This archive contains references to articles from September 1-15, 2014. If you find a link that is out of date please let us know by e-mailing the Newshound.




Book Reviews
& Book Forum

Search / Archive
Back to 10/96





Monday, September 15

Minister Charlie Flanagan urges those seeking peace in North to redouble efforts: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness – The most unexpected partnership in politics: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Paisley took credit due to others for peace, claims David Ervine's family: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Ian Paisley – Pro-life group in mourning (Sep 13): The News Letter

Ian Paisley's wife Eileen – Protective passion of the woman of steel who always had Doc's back: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Prodigal son who squandered talents on bigotry: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Charming, offensive and anti-establishment – the Ian Paisley I knew: (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

Ian Paisley – Beneath the smiling demeanor lay a politician who left the party and church he created with a bitter taste in his mouth: Irish Mirror
Victoria McMahon

Paisley was contradictory and complex man driven by 'outsider' factor: The Irish Times
Vincent Browne

Ian Paisley's decision to make peace with his IRA enemies might have reminded the Arabs of Sadat: Belfast Telegraph
Robert Fisk

Ian Paisley: Why he was a genius: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Three keys to understanding the long controversial career of Ian Paisley (Sep 13): The Irish Times
Andy Pollak

Ronan Kerr death was spark for PSNI's probe into terrorists (Sep 13): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Arson at charity shop was 'hate crime': UTV

Gardai investigate fire at Orange Hall in Co Donegal: Sunday World

Fifa vice-president Jim Boyce – 'Sports stars do more to bring us together than politicians': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

New inquest considered over IRA deaths: Portadown Times

Sinn Fein against '' address: Ballymena Times

Republican march through Rutherglen stopped after trouble erupts: Scottish Daily Record
Douglas Dickie

Scottish independence: no repeat referendum – Salmond: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Queen in referendum plea: The Herald
Magnus Gardham, Kate Devlin and Robbie Dinwoodie

Indy Ref – Former Army chief says Yes vote could 'let down' fallen soldiers: STV

John Reid criticises 'anti-English' Salmond: The Herald
Kate Devlin

Scotland's young yes campaigners say it's not the economy, stupid: The Guardian
Vonny Moyes

Scottish independence – EU negotiations under way: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

BBC rejects claims of bias as Yes supporters protest: The Herald
Iain Smith

Scottish independence could result in the end of Great Britain: New York Daily News
Chris Deerin

Recalibration of union anticipated in North ahead of Scottish referendum: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Labour vote is being replaced by 'Yes' vote in left-wing heartlands: The Herald

How history turned against Tory-voting Scotland: The Guardian
Tom Devine

To a degree, this is a debate between two motley crews: The Herald
Ian Bell

If freedom's drumbeat fires my heart, my head is wary: Sunday Independent
William Dalrymple

Lies, Damned Lies, and Scottish Independence:
Brett Arends

Scottish nationalists 'severely underestimate the economic risks of independence', says think tank: Daily Telegraph
Ben Riley-Smith

Fears over independent Scotland have 'little basis': Irish Examiner
Catriona Webster

Alex Salmond – a solitary man, a singular vision (Sep 14): The Observer
Kevin McKenna

The triple mistake of a Yes vote in Scotland: Montreal Gazette
Kimon Valaskakis

What kind of new state could Scotland be?: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Scots Must Vote Nae: New York Times
Niall Ferguson


Okinawa independence movement seeks inspiration from Scotland: The Guardian
Justin McCurry

Sunday, September 14

On the Run Letters – Villiers knows who got letters but declines comment on DFM: Derry Journal

Stormont needs real reform, not another quick fix: The News Letter
Jim Allister

Londonderry summit part of our bid to build on east-west linkages: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

McGuinness writes tribute to Paisley: UTV

Ian Paisley death – Catholic bishop Noel Treanor pays tribute: Belfast Telegraph

Assembly to come together for tributes to its former leader: The News Letter

DUP felt wrath in Ian Paisley's final interview: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Ian Paisley death – He was lauded and reviled ... but a key figure of our times: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

A leader of men, Ian Paisley found himself alone at the end: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Our friendship symbolised the progress Ireland made': Sunday Independent
Bertie Ahern

Ian Paisley and the press – The banter and the bashing: BBC
Mark Simpson

It was either be saved or face eternal damnation: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Ian Paisley – How North's dark star became a prince of peace: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Ian Paisley – humanity got the better of the bigot: Independent on Sunday
Paul Vallely

Ian Paisley, one bride, and four political enemies:
Jon Snow

'Bigoted hangover from 17th century': Irish News
Allison Morris

The Republic's most important unionist: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy


RNU blame 'spooks' for bomb alert: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Mother and 'danger to public' accomplice jailed for setting up dissident training camp: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

IRA muder – TUV MLA raises Gallagher murder with OFMDFM: Derry Journal

Body found in Meath bog is man missing for four years: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Crown court case against dissident adjourned: Londonderry Sentinel

Put Scottish flag in your window to save union – As confusion rages over shock poll putting Yes vote EIGHT points ahead, the PM makes a desperate plea: Daily Mail
Glen Owen and Michael Blackley

Scottish independence poll – Result down to wire: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin and David Maddox

Orange Order denounce Scottish nationalism as 'divisive and evil enemy': The Herald
Paul Hutcheon

A rare moment for any nation: The Scotsman
Alex Salmond

Devolution is for everyone. A no vote will change all of Britain: The Observer
Ed Miliband

Ian Paisley – He and Alex Salmond seemed to get on warmly: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Alex Salmond's greatest gamble – Scottish independence: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Why Alex Salmond is so keen on the Union: The Herald
AC Grayling

