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Thursday, September 15

New members of Victims and Survivors Forum describe how their different backgrounds will help deliver results for victims: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Troubles victims slam appointment of terror chief's widow to Northern Ireland forum: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

UDA leader's widow defends place on Victims and Survivors Forum: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Why Fianna Fáil's plan to run in Northern Ireland elections makes as much sense as Mike Nesbitt moving UUP HQ to Dundalk: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Nesbitt raises questions over appointment of spin doctor David Gordon: Belfast Telegraph

Foster and McGuinness make bold move to bring in a sharp critic: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Northern Ireland Executive has imposed North Korean levels of secrecy, claims Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP accuse DUP and Sinn Féin of 'spending' secrecy plot: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin Maghaberry visit a publicity stunt – Foster: The News Letter

MP – Disgrace that murder suspect escapes bail checks: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Joint enterprise – NI killers appeal after Supreme Court ruling: BBC

Three arrested in Kilbirnie after loyalist paramilitary shooting in Belfast: Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald
Paul Fisher

Five men jailed for high-profile Northern Ireland murders launch legal bids to have convictions quashed: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Dublin's pledge on the past is welcome but does it include collusion with Provisionals?: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

'People who abducted him won't get away with it in this life or the next', says wife of man missing for over 25 years: Irish Examiner
Anne Lucey

UK officials like 'slippery eels' over Libya payments: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Wheeler

Claudy massacre victim's brother calls for secret files to be released: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

The Border Barrier: Dundalk Democrat

Foster hails security force members in tribute to dad: Belfast Telegraph

What Belfast really needs is a Troubles museum: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Stormont department prints 18,000 brochures with Maze show error: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Nama inquiry – Stormont's Department of Finance will co-operate with Irish government investigation, says Mairtin O Muilleoir: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP says report on Nama dealings 'raises serious questions': The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Nama's investigations and inquiries – how many are there?: BBC

Press kept Nama on the agenda but opposition parties need to keep up the pressure: Irish News
Allison Morris

€223m 'lost by Nama' in Project Eagle sale: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Peace and prosperity in Ireland are threatened by Brexit: Financial Times
John Bruton

SFA chief Regan calls on Scottish football to act after Old Firm "misbehaviour": The Herald
Matthew Lindsay

Wednesday, September 14

Stakeknife claims could reveal appalling vista of collusion – DPP: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

James Brokenshire reassures Dublin on keeping Irish border open: Belfast Telegraph

Time to rid Northern Ireland of the shadow of the gunman: The Irish Times
Charlie Flanagan

Terror groups have no place here and must disband: Belfast Telegraph
James Brokenshire

West Belfast to disappear but gains for nationalists expected in the city: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Enda Kenny lays down important marker on Irish unity: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Widow of murdered UDA chief joins victims and survivors body: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Anger as bailed terror suspects join forces at dissident protest: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

PSNI 'told not to check on man accused of murdering Ismay': The News Letter
Richard Wheeler

Row erupts over Sinn Féin 'Craigavon Two' prison visit: The News Letter

Four arrested by detectives in Boreland murder probe: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

IRA members' involvement in organised crime 'overstated': Irish News

Victims of Libyan-sponsored IRA attacks 'need answers before they die': Belfast Telegraph

Paisley – Government should compensate Libya-IRA victims: The News Letter

Libya – MP wants clarity from Sinn Féin's Martin McGuinness over Gaddafi support: BBC
Stephen Walker

Search underway for missing father-of-four bundled into van 25 years ago: Irish Independent
Cathal McMahon

Army's inability to trace murder witness beggars belief, says coroner: Belfast Telegraph

It is right to remember the dead of 9/11, but fallen from our squalid 'war' deserve no less: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

What have the British ever done for us? Quite a lot: The Irish Times
Hugh Linehan

Cross-border NAMA inquiry 'still possible' – Ó Muilleoir: ITV

Nama NI sale – Report expected to say 'failings cost millions': BBC
John Campbell

