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Police uncover ammunition in Forkhill: Newry Times

Guns, bombs seized in Ryan crew swoop: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Dublin silent on historian's call for probe into IRA links: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Why our future is history unless we deal with past: Belfast Telegraph
Patrick Corrigan

Elliott says Sinn Fein wants 'pro- republican environment' in council: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Historical Enquiries Team head Dave Cox to step down: BBC

New Omagh bombing inquiry ruled out by government:
Rowena Mason

Fury of Omagh families after public inquiry is ruled out – Relatives brand decision 'feeble' attempt to hide from the truth: Daily Mail
Stephen Wright

Relatives seek review of UK decision on Omagh inquiry: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Simon Carswell

Governments have let us down, say Omagh families as they admit defeat: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

McGurk's Bar bombing – Bridget Irvine wins right to challenge police over HET report: BBC

Transport Minister Stephen Hammond apologises for DVA bias comments: BBC

All- Ireland footnall team is certainly not on our radar: The News Letter

Ruane accuses McGreevy of 'libelous' tirade against Sinn Fein: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Rangers fan in court for bomb threat to Neil Lennon: The Scotsman

Thursday, September 12

Northern Ireland leaders meet US diplomat ahead of all-party talks: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Richard Haass wants public input into all-party NI talks: BBC

McGuinness meets New York mayor: Derry Journal

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness present united front on US trip: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sidewalk sideshow: UTV
Tracey Magee

Hopes are not high for Haass talks but issues not unsolvable: The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

Robinson's vow to go on will unsettle internal adversaries: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Pair bid to replace McDevitt as south Belfast SDLP MLA: BBC

Labour councillor quits Labour for Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

Anonymous voting proposed for 'vulnerable' Northern Ireland: BBC

FAIR director claims flag protest comments were behind VAT fraud arrest: The News Letter

Man to stand trial for Twelfth arson: UTV

Bandsman fined for kicking barrier during Twelfth trouble: The News Letter

Anderson slams community groups as park row escalates: Portadown Times

Politics 101 down the phoneline: Belfast Media

Pipe bomb left close to primary school gates: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Bomb parts seized and terror suspects held as ATM heist plan is foiled: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Pipe bomb found close to RIRA boss Alan Ryan's grave (Sep 11): Irish Independent
Ken Foy

Pair injured in paramilitary-style attack in south Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Six people arrested in operation targeting dissident republicans: Irish Independent

MLAs debate Real IRA compensation: UTV

Storm over £450,000 in council cash for former B Specials' private gun club: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Amnesty complains of failure to deal with past in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bew – Dublin should 'open everything' for IRA collusion enquiry: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Sunday' victim's brother 'no sympathy' for slain ex-army man (Sep 10): Derry Journal

Bloody Sunday secrets taken to the grave: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Pipe bomb found at Queen's visit: Leinster Leader
Paula Campbell

Tony Blair's peace plan debt to Bee Gee Robin Gibb: London Evening Standard

I'd love to visit Ireland some day – Kate: Evening Herald
Greg Harkin

Loyalist parade organisers told to change route: The Herald
James Hamilton

Growing support for Scottish independence … in England: The Conversation
John Curtice

Reasons for backing the Union (Sep 8): Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Wednesday, September 11

NI leaders' first meeting since Robinson freeze on Maze centre: BBC

First Ministers play down split in first meeting since Maze row: Belfast Telegraph
Colin O'Carroll

Government 'should join Haass talks' says Vernon Coaker: BBC
Stephen Walker

DUP will be 'positive' on Haass talks: The News Letter

Peter Robinson hints at another three years in charge during US mission: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

My Way: UTV
Tracey Magee

The windbag shoots back at First Minister Peter Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Micheal Martin – Chris Andrews 'no loss' to Fianna Fail: Irish Independent

DUP 'positive' on parades talks: Belfast Telegraph

Welcome for the removal of flags on Edenmore Road: Derry Journal

Gilmore speech – Move comes after years of pressure: The News Letter

Willie Frazer among those to welcome Dublin offer on 'security failings': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