Scottish Yes vote holds no fear for North's Unionists: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Scottish independence – 'Our soldiers lost their lives trying to preserve the UK. What will their families say?': Sunday Telegraph
Tim Ross, and Patrick Sawer

The Orange Order's independence intervention might boost the yes vote:
Alasdair McKillop

What do we threaten the Scots with next? Exploding haggises?: Daily Mail
Peter Hitchens

A Dunkirk moment for British establishment: Sunday Independent
Michael McDowell

Why Scottish independence would help England to rediscover its radical heart (Aug 31): Sunday Herald
Billy Bragg

The English are fed up with the racist Scots and are ready for the fallout: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Whatever happens, nothing will ever be the same again: Sunday Telegraph
Matthew d'Ancona

Scotland's complicity with empire does not disqualify it from independence (Aug 29): The Guardian
Pankaj Mishra

If Great Britain fractures, the entire world loses: Washington Post

The Observer view on the Scottish referendum. The union is broken. After Thursday, Britain will never be the same again: The Observer

Saturday, September 13

Peter Robinson hopeful of £87m bonus for striking welfare deal: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Adams attacks Flanagan over Northern Ireland peace talks: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Flanagan stands over his comments on North: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

We need the Americans – Only British, Irish and US governments can kick-start Northern Ireland's peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

A week is a long time in politics – Crisis at Stormont? What crisis...: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

Martin McGuinness – 'Unionist politicians routinely excuse and defend racism, sectarianism and homophobia': Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Ardoyne – Orange Order accused of 'cranking up tensions' with north Belfast march bid: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Paramilitary extortion rife in Belfast, court told: The News Letter

O'Loan says new commission needed in North: The Irish Times
Ciara Kenny

Dissident training camp brothers get five years in prison: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Ian Paisley dies at 88; Northern Ireland firebrand turned peacemaker: Los Angeles Times
Henry Chu

Ian Paisley – From fire and brimstone to a peace once thought impossible: The Independent
David McKittrick

Ian Paisley – from Northern Irish ayatollah to Chuckle Brother:
Henry McDonald

Martin McGuinness fights back tears during Dr Ian Paisley tribute: Daily Telegraph
Olivia Bolton

'I have lost a friend' – Martin McGuinness pays tribute to former enemy Ian Paisley as Northern Ireland's firebrand preacher-politician dies aged 88: Daily Mail
Hugo Gye

'I am very proud that he and I were part of something hugely important in Irish history': The Irish Times
Martin McGuinness

British tributes flow in for Ian Paisley: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

'It wasn't nice to see Paisley alienated', admits Bertie: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Paisley 'one of the greats of unionism', says Peter Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SDLP – 'For years Paisley bellowed against what he mellowed to accept'-Durkan: Derry Journal

First minister says he understands decision to have private funeral for Ian Paisley: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ian Paisley – A part of the fabric of Northern Ireland's Troubles: BBC
Mark Devenport

Ian Paisley – the Big Man whose stature and rhetoric hid a softer side:
Henry McDonald

Death of Ian Paisley marks the end of an era: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

North's strongest politician changed face of unionism forever: Irish Independent
Paul Bew

Ian Paisley helped bring peace to Northern Ireland – but only on HIS terms: Daily Mirror
Paul Routledge

Ian Paisley needed to win in order to change: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Only Ian Paisley could have delivered that peace deal in Northern Ireland:
Peter Hain

Ian Paisley is dead – the old hypocrite: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards


Liam Fox – Scottish independence campaign has allowed xenophobia to come to the fore: The Independent
Kiran Moodley

10,000 expected at Orange Order march: The Herald
Martin Williams

Scottish No side seizes on threat to banks, oil firms: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Queen must speak out to save the Union, says Nigel Farage: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope and Georgia Graham

Scottish independence – Just days to go in one of the longest political campaigns in history: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Why will Scottish citizens keep their British passports if Salmond gets independence?: Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

Scotland's epic vote on independence from the United Kingdom: Washington Post
George Will

No, Scottish Independence Would Not Guarantee Permanent Tory Rule: The New Republic
Elaine Teng

Thanks to Scotland, keeping Britain in Europe just got a whole lot harder: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Referendum is a step towards a 'post-sovereign' Scotland: The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

Westminster did not fight for Scotland, and may now lose it: Daily Telegraph
Charles Moore

Friday, September 12

Gerry Adams – Sinn Fein leader says political process in 'serious difficulty' following Peter Robinson comments: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Loyalists can't set agenda at new round of talks, says Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Debate over future of Stormont continues: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Political sinking: UTV
Brian Rowan

How can First Minister Peter Robinson remain in office when he describes Stormont as 'not fit for purpose'?: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt: The News Letter

First Minister Peter Robinson putting his affairs in order before his planned exit: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

David Trimble says Sinn Féin could push for Northern Ireland union poll: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Martin McGuinness – Scottish independence referendum would have a 'profound impact' on Northern Ireland: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

McGuinness says North should benefit if Scotland gets 'devo max': The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Northern Ireland unionists weigh in on Scottish independence debate saying Alex Salmond remarks have 'opened the door': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Scottish independence – Ulster Unionists help offer rejected by Better Together: BBC
Gareth Gordon

What would Scottish independence mean for us?: Impartial Reporter

If the North voted to leave the Union, would Westminster leaders care?: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Ardoyne – Orange Order again applies for contentious city parade past north Belfast flashpoint: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Dodds questions police over response to Ardoyne Fleadh complaint: The News Letter

Ardoyne Fleadh controversy – Rebel songs must face the music for fuelling republican terrorism: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Coney brothers jailed for five years over link to dissident training base: Irish Mirror
Ashleigh McDonald