No state inquiry into Nama unless Enda Kenny convinced: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin and Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Project Eagle – All-Ireland inquiry on Nama sale would lack power: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Neighbours – Ireland and Britain are forced into a changing relationship: The Irish Times
Editorial

House of Lords could block full Brexit, admits David Davis: Belfast Telegraph

Pro-IRA graffiti daubed on Coatbridge Cenotaph by vile vandals: Scottish Daily Record
Colin Paterson

Another poll shows that Brexit hasn't changed Scottish appetite for independence: The Spectator
Fraser Nelson

Support for Scottish independence rises to 47% since 2014 referendum, says new poll: Scottish Daily Record
Katrine Bussey

Tuesday, September 13

Governments to sign treaty on ending NI paramilitary activity: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Formation of paramilitaries monitoring panel hailed as decisive step: Belfast Telegraph

Flanagan in plea to finally deal with Troubles legacy issues: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Brexit – Charlie Flanagan 'cautious' over Northern Ireland border reassurances: BBC

Creggan will be among hardest hit by Brexit, Máirtín Ó Muilleoir warns McCann: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

UUP in call for peace centre at old court as part of Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

DUP dismisses UUP Brexit 'vision' as 'uncosted wish list': The News Letter

Northern Ireland UKIP leader David McNarry tells Taoiseach not to fantasize about a United Ireland: BreakingNews.ie

Brexit intensifies Irish unity debate: Irish News
Editorial

Constituency shake-up looks set to boost SF – expert: The News Letter

Fianna Fáil can alter electoral landscape: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

I do not feel Irish in the slightest: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

SF meet with violent dissidents on visit to Maghaberry prison: The News Letter

Prison visit 'traumatic for family' of murdered police constable: Banbridge Leader

Loyalist gunmen 'more involved in crime' than ex-Provisionals: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

'Unease' at PSNI's £12m payoff to officers for hearing damage sustained in firearms training: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Kingsmills relatives in plea for intelligence papers to be released: The News Letter

Sinn Féin – Gregory Campbell's 'stunt' over Bloody Sunday investigation: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

'I remember hunting down Francis Hughes in dead of night – he'd left trail of blood and an IRA beret following a gun battle with us': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Troubles internee's claim over 'inhuman conditions': The News Letter

Processes on the past must not tiptoe round terrorists: The News Letter
Editorial

Actor who praised McGuinness 'has quite a short memory': The News Letter

Irish passports surge as British travel visas loom: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Like father, like son – 'Mad Pup' Adair, brought up in shadow of violence and drugs, was destined for bad end: Irish Independent
Jim McDowell

Nama makes new complaint over adviser on sale of Project Eagle: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan and John Downing

Sinn Féin minister Ó Muilleoir to be quizzed over Nama claims: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

Stormont engaging in 'ostrich politics' over Nama allegations: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Cushnahan Nama revelations incredible and extraordinary – Kenny: The News Letter

Project Eagle – Onus on Nama to assuage concern: The Irish Times
Editorial

Ireland must question its EU membership after Apple ruling – Nigel Farage: Newstalk.com
Jack Quann

Gerry Adams' 'take the money and run' call over £11bn Apple tax case shows up his total naivety: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Protests held at Irish pub which 'told Gaeilgeoir to stop speaking native language': Irish Independent
Daire Courtney

Rangers condemn 'vile and insensitive' hanging effigies at Old Firm clash and call on Police Scotland to find those responsible: Scottish Daily Record
John Ferguson and Lisa Toner

Club 1872 call for Rangers board to ban Celtic fans from Ibrox after Old Firm display: The Herald
Christopher Jack

Shocking footage shows Rangers yobs destroy Celtic Park toilets after Old Firm derby: Scottish Daily Record
Cheri Burns

Monday, September 12

Fianna Fáil plans to capitalise post-Brexit by running in the North: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Bloody Sunday – DUP call for Martin McGuinness to be questioned: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Brexit – UUP sets out its future vision for NI outside EU: BBC
Stephen Walker