British government trying to distance itself from North's past – MP: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

DUP's Doherty debate is 'appalling': Derry Journal

We need clarity on definition of a victim: The News Letter
Ross Hussey

'Every mother's tear weighs the same': Derry Journal
Laurence McClenaghan

Threats to Belfast Catholic schools from Red Hand Defenders issued by caller who gave 10-year-old codeword: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Suspect devices found near grave of former Real IRA leader: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Pipe bomb planted outside TA base on day of security alerts: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Graham

'Mortar bomb plot' man remanded in custody: Irish Independent
Sarah Stack

Clifton Street Orange hall attacked with paint: BBC

Latest attack on Clifton Street Orange Hall condemned: The News Letter

Whistleblower is still waiting for apology from DUP adviser: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Gerry might one day rule all from Carlingford home of the Irish mint: Dundalk Democrat

FG Protestant councillors fear for future of their schools: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Sports Minister Caral Ni Chuilin hopeful over Northern Ireland bid for Commonwealth Games: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

No need for 'elitist' Seanad, says Taoiseach: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

Ground may be shifting in debate on future of Seanad (Sep 5): The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Scots currency 'serious option' after yes vote (Sep 10): The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Currency debate almost laughable: The Scotsman
Brian Wilson

Tuesday, September 10

First Minister Peter Robinson – 'I haven't gone away. There is still a huge job to do to keep us moving ahead': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'I'm not quitting' says First Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

Robinson and McGuinness to meet Haass in New York ahead of parades talks: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Theresa Villiers in pledge over Haass talks: BBC
Stephen Walker

Byrne joins SDLP team at Haass talks: UTV

Hawk Haass may need to clip his wings to make progress: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Rocky road: UTV
Tracey Magee

Basil McCrea puts 'robust' case for Union to Sinn Fein meeting: The News Letter

IRA victims welcome Irish politician's recognition of group's 'murderous activities': The News Letter
Ben Lowry

DUP welcomes moves by Republic to discuss failings over IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt to ask Gilmore to follow up on speech offer: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Rare moment of unity as MLAs praise 'universal poet' Seamus Heaney: Belfast Telegraph

Nephew of Belfast Agreement negotiator defects to Sinn Féin: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Andrews joined Sinn Féin for 'financial backing' in election: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Gerry Kelly eulogy for IRA terrorists at Castlederg sparks a bitter bust-up on day one of new term: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Gerry Kelly's words on dead IRA bombers 'dangerous': The News Letter

Gerry Kelly defends Castlederg IRA dead parade speech: BBC

PSNI confirms Strabane explosives discovery: Derry Journal

Made death threats in RAAD's name: Derry Journal

Arrest at tribute march for slain RIRA boss Ryan: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

Loyalist groups condemn 'Red Hand Defenders' threat to children and staff at Catholic schools: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Search for missing 'loyalist foot soldier' becomes murder probe: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Graham

Question mark hangs over future of HET head: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Here, just a minute, is that an Orangeman writing in Irish?: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

4,200 back Irish language drive: Belfast Telegraph

No national flags please . . . we're Irish: Irish Independent
Karl MacGinty

Senior unionist calls for sensitivity after Easter Rising invites: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

Bloody Muslim war is not our's to fight – Irish must not be Allies' pawns: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

We won't be 2014 spectators say Irish groups: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Staying in union can enable change: The Scotsman
Jim Gallagher

Monday, September 9

Gilmore says State willing to confront unionist perceptions of role in Troubles: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Mark Hennessy

McDevitt – Departure deals huge blow to the SDLP (Sep 6): Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambre

'Loyalist threat' to schools condemned by John O'Dowd: BBC

'Explosives' found in dissident searches: UTV

Gardaí view photographs from Alan Ryan event: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