Dissident councillor Gary Donnelly could lose seat if he's jailed in graffiti case: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

RIRA trio go free due to flawed arrest warrants: Irish Independent
Aodhan O'Faolain

Bus attack 'sectarian hate crime': UTV

Family offer £50k reward on 10th anniversary of Park murder: Londonderry Sentinel

Open Long Kesh site to the public – McCartney: Derry Journal

Gerry Adams wants to see more all-island "joinedey-upness" in Sinn Féin:
Daragh Brophy

Mary Lou McDonald defends business class flights for 'gruelling' Australian tour: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Sinn Fein trying to rebrand as 'real opposition' ahead of elections: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Kenny refuses to be drawn of Scottish independence issue:

A Yes vote would hurt Irish economy but our special bond will always endure: Irish Independent
Brian Hayes

New indyref poll – Yes 48%, No 52%: The Herald

Soccer Fans Supply Strong Voice in Scottish Independence Debate: New York Times
Graham Ruthven

Scottish independence – Ireland since 1919 is a lesson for Scotland in what a Yes vote means: The Independent
Robert Fisk

Even as a Catholic, I support the Orange Order's march in defence of the Union: Daily Telegraph
Tom Gallagher

Identity crisis at heart of Scottish referendum: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Battle for independence is replaying the struggles of Catholic Scotland: Daily Telegraph
Cristina Odone

Reconciliation will be vital in the days after the vote: The Herald
Alison Rowat

The Scots have little to gain and a whole lot to lose with independence: Los Angeles Times
Brendan Simms and Jason Pack

Scotland set to vote yes, ignoring Tory tantrums: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Unionists must prepare for a second vote on Scottish independence: The Spectator
James Forsyth

Scots won't get independence from a Yes vote: Daily Telegraph
Nigel Farage

The Union must change to survive: The New Statesman

Thursday, September 11

On the Run scheme – Owen Paterson criticised over OTR letters: BBC
Stephen Walker

SF leaders weren't on OTR list, says Powell: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Stormont crisis – A day of anger and suspicion following Peter Robinson comments and few signs of consensus on how to rebuild: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Shared process a shared out process': The News Letter

Flurry of reaction to First Minister Peter Robinson bombshell on state of devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

System a failure – Jim Allister: The News Letter

Stormont – the alternatives to mandatory coalition: BBC
Mark Devenport

United States is losing its taste for cleaning up after our mistakes: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Stormont in crisis: UTV
Ken Reid

Sinn Fein – 'Why Tory welfare cuts must be opposed': Derry Journal
Pat Doherty

Icelandic scientists warn of a volcano...Northern Ireland politics is in a similarly parlous state: Belfast Telegraph
Duncan Morrow

Eyes on the prize of power, but compromise required: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Stormont crisis – We can all play a part in putting paid to our system of stalemate: Belfast Telegraph

Welfare logjam has shown limitations of catch-all coalition: The News Letter

Only two candidates for PSNI deputy chief constable post: BBC
Vincent Kearney

DUP meet with PSNI over republican protests at parades: Ballymoney Times

Kevin Barry Concannon jailed over weapons haul: BBC

PSNI – Police welcome the sentencing of man on terrorism charges: Derry Journal

Londonderry councillor Gary Donnelly could face jail over graffiti: BBC

My client's position vindicated for third time says solicitor: Portadown Times

Martin McCauley – Grave misconduct in case against 'Colombia Three' man: The News Letter

Report 'clears Robinson of wrongdoing': UTV

Unelected body dealing with our precious assets: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

RUC pensions – Widows' benefits delayed by 'technical issues': BBC
Jayne McCormack

Hogan's new 'friends in the North' back his EU role: Irish Independent
John Downing

We must mark 1916 with a new vision, not stale wreaths: Irish Independent
Ivan Yates

Salmond dismisses peace fears: Belfast Telegraph

New slogan appears on mountain: The News Letter

Here's the advice the Government was given on the Scottish referendum:
Aoife Barry

Scottish independence – Unionists in Northern Ireland can expect a border poll of their own in the not-too-distant future: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Alex Salmond's independence bandwagon stalls on his 'Black Wednesday': Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson, Steven Swinford, Peter Dominiczak and Christopher Hope

Carney warns Scotland over currency reserves: Financial Times
Emily Cadman and Sarah O'Connor

Orange Order plans 'loud, proud' pro-union parade in Edinburgh: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

Independence could affect Glasgow's 2020 Euro bid, say Uefa: The Herald

How do you unravel a 300-year-old state?: The Irish Times
Alex Massie

Scottish support for Yes is not that bewildering: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Why class trumps nationality in the Scottish independence debate:
John Wight

Republicans will howl, but if the Queen DOESN'T speak out, she may have no United Kingdom to reign over: Daily Mail
Stephen Glover

Cancel the Scottish referendum – whichever way it goes half the nation won't like it: Daily Mirror

Operation disintegration – has the Scotland debate made regional parties smell blood?: The New Statesman
Alexander Woolley

Scotland's fateful choice: Financial Times

Wednesday, September 10

Stormont's inadequate set-up and the welfare row... Northern Ireland's First Minister writes exclusively for the Telegraph: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

Peter Robinson – We need to change, or call an election: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Crisis at Stormont: Public asking questions of unionist leadership – McGuinness: Derry Journal

Peter Robinson – Political reaction after First Minister tells Belfast Telegraph 'Stormont no longer fit for purpose': Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Dedicated talks needed to break North's logjam: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Praise First Minister Peter Robinson's pragmatism: Belfast Telegraph

On the Run scheme – Theresa Villiers repeats warning in Commons: BBC

MP Naomi Long's fury as Stormont foots bill for on-run debacle: Belfast Telegraph