I did my best for PSNI over pay rise, says Sugden: The News Letter

Ex-police officers awarded 'staggering' £12m compensation for hearing loss: Belfast Telegraph

'Biased' legal system means no justice for dad, says IRA victim's girl: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Declan Kearney concerned over Stephen Carroll convictions: Irish News
Connla Young

'I'm amazed schools in Northern Ireland are segregated' (Sep 10): Belfast Telegraph
Stephanie Bell

Irish and UK military bands play together at Enniskillen Somme memorial: The News Letter

Former Minister calls for respect during commemorations to mark the signing of the Anglo-Irish Treaty and Civil War: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Mystery as son of Ulster terror chief Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair is found dead: Scottish Daily Record
Sally Hind

Cork publican urged to 'admit mistake' over Irish stance: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Watchdog report into NAMA's Project Eagle sale to be published: Irish Independent
Amy Molloy

Inquiry now seems an inevitability – Demands for Nama investigation: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Nama prepares for war against watchdog over Project Eagle: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Banners with Northern Ireland map removed at GAA match: Irish News

Land of the free could hold key to reforming Northern Ireland's outdated libel laws (Jul 26): Belfast Telegraph
Mick Hume

Martin McGuinness 'an extraordinary statesmen', says Colm Meaney: Irish Independent

US reviewer compares film about Martin McGuinness and Ian Paisley to Die Hard (Sep 8): Irish Independent

Things go from bad to worse for Ireland as a 'hard' Brexit looms over the horizon: Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

Liam Fox confirms that Britain now has a nationalist government: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Celtic fans hit out at "mindless morons" who hung Rangers effigies at Old Firm game: Belfast Live
Chris Sherrard

FA proposes English, Welsh, Scottish and Northern Irish manager rotation in bid to bring back Team GB to Olympic football (Sep 8): Daily Telegraph
Ben Rumsby

Sunday, September 11

Major poll showing strong support for the Union divides nationalism: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Poll findings blunt SF's hopes – and stabilise Stormont: The News Letter
Sam McBride

General apathy at Northern Ireland boundary changes is sign of wider malaise (Sep 9): Belfast Telegraph
Peter Shirlow

Irish Foreign Minister – Island of Ireland unique within EU: BBC
Mark Devenport

It is too early to assess Brexit but there seems to be UK confidence: The News Letter
Editorial

Anti-paramilitary taskforce 'in place by end of the year' says Secretary of State James Brokenshire: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Twaddell protest organiser Solinas quits lodge over deal: The News Letter

Twaddell – Hopes of deal increase after Ballysillan members resign: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Sinn Féin renew calls for release of Tony Taylor, the Derry man who has been held on remand in prison since March: Derry Now

'Sinn Féin stubbornness grounds Maze aviation open day': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Mum who lost family in IRA Shankill bombing loses legal challenge: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Nama's NI deal had 'irregularities' says Republic's spending watchdog: BBC
John Campbell

All eyes on Taoiseach as calls for Nama inquiry now too strong to ignore: Sunday Independent
Shane Phelan

Nama inquiries are going round in circles (Sep 10): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Departing Dean of Derry leaves behind a changed city: The News Letter

Could a Belfast history museum be our next big tourist attraction? (Sep 7): Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Republican diesel boss facing €15m clean-up fine: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

The love-hate relationship between Ireland and Britain: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Brexit a 'disorientating prospect' for Ireland with serious consequences for the north – Donald Tusk (Sep 9): Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Barman 'cannot believe' reaction to story about Irish in work: The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caolla&iacut;

How same-sex relationships pose a dilemma for all our churches: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

The ugly side of the Old Firm returns: The Herald
Andrew Whitaker

Saturday, September 10

Irish unity must be considered in Brexit talks, Enda Kenny says: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit has put future of UK in doubt, says Kenny: Irish Independent
John Downing