The cost of abnormality (Sep 6): Derry Journal

Paramilitary murals 'backward step' (Sep 5): The News Letter

Only A Game? – George Best and the UVF gunman: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Congressman Peter King confirms he is to run for President in 2016: Irish Voice/
Patrick Counihan

Query over leaving date for HET chief: Londonderry Sentinel

'We just want the truth' – say Thompson family (Sep 6): Derry Journal

Queen's Irish Visit Was Nearly Cancelled Due To "Credible" Bomb Threats: Daily Beast
Tom Sykes

From the Archive – Seamus Heaney on Ulster's Troubles (Sep 5): New Statesman
Seamus Heaney

Saving the Soul of a Nation (Sep 3): Derry Journal

Londonderry's got culture year 'extraordinarily right' says McCarthy (Sep 5): Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Community relations goal hits back of the net (Sep 2): Ulster Star

Enda, the peacemaker, could drive FG/SF express: Irish Independent
John Drennan

Slow progress in divesting of Catholic schools (Sep 6): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Lynch pushes Church over abortion outcasts: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Bloody Sunday army officer shot and killed in Kenyan robbery: The Guardian
Ben Quinn

Good living means making good choices in our lives (Sep 8): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Scottish independence – 65% against split from UK in Tory poll: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

The truth and the other truth (Sep 4): The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Thanks to the independence vote, Scottish politics is fun again (Sep 4):
Fraser MacDonald

Federalism is an option that is worth exploring: The Herald

Right to Know – The 'temporary' terrorism laws that aren't going away (Sep 6): Ottawa Citizen
W. Vincent Clifford

Sunday, September 8

'Immense' task for Haass – Villiers: UTV

N Ireland now far better for residents, says Tánaiste: The Irish Times
Jason Kennedy

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore urges Northern Ireland's communities to avoid antagonism: RTE

Peace roles must be re-asserted – Gilmore: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy, Gerry Moriarty

Chris Andrews says he has joined Sinn Fein to make the changes Ireland needs: Irish Mirror

SF targets Labour councillors after defection coup: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

McDonnell denies McDevitt rift: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Loyalists reject 'peace camp' threats claim: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

'Paramilitary threat to Belfast schools': UTV

Police investigating loyalist threat to Catholic school pupils: The News Letter
Aine Fox

IRA diesel racket costs the State €150m in lost tax: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Over 200 march to mark anniversary of Real IRA member Alan Ryan: RTE

Alan Ryan anniversary march passes off peacefully: The Irish Times
Ciara Kenny

Feud fears after Ryan's grave is defaced: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

One year after Ryan's murder, threat of new terror campaign is low: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

HET chief Dave Cox to stand down: Belfast Telegraph

Mystery over HET chief's departure: UTV

Why did HET not probe Sinn Fein, asks Ulster Unionist: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

DUP seeking legal advice over 'super council' group: Tyrone Times
Stanley Campbell

Victim 'disgusted' at balaclava film stunt: Fermanagh Herald

Pat Jennings celebrates 20 years of peace building with Co-operation Ireland: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Easter Rising centenary – Royal Family and UK government to get invite: BBC

Royals welcomed to Easter Rising events: UTV

Invitation to mark Easter Rising: Belfast Telegraph

Royals and unionists invited to remember 1916 Rising and Somme: The News Letter

Seanad plays peripheral role in democracy: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Unite behind single vision for independence: Scotland on Sunday
Andrew Wilson

Saturday, September 7

Andrews in fresh SF tweets controversy: Irish Examiner
Michael O'Kane

Conall McDevitt rules out any return to political life in the future: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Conall McDevitt will be 'huge loss' to SDLP: Derry Journal

Alasdair McDonnell says Conall McDevitt 'successor': BBC

SDLP's quest to find successor to 'brightest star': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Conall McDevitt – Victim of double standards?: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Trevor Lunn is to reflect on hiring his wife as Policing Board researcher (Sep 5): BBC

Proposal to name play park after Shankill Butcher 'never serious': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Only by laying down law will proposals on flags fly: Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Lunn