Decision not to prosecute Druids band 'damaged confidence in police': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Sectarian comments row 'damaging confidence': The News Letter

Chief Constable George Hamilton uses Patten anniversary to make one of most significant interventions in 15 years: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

PSNI must continue to evolve: Belfast Telegraph
Gerry Kelly

PSNI questioned over equality testing in approval of police crested bibles:
Barry McCaffrey

David Ford plan ensures 'British FBI' will be answerable to Policing Board: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

God forgives me for raping woman and shooting her disabled son, says UDA killer Hinton: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes and Christopher Woodhouse

Concerns raised over SAS files on shooting of IRA man in Coalisland: Tyrone Times

Man released over 1976 Shankill murder: UTV

Bullet evidence critical in new 1972 killing inquest: The News Letter

A5 may also fall foul of welfare row – Kennedy: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Sinn Fein politicians to join the fun at James McNally Wilson Fest: The Valley Breeze

DUP councillor Jenny Palmer claims DSD buried Nelson McCausland report: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Our union is precious. Don't tear it apart: Daily Mail
David Cameron

Scottish independence – Queen to remain neutral: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

McGuinness not getting involved in Scotland's debate: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

'Scotland's what?' US caught napping as Scots prepare to vote on independence:
Nicky Woolf

How No vote could give more power to the English regions – Clegg says rejection of independence will lead to a 'much needed rewiring' of how the UK is governed: Daily Mail
Tamara Cohen and John Stevens

Scottish independence – English urged to fly Saltire: The Scotsman

Credit Suisse warns of grave deflationary shock for Scotland: Daily Telegraph
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Irish serial entrepreneur John Teeling urges Scots to seize the day in the Independence referendum: Scottish Daily Record
Katrina Tweedie

Symbolism and pragmatism: BBC
Brian Taylor

Scottish independence – Vote will spark new debate, says Nesbitt: The News Letter

Quebec's lessons for Scotland: Montreal Gazette
Bernard Amyot

Scotland should heed a harsh lesson from across the Irish Sea: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Independent Scotland will play the Irish card and steal our investment strategy: Irish Independent
David McWilliams

Scottish independence – Scotland is only have to watch Braveheart or read the 1707 Act of Union to see how different
John McAllister

Scottish independence – Of course the Queen isn't neutral – do we really want her to be?: Daily Telegraph
Cathy Newman

Rupert Murdoch's support of Scottish nationalism is revenge for British establishment's probe into hacking scandal: Daily Mail
Ephraim Hardcastle

Scottish independence – a defining moment for England, too: Daily Telegraph
Vernon Bogdanor

Tuesday, September 9

IRA comfort letters furore could risk peace settlement, warns Tony Blair's former chief of staff: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

'Distasteful' SF meetings necessary for peace – Powell: The News Letter

Blair's NI achievements 'forgotten': UTV

Chief Constable George Hamilton has sent a wake-up call to our politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

New plans to bring NCA to Province: The News Letter

Squabbling as parties return: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Disagreement at heart of Executive on 'how to respond to top judge's critique': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Austerity drive in North replaces London handouts: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Spate of soldier memorial attacks slammed: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Loyalist gun 'used in other atrocities': UTV

Man held after car of community worker attacked in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

'The sense of relief that came with the ceasefire was palpable'-Durkan: Derry Journal

IRA murder of Scots officer 'caused Anglo-Irish crisis': The Herald

Declassified archives reveal stark split between ambassador and head of Civil Service in 1985: The News Letter
Sam McBride

NIO minister during hunger strikes remembered: The News Letter

McCausland inquiry 'a show trial': Belfast Telegraph

DUP is making an ass of the Assembly: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Ó Caoláin defends McDonald over cost of Australia flights: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Higgins and Kenny turn down invites to RIC memorial: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Time to take a sledgehammer to wall of bigotry: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Get tough on terror – round up jihadists and bigots: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Scottish Referendum – Wait and see the outcome before dealing with any implications, says Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Scottish independence would be a tragedy: The News Letter
Peter Robinson

Murphy participates in Scottish Referendum event in Edinburgh: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Scottish independence – TNS poll finds single point separates yes and no:
Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – The Queen is urged to intervene: Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner, Christopher Hope and Peter Dominiczak

Duchess of Cambridge pregnant – Alistair Darling insists pregnancy news will have no impact on the vote for Scottish Independence: The Independent
Jenn Selby

Scottish independence – Can a royal baby save the Union?
James Kirkup

If Scotland says Yes, what will Ulster say?: The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan

England's love-bombing of Scotland is a pathetic afterthought:
Suzanne Moore

What bright spark thought bullying and patronising us Scots was the way to win our votes?: Daily Mail
Chris Deerin

Hand of history could yet steer young people of Scotland to brave independence: Irish Independent
Brian Murphy

Scottish independence – Decapitate Britain, and we kill off the greatest political union ever: Daily Telegraph
Boris Johnson

If Britain loses Scotland it will feel like an amputation (Sep 5): The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Why Scotland should think hard about going it alone: The Irish Times
Paul Krugman

No wonder Queen is worried – UK as we know it is in peril: The News Letter

Scotland's right to self determination: The Irish Times

'Home rule' for Scotland means the English question must finally be answered: The Spectator
James Forsyth

Monday, September 8

Irish and British governments in effort to break political logjam in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

PSNI chief warns ignoring the past will have consequences: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Scant evidence we want liberal pro-Union parties (Sep 5): The News Letter
Alex Kane

NI21 had potential, but was failed by bad leadership (Aug 27): The News Letter

Rival UDA factions in plea for guns: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Strabane alert declared 'elaborate hoax': UTV