Foster tries to calm fears Brexit may split UK: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Brexit legal challenge to be heard next month: ITV

SDLP need to grab the initiative on post-Brexit debate: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Boundary changes 'detrimental to unionism' – DUP: ITV

First Past the Post is now harming unionism because it is concentrated around Belfast: The News Letter
Gerry Lynch

James Brokenshire – Stumbling blocks regarding legacy of Troubles to enter 'more public phase': BBC

Orangemen resign after 'dirty deal' on return Twaddell parade: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Belfast rioter given 15-month sentence: The News Letter

Sinn Féin accused of abuse of public funds by supplying its official drivers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Republican councillor has TUV threat conviction quashed: The News Letter

Murder suspect stayed at Regency Hotel: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

Police abandon denials over sinister loyalist weapon cache at Tamnamore: Tyrone Times

Call for external probe into PSNI u-turn on Tamnamore gun find: Irish News
Connla Young

On the Runs – Morrison fails in bid to challenge scheme: BBC

British informers penetrated Irish American groups new report shows: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James O'Shea

Palm print found on a vehicle used during the 1976 Kingsmill massacre 'belongs to a suspect arrested last month': Daily Mail
Darren Boyle

Why don't newspapers campaign for justice for Loughinisland victims?: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

WWI images replace sectarian graffiti in Londonderry: Londonderry Sentinel

Ian Paisley's widow boycotts film about him and Martin McGuinness: Derry Journal
Sam McBride

'This is an English-speaking business' – Young Gaeilgeoir told to stop speaking native language in Irish pub: Irish Independent
Daire Courtney

The Journey: Researching Ian Paisley 'fascinating exercise' – Timothy Spall: Belfast Telegraph

We need to make new friends in EU: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Britons may have to pay fee to visit Europe under post-Brexit visa plan: The Independent
Alexandra Sims

Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones to demand access to European single market in Chicago speech: South Wales Evening Post
Steffan Thomas

Fresh attempts to reform the House of Lords rejected by Government: Belfast Telegraph

In Glasgow, a Most Bitter Rivalry Takes Root Again: New York Times
Rory Smith

Has Scotland outgrown the Old Firm?: The Herald
Kevin McKenna

Friday, September 9

More than half in Northern Ireland 'oppose border poll': BBC
Mark Devenport

Sharp rise in support for united Ireland, survey reveals: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Support for Irish unity 'virtually unchanged after Brexit': The News Letter

Cheating police students in Northern Ireland could be shown door: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

First bilateral talks over Brexit plans: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin and Juno McEnroe

Flanagan urges Brexit minister to focus on Border: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Taoiseach comes out swinging – but Sinn Féin morphs into the EU's friend: Irish Independent
Hugh O'Connell

Brexit negotiations 'must involve all three home nations': The News Letter

Campaign to reverse UK's Brexit vote an affront to democracy: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Brexit 2 – why UK's Human Rights Act should not be repealed: The Irish Times
Conor Gearty

Police confirm 12 IRA assault rifles recovered since decommissioning: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

PSNI do u-turn on gun found near Glenanne Gang attack area: Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI 'has independence' to probe suspected military killing: ITV

Thomas Devlin Fund marks 10 years with bursaries for 10 teens: Belfast Telegraph
Ann W Schmidt

Mother's fund for Thomas creating a positive memory: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Getting hung up on nationality: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Nama's NI deal – Foster rejects McGuinness cross-border inquiry call: BBC

Nama – UUP leader Mike Nesbitt asks HMRC if it will investigate Spotlight allegations: Belfast Telegraph

Turns out I owe Jamie Bryson an apology: Irish News
Alex Kane

Ignoring the women of '81: Belfast Media
Andrée Murphy

Paisley/McGuinness peace film panned by critics: Irish News
John Manley

Gay bishop row – Archbishop of Canterbury Welby approves of wickedness: The News Letter
Ivan Foster