Alliance councillor blasts lack of power sharing: Coleraine Times

Fourth Sinn Fein member steps down from Belfast City Hall: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

PSNI abandons stop-and-search appeal bid: UTV

McGuinness' brother-in-law to claim damages after ruling appeal abandoned: The News Letter

Murdered Ryan's pal on memorial march despite death threats: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

McDaid murder trial – new delay: Coleraine Times

Matt Baggott under pressure over HET leadership: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Hyde Park IRA bomb blast – suspect appears in court charged with murder: The Guardian
Neil Lancefield

Case Around Belfast Tapes Continues: The Heights (Boston College)

Family's regret over Best mural (Sep 5): The News Letter

No offence to George Best, but Loyalists could be doing with a few more heroes: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Troubles men's harrowing theatrical testimony on film (Sep 4): Londonderry Sentinel

Meeting At Menin Gate – The Troubles drama that may be too hard for some audiences to sit through (Sep 5): Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Michael McDowell expresses confidence electorate will shoot down plans to abolish the Seanad: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Winning the Seanad referendum could damage Kenny more than losing it: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Police object to planned Loyalist march through east end of Glasgow: The Herald

Constitution plans to spark debate (Sep 2): The Scotsman
Jane Devine

Friday, September 6

Riots endangered Northern Ireland's recovery chances, stresses Theresa Villiers: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Loyalist riots leading to instability in Northern Ireland's politics and economy: The Independent
David Young, Michael McHugh

No sign of harmony on the hill after summer of strife: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Haass talks destined to end in fudge as they continue to endorse sectarianism: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Cost of talks failure will be far too high: Belfast Telegraph

Battle heats up to replace Conall McDevitt as SDLP Assembly member: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Claire Hanna clarifies MLA seat bid letter after McDevitt resignation: BBC

Speculation puts McKinney in frame after McDevitt resignation: Impartial Reporter

McDevitt resignation 'big loss to SDLP': BBC

Conall McDevitt resignation – He didn't live up to standards he demanded of others: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Conall McDevitt had strong internal foes: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP in turmoil: UTV
Ken Reid

How will the SDLP fill void left by Conall McDevitt?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Parade discussions marked by tough talking and Twitter jibes: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Marching season cost PSNI more than £15 million: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Police say 3,500 fewer arrests due to public disorder and protests: BBC

114 arrested over parades violence: Belfast Telegraph

'Frank' community talks held in Belfast: UTV

Can you identify suspected Twelfth rioters? PSNI release another 22 images: Belfast Telegraph

Police are taking incidents seriously – Commander: Coleraine Times

Dissidents now threaten young people 'almost daily': Londonderry Sentinel

ONH urge those on drugs list to own up: Belfast Media
John Ferris

Derry men deny bomb charge: Derry Journal

Suspects 'were plotting mortar bomb attack': The News Letter

Overend responds to McCrea's 'party politics' comments: Mid Ulster Mail
Sandra Overend

PUP man slams UVF painting: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

HET – Matt Baggott says suspension 'not ruled out': BBC

Shankill Butcher kids' park dismissed: UTV

Call for donors to be identified: The News Letter

Irish language classes on everyone's lips: Belfast Telegraph
Dave Whelan

Louisiana legislature calls for a United Ireland and for U.S. to help achieve it: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

Ex-Fianna Fail TD Andrews may be shock SF candidate: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor and Kevin Doyle

Irish and British army bands unite in harmony: The Irish Times
Alison Healy

IRA charge man can attend the big match: Irish Examiner
Natasha Reid

Gordon Brown – Unionists have bigger vision for Scotland than nationalists: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

'Pack his sombrero, sangria and go'... DUP MP Ian Paisley jnr urges Hague to get tough with Spanish ambassador envoy over Gibraltar: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Thursday, September 5

Outspoken Orangeman Mervyn Gibson to be DUP negotiator at Richard Haass talks: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Martin McGuinness may yet become first minister: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Unionists repeat praise for poet and explain absence from funeral: The News Letter