Paramilitary-style shooting in Ardoyne: UTV

Mum says shooting related to previous night's incident: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Ceasefire celebrations are muted.. but mind what went before (Sep 2): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

What is the real legacy of 1994 ceasefires? (Sep 4): Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

US 'annoyed' at claim it helped capture IRA arms shipment (Sep 4): The News Letter

Jo-Anne Dobson – 'When you nearly lose a child, it shapes the person you are' (Mar 17): Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Mid Ulster MP on Australian tour: Mid Ulster Mail

Mary Lou McDonald's business class flights cost fundraisers €10k: Sunday Independent
Elaine Byrne and Daniel McConnell

Labour minister rules out alliance with 'populist' SF: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Sick insults are too often branded hate crimes: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Pastor McConnell stands by controversial Muslim comments: The News Letter

Time to celebrate our world class troops ... not our neutrality (Sep 4): Evening Herald

Referendum moves in North 'inevitable' if Scots secede: Irish Independent
Sam Griffin and Niall O'Connor

Dublin silence will no longer be an option if Scotland votes for independence: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

A Scottish Yes vote will require a radical new relationship with our neighbours: Irish Independent
John Downing

The Scottish referendum – Implications for Northern Ireland: Irish Examiner

Scottish independence – no campaign makes last stand to keep the union: The Guardian
Patrick Wintour

Don't let me be last Queen of Scotland – Monarch in talks with PM over UK break-up: Daily Mirror
Jason Beattie, Victoria Murphy

'I don't feel safe in Scotland' – Bra Queen Michelle Mone bombarded with abuse after speaking out against independence: Daily Mail
Patricia Kane

Old Firm notoriously tribal, but religion has no bearing on Glasgow allegiances (Sep 3): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Whatever Scotland decides, the old order is dead and buried: The Guardian
Owen Jones

Referendum – Study finds those with more info are more likely to vote yes:
Libby Brooks

Ten burning questions if Scotland votes yes: Daily Mail
Simon Heffer

Consequences of a Yes vote will be profound: Financial Times
Tony Barber

Scottish independence – Logic of staying in United Kingdom is slow to sink in (Sep 5): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Scotland team may miss Rio Olympics in event of vote for independence (Sep 7): The Observer
Owen Gibson

People power can save the Union: The Scotsman
James Forsyth

Scottish referendum – nothing else now matters in British politics: The Guardian
Michael Settle

What No campaign needs to do now: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

No campaign has its work cut out: The Herald

Further Scottish devolution 'should be offered to Wales': BBC
Daniel Davies

Killer of Celtic fan apologises to victim's family 19 years on: The Herald
Iain Smith

Sunday, September 7

Stormont is facing a 'deadlock' over flags, marches and dealing with Troubles – Theresa Villiers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF and DUP have failed the North – Charlie Flanagan: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Why we should let Westminster take back our welfare powers: The News Letter

George Hamilton warns of 'significant strain' on PSNI: BBC

Robinson welcomes NIO stance on letters: The News Letter

Ulster Aviation Society caught in puerile crossfire (Sep 2): Belfast Telegraph

No action on band rant 'would boost racists' – Elliott: The News Letter

We hate loud music: Belfast Media

Top loyalists were targeted in 'off-the-cuff' murder bid, court told as accused are denied bail: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Dissident republican 'footsoldier' is jailed for bid to smuggle arms haul across border: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Concert in memory of Birmingham Pub bombings victims (Jul 31): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

1994 IRA ceasefire – Even amidst the bullets and bombs, Belfast still knew how to throw a party (Aug 30): Belfast Telegraph
Maureen Coleman

Declassified RUC informant payments file shows money came from NIO: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Fein MLAs were claiming benefits in 1982 (Sep 4): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Why no individual is ever greater than their Church: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

A consensus media is like one hand clapping: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Ervine to open Gaelic centre in Republic: The News Letter

Tears in church as firebrand Islam storm pastor James McConnell retires (Sep 3): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Naomi Long – Girls were abused by security forces: BBC

Women say they suffered sexual abuse by soldiers and police officers while in children's homes in Northern Ireland in the 70s: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gardai promise end to 'group think' within force (Aug 27): Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Shock new poll says Scots set to vote yes to independence: The Observer
Toby Helm and Daniel Boffey

Scottish independence – Yes camp hails 'momentum': BBC

Thousands of Orange Order members to stand with 'Scottish brethren' in Edinburgh: Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Scottish independence – 'My views have changed during the debate,' one of Scotland's richest men: Independent on Sunday
James Cusick

Scottish football heroes targeted by their own fans after coming out against independence: Daily Mail
Darren Boyle

We'll put guards on Scottish border – Ed Miliband reveals incendiary plan as Yes camp leads for first time in shock new poll: Daily Mail

Polls show how over-60s vote will be vital in Scottish referendum: The Observer
Mike Smithson

I'm English, I feel British ... but I'll still be voting 'Yes': Sunday Herald
Vicky Allan

Scottish independence – A matter for the head and heart: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

It is not that Scotland might become a new state but that it might become a new kind of state: Sunday Herald
Fintan O'Toole

Scottish referendum – this is the hardest campaign I have ever had to call: The Observer
Andrew Rawnsley

Independence is now within touching distance: Sunday Herald

Saturday, September 6

Dublin ready to talk to break impasse in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SF acting like Militant Tendency over welfare, says UKIP deputy leader: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP – Mark H Durkan says wide ranging financial pressures are facing Stormont: Derry Journal

Childish Northern Ireland politicians failing us all (Sep 4): Belfast Telegraph

Dissident 'footsoldier' jailed: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Derry dissident who once had ambitions to go to university: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

PSNI – Police welcome the sentencing of Derry dissident republican: Derry Journal

