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Friday, September 15

NI 'on glide path' to government intervention, says Brokenshire: BBC

Seven in ten nationalist voters back Sinn Féin's Gerry Adams' tough stance to not re-enter power without Irish Language Act: Irish Sun
Jason Johnson

'Alliance and the Greens stood with Adams before SF gave any details on Irish language act': The News Letter
Alan Chambers

Gerry Adams holds talks with former US vice-president Joe Biden: Newstalk.com
Jack Quann

Poll – What do DUP and Sinn Féin voters make of parties' stance in Stormont stalement?: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

SF has done nothing to dispel fears over an Irish language act: The News Letter
Editorial

Parties show real politics is possible: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

If Gerry Adams has a 'quirky' sense of humour, why aren't IRA victims laughing: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Arlene Foster has made a valuable contribution to the discussion about cultural identity: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

UK path on Brexit is mad and dangerous, says Baroness Armstrong in Dublin: The Irish Times
Colm Keena

Brexit may hurt Ireland 'more than any other EU state' – Flanagan: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Mid-Ulster council in row over dual language street signs: BBC
Jayne McCormack

DUP councillor fails to have residents pay for Irish street signs: The News Letter

Belfast residents' group calls for unionist flags removal: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Campaigner urges SoS not to legalise loyalist group: ITV

Victims campaigner cautions against lifting ban on Red Hand Commando: Belfast Telegraph

Ford – Legal Red Hand Commando could continue to control communities: The News Letter

Demands for PSNI crackdown on loyalist gangs after car set alight: Belfast Telegraph

Son's case over UVF probe 'failings' can proceed: Tyrone Times

Repairs begin at apartments damaged by Belfast bonfire: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

No pay rise for NI cops while Stormont lies dormant: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Five in the dock over car park murder of dissident republican: Herald.ie
Conor Feehan and Brian Kavanagh

Libya-IRA reparations fund call rejected: BBC
Stephen Walker

Government 'is telling victims to go it alone' as fund rejected: The News Letter

Lawyer – The government has been weak and hypocritical about the defence of Libya-IRA victims: The News Letter
Jason McCue

Paisley '£100k holidays' investigated by MPs' watchdog: BBC

Maze escape film shows 'progress needs dialogue': ITV

Maze prison escape film 'shows talking is the best way to resolve conflict': Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland politicians nominated for top Fianna Fáil roles: Belfast Telegraph
Eamon Sweeney

Extended Ulster Canal greenway will help revitalise border economy: The Northern Standard

A woman was told to stop speaking 'foreign muck' but was actually speaking Welsh... in Wales (Sep 11): WalesOnline.co.uk
Tom Houghton

Thursday, September 14

DUP sides with Labour as Tories defeated on public pay: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

DUP support for Tories was always conditional and the party knows when to play the populist card: Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Féin and DUP united by fear for Bombardier jobs: Irish Independent
John Mulgrew

Bombardier row unites party leaders: The News Letter

Deep concern over future of Bombardier jobs: Irish News
Editorial

Grand Master explains why Orange Order still says no to an Irish language act: The News Letter

Orange Grand Master – ‘We have no quarrel with Irish but will not back any reward for use of the language in the SF-IRA cultural war’: The News Letter
Edward Stevenson

Mairead Maguire – Nobel laureate appeals to politicians to form an executive (Sep 12): Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Rev Gibson right to defend Foster over crocodiles row (Sep 12): The News Letter
Editorial

Women win court battle over Belfast house values at interface: Belfast Telegraph

Why we should welcome the winds of change that blow through loyalism: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Spencer and Chris Hudson

RHC plan is 'surely lifted from Give My Head Peace': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Terror group moving in the right direction: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Sandy Row bonfire – Damaged flats being repaired: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Vandals urinate and defecate in Protestant church in Derry: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Councillors agree to send letter of sympathy following 'vile' attack on Christ Church: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Catholic bishop pledges help for vandalised church: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Why for victims and survivors of the Troubles, justice delayed is the same as justice denied: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Challenge to WWI group: Lurgan Mail

Mervyn Gibson: Senior Orangeman says 1914 UVF gun-running was 'not terrorism' (Sep 12): Irish News
Claire Simpson

Belfast Blitz horror needs a memorial in grounds of City Hall (Sep 11): The News Letter
Editorial

NI peace projects could still receive EU cash after Brexit through Dublin: Belfast Telegraph

Controversy as Irish naval ship attends world's largest arms fair in London: TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

Fine Gael MEP says Ireland needs to re-examine its neutrality ahead of Brexit: TheJournal.ie
Órla Ryan

PSNI set to adopt Dublin anti-gang project (Sep 6): Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Brexit exposes vulnerability of citizenship rights for Irish abroad (Sep 6): The Irish Times
Conrad Bryan

Solidarity-PBP rules out coalition with 'rightward-leaning' Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Martin buries arrow in Sinn Féin's Achilles heel (Sep 3): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

It's time to dispel the Irish border Brexit myths – here are three realities that will help resolve it (Sep 11): Daily Telegraph
Victoria Hewson