Police warn Old Firm stars about their conduct on the pitch and on social media ahead of Saturday's derby: Scottish Daily Record
Paul O'Hare

We won't be part of any EU army, says Flanagan: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor, Martin Banks and Peter Foster

Why Sturgeon resists setting caution aside on second independence referendum (Sep 8): The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Thursday, September 8

'Needless major surgery' to NI electoral map worries unionists: The News Letter

New Northern Ireland constituencies will favour nationalists, claims Empey: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

EU has played only a minor role in our peace process: Irish News
Newton Emerson

European human rights should be cherished – PSNI chief: The News Letter

How Owen Paterson's stupid decision to end 50/50 recruitment has made the PSNI a colder house for Catholics: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Police investigate alleged breaches during protest at Twelfth parade: Irish News
Connla Young

Dissident republican bomber had names of police officers and judges in Maghaberry cell, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Bomb bid accused is denied bail to visit baby: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn MacDermott

Three charges dropped against 'supergrass' Haggarty: BBC

Time for Sinn Féin to come clean on secret deal that may have saved hunger strikers: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Loughinisland massacre – British Government sorry for 'any police failings': Irish Independent
Richard Wheeler and Lesley-Anne McKeown

Loughinisland killings – Ritchie 'knows suspects' names': BBC
Stephen Walker

Sugden call over Dublin-IRA links: The News Letter

Police and army may have concealed truth about suspected military killing of west Belfast woman, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Deadly weapons and loyalist hitlist cache allegedly found at Tamnamore home: Mid Ulster Mail

Tyrone criminals evade police in hot pursuit by fleeing across border: Tyrone Times

Fresh revelations prompt calls for cross-border Nama probe: Irish News
John Manley

Ó Muilleoir agrees to appear before NAMA inquiry: ITV

It's time this trial by media became a proper probe: Irish News
John Manley

How Paisley and McGuinness's journey to peace ended at Venice film festival: The Guardian
Andrew Pulver

The Journey – Paisley and McGuinness friendship shows there is a way forward says Colm Meaney: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP man suggests council 'massaging the figures' over Somme Centenary Festival spend: Ballymena Times
Victoria Leonard

Coming soon – Sinn Féin at Labour conference on the 'cost of Ireland's partition': The Spectator

Ireland does not have to choose between the UK and the EU: The Irish Times
David Davis

Could Brexit stymie the Apple tax appeal? (Sep 7): The Irish Times
David Beattie

Calls for Ireland to demand shutdown of Sellafield: Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

Palestinians voice concerns about Sinn Féin Likud meetings: Irish News
Connla Young

The Old Firm political and moral hazards facing Labour and SNP over football laws (Sep 2): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

The dark side of Old Firm encounters will always be with us: The Herald
John McLellan

Independent Scotland 'could not have free trade with both UK and EU' if hard Brexit: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Wednesday, September 7

Boundary reform – Stormont should have power to draw the lines, argues Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Alasdair McDonnell vows to fight for South Belfast in wake of Boundary Commission plans: Irish News
John Manley

Parties react to new Boundary Commission constituency proposals: The News Letter

Boundary plans will leave many confused says MLA: Banbridge Leader

Boundary Commission proposals that spell end of Mid Ulster constituency 'make no sense' following RPA: Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Boundary reform will see sweeping changes to political landscape in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Boundary reform – All change in Northern Ireland but balance of power will still lie with DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

'No threat to Britain' from open border with Ireland: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

It's Máirtín Ó Muilleoir who has got it right, not Arlene Foster: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Nice – Normality quietly musters in the North: Village
Anton McCabe

Nama inquiry scandal – Police investigating Daithi McKay coaching claims: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI recruitment – Small rise in successful Catholic and women applicants: BBC

Another 24 trainee police officers caught cheating in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

'Significant' terrorist materials uncovered in 12 searches after arrest of Irish Royal Marine: Irish Independent

Man held in Regency Hotel shooting investigation is to fight extradition: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