Gardai on alert at anniversary of murdered Ryan: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Man suffers serious head injuries after being beaten with bats in paramilitary attack – Two arrested on suspicion of attempted murder: Belfast Telegraph

Two arrests over Larne baseball bat attack: BBC

Move dissidents to republican wing – former hunger striker: Londonderry Sentinel

Hate crime is just a weapon in our petty culture war: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Loyalists 'shot at close range' in feud: UTV

IRA ceasefire 1994 – Bittersweet landmark to remember innocent victims of the peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

GOC wanted detention without trial in 1985: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Secretary of State demanded changes to 1985 accord (Aug 29): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Lawyer – Truth bid is victims' right: Belfast Telegraph

Loughgall IRA death inquests to be decided by advocate general:
Henry McDonald

New inquests proposal into IRA deaths attacked by the UUP: The News Letter

DUP set to block Nelson McCausland assembly motion: BBC
Mark Devenport

RUC widows await pension pay due to 'technical issues': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Hanafin – Don't let royals visit for 1916 events: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Northern Ireland double-jobbing to continue for now: BBC
Mark Devenport

Let Northern Ireland run its own economy: Belfast Telegraph
Daithi McKay

'Inspirational' Garda leader sought: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

O'Dowd has nudged the Catholic sector, now he wants to shift State schools (Sep 2): Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Two atheists in Ulster – God help us!: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Ireland should change position on neutrality, says academic (Aug 30): The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Andy Murray – I'd play for an independent Scotland: The Guardian
Mark Tran

Who in FIFA will stand up for Scotland if voters reject independence?:
Steve Clare

An independent Scotland is now a real possibility: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Are you excited or anxious ahead of the referendum?: BBC
Brian Taylor

When the counting's done, both sides must unite for Scotland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Yes' impact on Irish relations: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Why Scotland Should Stick With Britain: New York Times
Gordon Brown

Debate has intoxicated Scotland. People have seen the chance to seize power: The Guardian
Deborah Orr

Scottish independence – Logic of staying in United Kingdom is slow to sink in: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

The silver lining for the English if the Scots go it alone: Daily Mail
Simon Heffer

Scotland won't become a foreign country just because of a vote: The Scotsman
Ed West

Scottish nationalism is far from progressive – independence is fool's gold:
Brian Wilson

Friday, September 5

'On the run' lettersgive us the names, demands Paisley: Ballymena Times

Jean McConville murder – IRA suspect's lawyer slams Boston College 'evidence':
Henry McDonald

UPRG hits out over 'graduated response' of which it is part: The News Letter

PSNI chief highlights 'significant cost' of policing parades: The Irish Times
Dan Griffin

For the sake of all who live with absence or injury all parties must move forward on the basis of the Haass prospectus: The Irish Times
Mark Durkan

Prosecutors consider band's remarks: Belfast Telegraph

Online videos help highlight hidden bigotry: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein join call to cease attacks on memorial to soldiers killed by IRA: The News Letter

Six arrests in graveyard 'hate crime' probe: Ulster Herald

'Alan Ryan rot in hell' graffiti covered over: Sunday World
Shuki Byrne

Police boss to to face coroner quiz over disclosing files: The News Letter

Ruane welcomes decision to release files to Police Ombudsman: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Man arrested in England over UVF north Belfast murders has been released: BBC

Mother dies after being beaten in Mad Dog bolthole: The Scotsman
Lauren Brown

Policing budget cuts could top £88m: UTV

Cuts 'could hit Troubles probe': The News Letter

Even in death, Thomas Devlin helps build a better society: Belfast Telegraph

'I forgive the IRA men who killed my father' – Jayne Olorunda speaks of confronting her father's killers for the first time: Irish Independent
Eoghan McNeill

The 1994 ceasefires were neither the beginning nor the end: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

Forgive me if I don't join in on the celebrations marking 20 years since the IRA's 1994 ceasefire: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Waiting for Loyalists: UTV
Brian Rowan

Minister was protected by machine guns in suitcases: The News Letter

John Hume – 'He enjoyed Parnell-like status in the US': Derry Journal

Warning from the archives – NI breaks welfare parity at its peril: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Education 'zone' proposed for Shankill area of Belfast (Sep 2): BBC
Maggie Taggart

Five Northern Ireland Executive ministers back Shankill plan: BBC

NI Orangemen in Scots vote parade: UTV

Sir Bob Geldof backs No vote, attacking nationalism as a 'very dangerous political animal': The Herald

Scottish independence – Canadian PM backs Scotland staying in 'united' UK: BBC

Scotland Vote Will Impact Northern Ireland:
David Blevins

To Be National or Irrational? That Is Scotland's Question: Huffington Post
William Martin

Douglas Carswell may have just saved the Union: Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup

Scottish independence – 5 reasons yes is winning:
Mike Small

Potential for unintended consequences if Scots choose independence: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

Why a Scottish yes vote could prove overwhelmingly positive for the rest of the UK: Daily Telegraph
Jeremy Warner

Scottish independence – A yes vote will produce a leaner, meaner Scotland: The Guardian
Simon Jenkins

Vote highlights contradiction in Sinn Fein policy: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Wales must grasp the courage of the Scots to avoid isolation, former Plaid Cymru leader Dafydd Wigley tells Welsh-Americans:
David Williamson

Gaza – Israel blocks European politician delegation including Sinn Fein's Martina Anderson from entering: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland's Protestants and Catholics adopt Israeli, Palestinian flags as symbols: Haaretz
Conor Humphries

Thursday, September 4

We must protect IRA suspects' human rights, says Northern Ireland minister as she says list of names will not be published: Daily Mail
Jack Doyle