'Brexit risks triggering Scotland-England trade war': The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

SFA – chief executive Stewart Regan says Celtic are only club to call for review (Sep 11): BBC
Chris McLaughlin

Wednesday, September 13

Theresa May 'makes clear' importance of restoring Stormont in call to Foster and O'Neill: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

'Critical time for NI', says new SDLP deputy leader: Belfast Telegraph

'ILA means Irish will be compulsory in schools' – Empey: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Welcome voices against a standalone Irish language act (Sep 9): The News Letter
Editorial

I have no powers to stop MLAs' pay, James Brokenshire admits: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Unionist leader claims no evidence of support for united Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Anthony Neeson

DUP votes not needed as EU Repeal Bill passes by 36 majority in House of Commons: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

£1 billion 'cash-for-votes' deal helps explain May's call to Trump over Bombardier: Irish News
Gary McDonald

Bombardier Boeing row could harm peace in Northern Ireland – Foster and O'Neill appeal to US Vice President Pence: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Red Hand Commando bid to be legalised branded 'ludicrous': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Victims' dismay at application to legalise terror group: The News Letter
Sam McBride, Michael McHugh and Philip Bradfield

Red Hand Commando killed 13 people during the Troubles: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Red Hand Commando publicity stunt a fruitless exercise: Irish News
Allison Morris

You are out of the IRA once you're arrested and jailed – Gerry Kelly: Belfast Telegraph

Crusaders accuse PSNI of 'smearing reputation' over UVF investigation raid: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Northern Ireland trio held on terrorism offences released: Belfast Telegraph

UPRG-linked Solinas won't take no for answer on guns: Belfast Media

Church hall daubed in anti-police graffiti: The News Letter

PFNI calls on Secretary of State Brokenshire to intervene to deliver pay award to thousands of PSNI officers: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

How a paramilitary threat turned an officer's life upside down (Sep 12): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'It's very simple...the PSNI defend British state interests' (Sep 11): Derry Journal

Army flood aid unused because of Stormont impasse: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Met police award for MP Laurence Robertson for championing IRA bomb victims: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Pub bombs families lodge court appeal over inquest suspects ruling: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

All parties, except DUP, meet with civil service head over school sports funding threat: Belfast Telegraph

Antrim UUP councillor 'lives and works in Dublin': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'Maze escape nothing heroic' says former warder on film release: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Review – Maze a compelling study of jailbreak, far from IRA propaganda: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

RTÉ sorry for cutting 6 counties out of map of Ireland on Late Late Show: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Ireland's days of hiding behind Britain in Europe are over: The Irish Times
Derek Scally

Sturgeon in Brexit clash with opposition over independence vote plan: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Tuesday, September 12

DUP backs government in EU repeal bill: BBC
Stephen Walker

DUP says 'deal is off' if Tory promise of £1bn breaks down: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

DUP 'always knew' Parliamentary approval needed for £1bn package: The News Letter

DUP given eight seats on Westminster select committees: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Junior partner in a coalition of chaos – time to jump to it!: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Coveney calls for enduring relationship with the UK: Belfast Telegraph

Custom posts will become 'tempting targets' for violent republican, warns Good Friday Agreement negotiator: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

'The EU gets the border problem even if Britain doesn't' – Newry MLA: Newry Times

Brexit could mean two extra MEPs for Ireland: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Brexit – Airships could patrol Irish border, says think tank: BBC

Is Britain bordering on conceding that it will leave Northern Ireland?: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Under Gerry Adams, Sinn Féin amounts to a malignant growth on the whole island: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

DUP-SF can never build happy home together, let alone plan shared future: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Sinn Féin no comment if affirmative action for Irish speakers among talks demands: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Why an Irish Language Act is not the same as one man, one vote: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

DUP seeking powerful new CEO – but seemingly only ex-Spads need apply: The News Letter
Sam McBride

We need to build on parading progress: Irish News
Editorial

First loyalist paramilitary group applies to Home Secretary be legalised: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Arrests and searches over 'north Belfast UVF activity': BBC

Paramilitary threats forced 52 PSNI officers to move home: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Larne man says rumoured £50,000 on his head: Irish News
Connla Young

Man jailed for forgery offences linked to republican shooting fails in bid to clear name: Irish News

Motion of no confidence in Chairman Stephen McCann fails: Impartial Reporter

'Long playing record of false assurances' on Kingsmills: The News Letter
Graeme Cousins

Declassified Files – PUP man far more open to compromise than DUP or UUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Battle for legal recognition of humanist marriages back in court: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Sinn Féin must learn from mistakes of others, says Eoin Ó Broin: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Former PSNI chief tipped for Garda Commissioner job: Irish News
Allison Morris

Outsider might be best placed to lead Garda, says O'Loan: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Before we rush to find a new commissioner...: Irish Independent
Editorial

BT Sport admits 'adjusting settings' to turn down Celtic fans' IRA chants: The News Letter
David Gunn

Monday, September 11

DUP-Tory deal – Release of £1bn for Northern Ireland must be approved by Commons vote, admits Government: The Independent
Rob Merrick