'Kevin Murray' pictured after gym makeover as he fights extradition on gangland charge: Irish News
Allison Morris

Belfast man Kevin Nolan faces trial after discovery of Semtex: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Police uncover "significant amount of terrorist material" in Larne area: The News Letter

Tyrone man linked to Regency killing remanded in custody: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Extradition hearing in Belfast for man accused of boxing weigh-in shooting: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Reaction – Paint thrown at Belfast Islamic Centre: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Police say 'no crime' committed over Derry IRA recruitment poster: Belfast Telegraph

DUP fury at police inaction over Bogside 'join IRA' poster: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

MP's plea to remember RUC and UDR dead: The News Letter

Nama – Frank Cushnahan recorded accepting payment: BBC

Former UUP election candidate steps down as school governor: Irish News
Connla Young

Jenny Palmer apologises for 'refugee dog' Facebook comment: BBC

Alarm over Newry attack: Irish News
Editorial

New Zealand wants to ditch Queen as head of state: Derry Journal

Celtic Green Brigade need to learn truth about history of Palestine: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Tuesday, September 6

Boundary Commission – Belfast could lose a constituency: BBC

'Londonderry' name to be lost in Westminster boundary overhaul: Irish News
John Manley

Revamp of constituency boundaries may put unionist seats at risk: The News Letter

Election battle predicted if Belfast loses an MP under new boundary changes: Belfast Telegraph

Boundary changes – The more things change the more they will remain the same: Irish News
John Manley

What will NI parliamentary boundary changes mean?: BBC
Nicholas Whyte

Boundary changes – Stand by for unionist hullabaloo: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Brexit challenge – Northern Ireland peace process based on being part of the EU, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Brexit – Máirtín Ó Muilleoir warns of job losses if EU peace funds stop: BBC
Stephen Walker

No hard border on Ireland, says Brexit minister: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit – How would cross-border customs work?: BBC
Shane Harrison

Loyalist group says all flags should be taken down: Irish News
Allison Morris

Man arrested by PSNI in connection with Regency Hotel shooting: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Suspected Regency Hotel gunman 'Flat Cap' arrested in North: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Dissidents behind Dove House and Féile attacks infiltrated – Kearney: Derry Journal

Royal Marine pleads not guilty to North terror-related charges: The Irish Times

Shots fired at house in Armagh in suspected hate crime: Sunday World

Londonderry 'join IRA sign' is 'hate crime': The News Letter

Northern Ireland's top judge wants Troubles inquests fast-tracked: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Lord Mayor tells pub bombings families – "I back you 100%.": Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Home Secretary tells Birmingham pub bombing families they must wait for legal funding decision: Birmingham Mail
Jonathan Walker and Andy Richards

Families of Birmingham pub bomb victims 'frustrated' at wait for legal aid nod: Belfast Telegraph

Alarm grows over inquest delays: Irish News
Editorial

Priest begged Saint Teresa to stay in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Rachel Martin

Five people 'savagely beaten' after Newry gay pride parade: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Church of England gay bishop – local Anglicans split over revelation: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Teen loses damages claim against MLA Frew over Facebook comments: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Isis the only winners from France's August delusion: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Monday, September 5

Stormont redacts documents over DUP minister lighting Twelfth bonfire: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir reappointed company director a fortnight after resigning to get pension: Irish News
John Manley

Half a million spent on Twelfth bonfire clean-up: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Prisoners in North held in long-term solitary confinement: The Irish Times
Niall McCracken

Margaret Ritchie to press for Loughinisland prosecutions and apology: Irish News
John Manley

NIO agonised over use of incredible 'supergrass' trials: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

SNP lessons for Ireland: Irish News
Editorial

Injustice for all – Garda evidence (Aug 2_: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Bob Dunfey – An Irish-American entrepreneur with a role in the peace process (Sep 3): The Irish Times

In Britain, Soul-Searching on 'Brexit' (Sep 3): New York Times
Editorial

Sectarian singing probe at Hearts v Celtic game hindered by Tynecastle no-audio CCTV cams (Aug 31): The Herald
Martin Williams