Theresa Villiers is telling Sinn Fein where to get off. And about time, too: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Kenny is showing no interest in North: (from the Irish Echo)
Sean McManus

Sinn Féin 'will work positively to address health pressures': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein 'attempting to bully News Letter' over editorial, say Tories: The News Letter

Fleadh decision fury: The News Letter

'Investigate your own festivals' – Fleadh: UTV

15-year-old girl attacked in East Belfast "hate crime": Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

East Belfast – Girl attacked near sectarian flashpoint: BBC

Sentencing adjourned for Londonderry man who admitted dissident offences: The News Letter

Sinn Fein: Continued isolation of prisoners is wrong – McCartney: Derry Journal

'Alan Ryan rot in hell' – Hateful graffiti daubed on walls of church near home of slain RIRA boss: Irish Mirror
Brynmor Pattison

UDA's 'Big Bill' does a runner to Spain as feud looms: Sunday World
Jim McDowell

Memorial to Scottish soldiers in Ligoniel attacked for 14th time: BBC

Six men arrested after republican graffiti sprayed on gravestones in Cookstown: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Sectarian graffiti daubed on Down house: UTV

Man who wanted bail to go on Jeremy Kyle for lie detector test fails to overturn conviction: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Man arrested in England over 1994 Ulster loyalist murders in Belfast:
Henry McDonald

No Hamill trial after witness is discredited: Irish News

Writer to testify over UDA killing of Belfast postman Daniel McColgan – author will reveal findings of his own probe into 2002: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

PSNI chief agrees to hand over Loughinisland massacre files to ombudsman: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

'Albert, my friend, may you now enjoy eternal peace... you truly were a man of peace': Sunday World
Brian D'Arcy

Albert Reynolds supported the granting of a US visa to Gerry Adams to the fury of Downing Street: The Irish Times
Martin Mansergh

History will be kinder than politics to the 'lonesome boatman' of the peace process (Aug 30): Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

DUP Minister Nelson McCausland faces probe over donor meeting 'cover-up': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ulster Aviation Society ban hurting Northern Ireland public – Turbulence at Stormont hits plane charity (Sep 2): Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Humphreys declines to comment on Bruton's 1916 Rising remarks: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Home Rule party got on the wrong side of Irish history: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Plans to mark 1916 treated like 'third secret of Fatima' (Sep 2): Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Orange march 'boost for Scotland independence Yes vote' – Pro-Union campaigners fear parade will only alienate Catholic support: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Scottish republicans urged to stay away from Orange Order parade:
Henry McDonald and Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – Yes vote would trigger an 'economic earthquake' claims Danny Alexander: The Independent
Chris Green

Scottish independence has finally rattled the City of London: The Guardian
Nils Pratley

Scottish referendum turnout could exceed 80%, says academic: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

One chart that shows why Scottish independence could mean a never-ending Tory government for England: Daily Mirror
Sophie Warnes

PM could face calls to postpone UK election if Scots vote for independence: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt and Severin Carrell

Edgy times for Better Together: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Scottish referendum – London sells us short in buying No vote: Belfast Telegraph
George Kerevan

Referendum a lesson for unionism: The News Letter
N R Greer

Scotland's Identity, Put to a Vote: New York Times

Wednesday, September 3

IRA terror suspects to lose immunity from prosecution: Daily Telegraph
Patrick Sawer, Peter Dominiczak, Bob Graham and Tim Ross

Royal Pardon ended 30 year exile for Omagh man: Ulster Herald

DUP hits out at Sinn Fein claims of a crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Third senior unionist – we should give back welfare: The News Letter

Magherafelt councillor accuses SF of 'hastening disintegration' of Health Service: Mid Ulster Mail

'Health crisis is a result of DUP support for Tory cuts' – Brady: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Sinn Fein's fury at Iain Duncan Smith's call to back welfare reforms: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Stormont budget crisis shows Belfast Agreement was flawed – Failure to agree on welfare reform leaves us all facing cutbacks (Aug 29): Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Who believes in devolution? Consequence of breakdown between DUP and Sinn Fein is unionism and nationalism both embracing 'devo-scepticism': Belfast Telegraph
John McAllister

Unionist trio are right – send welfare back to London: The News Letter

Sinn Fein demands News Letter retract west Belfast editorial: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Belfast bomb hoax causes road chaos on first day of new school term: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

A lesson learnt from the dark days of the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Maghaberry wardens – Prison on brink of 'losing control': Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Besieged Maghaberry warders warn they are 'close to losing control': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

No prosecution for Fleadh band: UTV

Ardoyne Fleadh row – DUP slams decision not to take legal action over sectarian comments: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Orangeman is fined over obstructing police bids to identify band: The News Letter

Garda allegations raise echoes of Buchanan murder: Londonderry Sentinel

Arrests not called to inquest of murdered postal worker Daniel McColgan: The News Letter

NI Ombudsman settles dispute with PSNI: RTE

Pastor's exit not linked to comments: UTV

A man whose good works will be overshadowed by row: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Sinn Fein sympathy for Scottish Yes vote, but it won't take sides: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Scottish independence – Yes vote is 'closer than ever' says first minister: BBC

Independent Scotland could not join EU without central bank, expert says: The Guardian
Severin Carrell and Katie Allen

Scottish independence – 'Scots welcome in Nato': The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Boston Expats Follow Scotland's Independence Referendum – But Can't Vote:
Elizabeth Ross

Scottish independence – The new Scots who hold fate of the UK in their hands (Aug 20): The Independent
Paul Kelbie

Jim Murphy laments the "energy of nationalism". Where's the energy of unionism?: The Spectator
Fraser Nelson

Scottish referendum – Alex Salmond's 'missing million' voters in dispute:
Severin Carrell and Libby Brooks