No rhyme or reason to our cultural divide on the arts: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

I'm a Belfast Protestant. Could Seamus Heaney's poems belong to me, too?: The Spectator
Jenny McCartney

Northern Ireland's factions should unite over economy: Boston Globe

Ebrington move 'could solve Maze peace centre squabble': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Protest and riot policing costs PSNI over £3m a month: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Belfast flag protestor cleared of taking part in illegal procession: Belfast Telegraph

Edwards sentenced over weapons find: Lurgan Mail
Carmel Robinson

Mortar accused 'planned forces attack': UTV

Three deny possession of bomb: UTV

Ryan brothers pay respects at slain RIRA chief's grave: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

'Secretary of State should have remained silent about Newry play park' – McGreevy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Councillors condemn bid to name children's play park after Shankill Butcher Lenny Murphy: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Craigavon Two suitable scapegoats in wake of killing backlash, say supporters:
Duncan Campbell

Greysteel killer Stephen Irwin freed as anniversary of massacre looms: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Ballygawley bomb rescuers still scarred: Tyrone Times

George Best mural replaced by gunman in east Belfast:
Henry McDonald

Loyalist heartland could get Irish language centre: The News Letter

SDLP rising star resigns over undeclared payments from former employer: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Conal McDevitt – The 'mouth from the South': Belfast Telegraph

McDevitt's downfall shocks and saddens: Belfast Telegraph

How Cheyne Walk linked the Queen and the IRA: London Evening Standard

Hamilton welcomes Noonan's attitude to banks and NI economy: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

History cuts Scotland down to size: The Scotsman
Michael Kelly

Opinion polls show voters can be steered to say 'yes':
Severin Carrell

Britain's Global Influence Threatened by Scottish Independence: Foreign Policy Journal
Yvonne Ridley

Wednesday, September 4

Richard Haass writes to Northern Ireland leaders before talks: BBC

Unionist MEP calls for European intervention on Republican parades: Laois Nationalist

'Differences put aside' in Mayor vote: UTV

DUP criticises Lord Mayor's absence from RAF appeal launch: The News Letter

Sinn Fein's Tom Hartley departs Belfast City Hall as 'a much better place': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Belfast stores hit by Twelfth tensions: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Ardoyne traders crippled by parades stand: Belfast Telegraph
Dave Whelan

Lodge Life – Why is Orangeism important to our youth?: The News Letter
Joanne Savage

Six men 'ordered out of Derry': UTV

Shock as 'trick or treat' gang killer released from jail: Derry Journal

Dissident suspects released without charge: UTV

'Reluctant storeman' jailed for hiding guns and ammo: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Fifteen gangsters behind Ryan murder: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Plan for Belfast exhibit on Disappeared: Belfast Telegraph

Integrated school visited by world leaders set for expansion: The News Letter

Derry City Council training to encourage Protestants and Catholics to get on: Londonderry Sentinel

Heaney showed us the risks we had to take for better future: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Conall McDevitt's £16k Policing Board allowance paid to wife for research: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hopes fresh funding will put halted bridge scheme back on track: Irish News

Taoiseach under fire for 'militaristic' 1798 re-enactment – Cooney's 'strong reservations' outlined: Connaught Telegraph

No U-turn on ending Seanad – Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Sinn Féin says Seanad is an 'affront to democracy': The Irish Times
Steven Carroll

We are a country poised for political revolution (Sep 1): Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Scottish independence – One in four will vote yes: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Scotland's tree, Scotland's future: BBC
Brian Taylor

Tuesday, September 3

Mortars found on border not the work of PIRA – Sinn Fein: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Abandoned bombs represent 'unfinished business' – ONH claim responsibility: The Cross Examiner

Band playing Sash outside Mass 'should not detract from Last Saturday': The News Letter