Scottish viewers still concerned about BBC news impartiality, research finds (Aug 18): The Guardian
Jasper Jackson

Sunday, September 4

'Crucial' border between Northern Ireland and the Republic remains open, says Theresa Villiers: Sunday Independent
Harriet Line

Time is now right for a new debate on the PSNI: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Prisons boss to be applauded for her reforms, but there still remains much work to be done (Aug 31): Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Stormont – Máirtín Ó Muilleoir keen on one-year budget: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Stormont's committees 'need to be reformed' says Jenny Palmer (Aug 24): Irish News
Claire Simpson

Stormont – Máirtín Ó Muilleoir keen on one-year budget: BBC
Julian O'Neill

State papers – RUC couldn't prove Provos' 10% 'doing the double' tax: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

In Belfast, Mother Teresa ran up against enemies in the Church, leading to a dramatic departure: Belfast Telegraph
Martin O'Brien

State papers – Ardoyne priest's idea won US political support (Aug 26): Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

Eamon McClean – Brought generations of Catholic and Protestant children together: The Irish Times

Serious measures needed to solve west Belfast's jobless problem (Sep 1): Irish News
Newton Emerson

How trip on this ship revealed just what others think of people in NI: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Fr Gary Donegan to change role in Holy Cross Parish: ITV

Anniversary of Reformation an opportunity to heal divisions (Sep 2): Irish News
Denis Bradley

How many Britons are entitled to an Irish passport?: BBC
Simon Maybin

Brexit 'will hit Ireland worst' (Aug 9): Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Yes-supporting Catholic priest under fire after preaching independence from pulpit (Sep 2): The Herald

'Lead weight of separatism dragging Scotland backwards,' says Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson: Scottish Daily Record
Hilary Duncanson

The timing of the referendum is the biggest decision Nicola Sturgeon will ever make: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

It's time to drop the British Bill of Rights for good: The Spectator
Raphael Hogarth

Saturday, September 3

Divided Stormont Executive will hit Northern Ireland in Brexit talks – Report: Belfast Telegraph
Yvette Shapiro

Ex-Irish Minister backs Raymond McCord Brexit challenge: The News Letter

Ó Muilleoir – Government must 'do more' or £300m EU funds could be lost: BBC

Separate Brexit meetings expose the lack of 'joined-up government': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin sacrificed MLA Daithi McKay, claims councillor: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir slammed for 'stupid' response: Irish News

Ballymoney protest parade organisers say their voices 'will not be ignored': Coleraine Times

Serving member of British armed forces charged with terrorism offences: The Independent
Samuel Osborne

Would-be bomber 'fled after wife beat on window': Derry Journal

Two IRA accused are granted bail: Sligo Champion
Sorcha Crowley

Dissident republicans are engaged in a futile campaign: Irish News
Editorial

State papers – Mackies issue raised by Irish government (Aug 26): Irish News
Eamon Phoenix

London Celtic Punks plan to disrupt this year's Oliver Cromwell commemorations: Irish Post
Kylie Noble

Would Stormont's airline subsidy pass the EU's Apple test?: Irish News
Newton Emerson

We cannot accept this affront to sovereignty: Irish Independent
Editorial

Multi-denominational Gaelscoil opens for pupils of 15 different nationalities: Irish Independent
Kathryn Donnelly

Scottish independence – Nicola Sturgeon to launch new drive for second referendum: The Independent
Joe Watts

SNP to hold 'away-day' for all its MPs to bolster case for independence: TheGuardian.com
Libby Brooks

How do Scots feel about having another independence referendum, post-Brexit?: The Guardian
David Torrance, Vonny Moyes and Mike Small

Sturgeon knows she is playing with fire in independence push: The News Letter
Editorial

Celtic and Rangers moving to England is an old and weary story – and yet it keeps on being told (Aug 30): The Herald
Neil Cameron