Alex Salmond is within sight of his promised land – Scottish independence is more than just a dream.: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Scottish politics is getting uglier as polling day nears and there's still the Orange Order parade in Edinburgh to look forward to: Belfast Telegraph
Hamish Macdonell

Scots voting no to independence would be an astonishing act of self-harm: The Guardian
George Monbiot

Scottish nationalism isn't about how bad Westminster is; it's about how good Holyrood is: New Statesman
Gary Hayes

Scotland's close ties to Northern Ireland won't be broken by Yes vote for independence – SNP: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gaza public meeting in Cookstown 'influenced by republicans' says McCrea: Tyrone Times

Tuesday, September 2

IRA ceasefire anniversary – Gregory Campbell responds to Martin McGuinness statement: Derry Journal

Iain Duncan Smith criticises Sinn Féin on welfare reform: BBC

N Ireland visit a sign of US frustration at stalled peace process: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

With Sinn Féin's eyes on the South and Unionists lurching right, the North is paralysed: (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

The DUP may look strong, but it is also vulnerable: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Time to dig deep and end discord (Aug 29): Belfast Telegraph

Doherty recalls the final days leading up to the IRA ceasefire: Ulster Herald

From bomb to boom – How Newry has changed dramatically since ceasefires: BBC
Mark Simpson

IRA ceasefire August 1994 – the day that changed Ireland forever: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Amnesiac Gerry Adams spins more yarns over the ceasefire: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Journalism union NUJ condemn threat to NI journalist: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Time to bring back the 'IRA' – 'Provo Social Club' would keep dissidents in line: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Sex with mattress accused 'under terror death threat': The Sunday Life
Patricia Devlin

Michael McKevitt fails to win early release from prison: BBC

Convicted terrorist Michael McKevitt learns yoga and web design in prison: Irish Independent
Aodhan O Faolain

Swann praises dignified 'Black Saturday' parade: Ballymoney Times
Una Culkin

Suspect in murder of RUC constable is facing trial (Aug 29): Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

NIO unhappy that RUC lifted Gerry Adams without notice, files reveal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

IRA collusion with prison warders revealed: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Once-off 'Republic Day' holiday recommended for 2016: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Pastor James McConnell retires from Whitewell Metropolitan Tabernacle: BBC

Sinn Féin criticised for choosing male byelection candidate: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Northern Ireland faces cut in funding if the Scots go it alone: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Yes campaign is closing gap according to latest poll: Scottish Daily Record

Pollsters nervous despite indications that Scotland will spurn independence: Irish Independent
Andrew Osborn

SNP's Angus Robertson believes a stronger Scotland will be a benefit to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Scottish independence – So what do our unionist politicians believe will happen?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Scottish independence – Does the rest of the UK care?: BBC
Nick Eardley

Scottish independence – Either way, Westminster's grip on union is diminished: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Independence vote 'not a test of Scottishness': Irish Examiner
Katrine Bussey

All heat and no light in indy debate: The Scotsman
Peter Jones

Independence 'would create uncertainty in global politics': The Herald
Michael Settle

UK government has no contingency plans in event of Scots' Yes vote: Financial Times
Jim Pickard

Scotland's future is a big question that needs a big turnout: The News Letter

Monday, September 1

Unionists 'in league with hardline group': Irish Examiner
Ed Carty

McGuinness blames Dublin and London for North 'inertia': Irish Independent
Noel McAdam

Ireland marks anniversary of historic IRA ceasefire as politicians tell of ongoing process: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

Twenty years on, the political process in Northern Ireland is in trouble: The Guardian
Gerry Adams

IRA ceasefire – Guns are gone from North but progress very slow: Irish Voice/
Eamon Delaney

The ceasefire represented an IRA loss, not a victory (Aug 31): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Peace process handed Adams a ticket to 'his Republic' (Aug 31): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Life in Northern Ireland is better than it was in 1994: The News Letter

Disturbances at interface during republican march: Irish News

UUP say NI Executive budget is untenable and new one is needed: BBC

Les Allamby is new NI Human Rights Commissioner: BBC

Garda 'dissident informer' is woman: Sunday Independent

Appeal after man shot in legs in west Belfast: The Irish Times

How a Catholic battling depression and a Protestant with a drug problem crossed the sectarian divide... and turned their lives around (Aug 29): Belfast Telegraph
Stephanie Bell

UK royal presence at 1916 commemorations 'depends on context': The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Irish Imam, who met with Peter Robinson, pledges allegiance to peaceful Caliphate and sends message to Northern Ireland during annual Ahmadiyya gathering Jalsa Salana: Belfast Telegraph
Umar Nasser

Our historic operation with UK to track terrorists: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

U-turn as SF's King decides to run in by-election: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

How substantial is Ukip threat?: Irish Examiner
Mary C Murphy

Warning of polling station clashes as tensions rise: The Herald
Michael Settle and Kate Devlin

Scottish independence – Council staff sticker ban (Aug 29): The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Polls apart on Scottish independence: Irish Examiner
Andrew Osborn

Something incredible is happening in Scotland. And if the result is a yes vote the shock to the UK will be extreme: The Guardian
Paul Mason

Independence chance is fleeting (Aug 31): Scotland on Sunday
Andrew Wilson

The bird who delivered a basket case (Aug 31): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards


Kindle Books

Notre Dame


Irish music downloads

Irish Videos

Art, prints, calendars and posters
Buy at
Sir Henry Sidney "Pacifies" Ulster and Returns to Dublin after a Victory
Buy From

Subscribe to the Newshound

Subscribe with PayPal


Newshound Merchandise
Get a Newshound mug, shirt or cap
The Epic History &
Heritage of the Irish

The Wild Geese Today