Time for Christian tolerance to prevail: Belfast Telegraph

God card could be Haass's ace – 'Christian Pledge' plan to cross the political divide: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Election cycle could change politics ... but probably won't: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Election fever – The DUP has a decision to make ahead of upcoming Euros: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

How Stormont works – or not:
Steven McCaffery

Political row averted over Mayor attack: UTV

Belfast city council 'hate' claim as attack on mayor is condemned: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Twenty two plead guilty to Belfast riot charges: BBC

Five to stand trial accused of Provisional IRA membership: Belfast Telegraph

Gardai on alert for anniversary of RIRA chief's death: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Police act on sectarian chanting at Windsor Park: BBC

Maginnis says 'wasn't a wild guess' naming Hartes: Tyrone Times
Shaunna Corr

Tributes pour in across North for a man who was Ulster to the core: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Heaney's squat pen was mightier than the sword: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

How Seamus Heaney avoided the traps of the Northern Irish conflict: Irish Voice/
Cahir O'Doherty

Seamus Heaney – death of an all-time great Ulsterman: The News Letter

Political parties should stand for something: The Irish Times
Brian Walsh

Service 'a fitting tribute' to Royal Irish Constabulary: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Accountant on trial for IRA song at Celtic game: The Scotsman
Jamie Beatson

SNP buoyed by poll in favour of independence: Financial Times
Mure Dickie

Treasury – staying in Union will lead to rise in Scots' incomes: The Herald

Monday, September 2

Royal Black Institution condemns flag restrictions and urges appeal to members worldwide over 'attack' on its culture: RTE

Royal Black marchers showed church no respect, claims priest: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan & David Young

Town attack 'sectarian': Portadown Times

Documentary to ask who was behind Bridge Street bombing: Warrington Guardian

Cliftonville stars allege Windsor Park death threat: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

MLA hits out at cost of sending cross-border mail: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

The day I set Leonard up with Provos (Aug 31): Irish Independent
John Boland

Seamus Heaney – He showed that you did not need to deny the rights of others to stay true to own roots: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Service for members of RIC and DMP: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

FG-FF merger is last thing democracy needs: Irish Independent
Eamon Delaney

New Act of Union would strengthen UK, says Fabricant: BBC

Scottish households 'would be £2,000 better off if voters reject independence': The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Plan now for possible Scottish currency change: The Scotsman
Charles Livingston

Curbing violence – An Irish solution for Karachi: The Express Tribune (Karachi)
Adil Jawad

Dialogue with militants initiated: The Frontier Post (Peshawar)
Mohammad Jamil

Sunday, September 1

Royal Black – Removal of flag will not dilute our Britishness: The News Letter

Royal Blacks urged to defend flag: Belfast Telegraph

Black parade 'disrespectful' – Ní Chuilín: UTV

Provisional IRA behind mortar warning to PSNI: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Irishman jailed for arms plot denies Real IRA ties in appeal: GlobalPost

Four TDs and a terrorist: Evening Herald
Conor Feehan

Report is final all-clear for victims' group FAIR, says Empey: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Reds duo Boyce and Devlin need PSNI escorts after Windsor game: BBC

Reds pair 'threatened' at Big Two game: UTV

Seamus Heaney – world pays tribute to poet whose words helped bridge divide: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Heaney's handwritten poem sits in Paisley's library: The News Letter
Aine Fox

Seamus Heaney – a great and generous soul whose genius overrode fear and bigotry: The Observer

Historian calls for official peace process book (Aug 27): The News Letter

Tanaiste Adams? It's closer to reality than you think . . .: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

Increasingly angry voters feel they have nowhere to turn: Sunday Independent
Paul Moran

European and local elections will present opportunity to test Fianna Fáil recovery (Aug 30): The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

How DUP spiked David Cameron's guns over Syria in crunch vote on military intervention: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Scottish independence – No vote hardens up to 59%: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Scottish referendum – a revolution, yes, but no blood will be shed: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Agenda – Democratic case for independence (Jul 2): The Herald
Kenneth McNeil


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