Friday, September 2

Brexit secretary – no return to 'hard' border in Ireland: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Sutherland rejects claim Brexit would not bring hard Border: The Irish Times
Harry McGee and Amanda Ferguson

'We don't want hard border post Brexit, Northern Ireland still open for business': Belfast Telegraph
David Davis

Britain may yet decide not to leave the EU, says Tony Blair: Irish Independent
Laura Hughes

A reckless Tory right is wrecking the Northern Irish peace process: New Statesman
Liam McNulty

Lots of questions but only Daithi McKay can provide the answers: Irish News
Alex Kane

'Unacceptable pressure on police' – PSNI chief: ITV

Police must be given the support they need (Aug 23): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Roads closed and residents evacuated amid North Belfast bomb alert: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Jamie Bryson band will not be prosecuted for flouting Parades Commission music ban: Irish News

Something is wrong with our justice system when terror crimes are dealt with so leniently: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Holy Cross dispute – Payouts for Catholic schoolgirls who faced terrifying loyalist protests in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Omagh Bomb victims still being denied justice (Aug 30): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

State Papers – Employment of Catholics in 'Essex' and DuPont offset poor record elsewhere (Aug 29): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Troubles tourism a rose-tinted vision horror that stalked Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

NI population higher than ever and showing continued growth: The News Letter

Brokenshire's staycation shows times have changed: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Tony Blair says Britain can still avoid Brexit: The Independent
Andrew Woodcock

Parliament can still block Brexit despite Theresa May: The Independent
Jim Edwards

Irish Republican march banned by council on Old Firm derby day: The Herald
Martin Williams

Man cleared of praising IRA at republican march: Dumbarton & Vale Of Leven Reporter

Stiglitz – independent Scots currency union plan 'may have been a mistake': BBC

Irish Catholics, Muslims and ISIS: Bernardsville News
Geoff Connor

Durkan welcomes Colombia FARC accord: Derry Journal

Thursday, September 1

No hard border for Ireland, vows UK's Brexit Minister: Irish Independent
Noel McAdam

SDLP – We will use all legal tools to keep NI in EU: The News Letter

NI faces 'decade of uncertainty' after Brexit – Nesbitt: ITV

Daithi McKay urged to 'spill beans' on Sinn Féin role in Bryson coaching probe: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

SF veteran – North Antrim party 'dysfunctional': The News Letter

McGuigan back in SF's North Antrim hotseat: Ballymoney Times

Ex-SF man at centre of Nama storm is urged to reveal all: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

It's likely McKay is far from happy... he may not be prepared to go quietly: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Trouble noticeable by its absence in Belfast this summer: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Royal Marine Ciaran Maxwell detained for another week amid Larne searches: Belfast Live
Michael McHugh

Derry man begged for help as he crawled away after being shot in ankles 'by mistake': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Rise in paramilitary attacks worrying: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Human rights chief says government must act to support NI's ethnic minorities: BBC

'Ugly' attacks on Orange halls must end – Amnesty boss: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Denis Donaldson – Inquest adjourned for two years: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Bomb inquiry hopes rekindled after Brokenshire meeting: Ulster Herald
Alan Rodgers

Derry violence featured in 'useful' anti-accord file: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Yes, we were poor in west Belfast but definitely not uncivilised: Irish News
Allison Morris

Soundtrack of Troubles was screams and sobbing, not Bay City Rollers: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Alarm over Stormont special advisers vetting FOI requests: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Next it'll be that Jason Orange is not safe to walk down the Falls... (Aug 22): Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Brokenshire takes family on holiday around Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Yvette Shapiro

Ban on gay men donating blood formally lifted in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Call for a 'Truth Commission' to oversee future referendums: The Herald
Kate Devlin

I don't like flags – they depict an 'us and them' view of the world (Aug 28): Sunday Herald
Vicky Allan

Brexit brings the chance to build a new and better Commonwealth: Daily Telegraph
Mark Stanford



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