SDLP calls on London and Dublin to break logjam if new talks wither on vine: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

SDLP leader – Proposals should be published if no deal done this week: The News Letter

Downing Street appears to deny speculation Theresa May will chair make-or-break peace talks in NI: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

'Progress possible but still a mountain to climb': Irish News
Michelle O'Neill

If Sinn Féin won't bite the bullet how can it embrace democracy?: Irish Independent
Dan O'Brien

Cross-Border co-operation has paid dividends – but is it in peril?: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Adams wants direct rule in the North, coalition in the South (Sep 10): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

'The only Irish unionists saw during Troubles was tiocfaidh ar la': The News Letter

Trying to convince unionists of the benefits of a united Ireland is 'insulting': Irish News
Allison Morris

Orange Order – 'parading is not settled': Irish News
Allison Morris

Larne arson attack linked to loyalist feud – Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Loyalists considered a bonfire on every corner in response to injunction: Irish News
Allison Morris

SF man accuses Belfast council planning group of 'sectarianism' (Sep 6): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Cold water poured on calls for British Army involvement in flood relief: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Republican storms out of flood meeting because of PSNI: The News Letter

Dalai Lama calls for century of peace during Northern Ireland visit: Belfast Telegraph

Bomb survivor slams group over attending IRA memorial event: The News Letter

Minister – I don't believe Adams over IRA killing (Sep 10): Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Blitz memorial councillor is down but not out in plans for city tribute: The News Letter

Bishop fears old sectarian divisions will be stirred by centenaries: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Actress Laura Donnelly on how uncle's IRA murder inspired hit West End play: Irish News
Joanne Sweeney

Northern Ireland firms need stable platform to flourish so politicians must return to work: Belfast Telegraph
Angela McGowan

Leo Varadkar rules out grand coalition with Fianna Fáil: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Republic of Ireland between rock and hard place as UK-EU horns lock (Sep 8): Belfast Telegraph
John Downing

May's mistake is a train-wreck and Ireland is stuck on the tracks (Sep 10): Sunday Independent
Colm McCarthy

Garda Commissioner Noirin O'Sullivan announces retirement: Irish Independent
Sasha Brady and John Downing

Tony Blair wanted British football league: BBC

BBC under fire for airbrushing Rule Britannia! from Last Night of the Proms concerts 'to pussyfoot around the SNP': Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope

Jacob Rees-Mogg represents Catholics about as well as he represents modern Britain: New Statesman
Julia Rampen

Sunday, September 10

Gerry Adams 'hopeful' powersharing can be restored despite enormous challenges: Sunday Independent
Nina Massey

Sinn Féin refuses to clarify position on affirmative action over Irish language: The News Letter
Graeme Cousins

The Ulster Unionist Party still says no to an Irish language act: The News Letter
Robin Swann

Court to hear challenge to Theresa May's £1bn deal with DUP: The Irish Times
Owen Bowcott

'Nonsense'... DUP scoffs at report £1bn is dependent on Executive's restoration: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Why there must be no enhanced role for Dublin if direct rule returns: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

'The British don't care that every strand of the Good Friday Agreement is undermined by Brexit': TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

Brexit uncertainty 'a boon to IRA': The Sunday Times
John Mooney

The Brexit school term and its smart alec pupil: RTE
Tony Connelly

It takes a healthy democratic party to stand up to top man but that won't happen in SF (Sep 6): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Gerry Adams showing his inflated ego with bid to cling on to power (Sep 6): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Tom Oliver was no 'combatant' – his family deserves justice: Irish Independent
John Downing

Sinn Féin's death cult may attract new adherents, but it taints them as it did those they replace (Sep 7): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Star Jack's mum takes lead role in SF bullying fight: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Does Sinn Féin need to worry about a bullying culture?: The Sunday Times
Stephen O'Brien

N Ireland police officer held over alleged sectarian, sexist and racist tweets: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Revealed – Bomb warning at school was taped to petrol bottle: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Loyalist supergrass Gary Haggarty admits assault and having baseball bat: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Declassified files – Official's private alarm at paratroopers' role in 1992 Coalisland riots: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Declassified files – After 41 years, notes of failed 1976 power-sharing talks released (Sep 2): The News Letter
Sam McBride

BBC documentary to recount story of Women's Coalition: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

The dinosaurs waved the women goodbye: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Why Lord Mayor's lack of grace at City Hall gives Alliance Party food for thought: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Brokenshire asked for financial help for victims of North flooding: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

FF leader queries removal of Flanagan: Sunday Independent
Wayne O'Connor

Clarity no closer on post-Brexit border for Irish economy (Sep 7): The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

Taoiseach 'Leo de Varad' has been given a certificate for Irish-speaking skills: TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

Move Over DiCaprio and da Vinci – Here's Ireland's Leo: New York Times
Maureen Dowd

Brexit upheaval puts halt to Gathering No 2: Sunday Independent
Mark O'Regan

Irish President and Prince Charles to be Irish Studies patrons: Irish World

Alex Salmond signals indyref2 could be after 2021 Scottish election: The Scotsman

Police wanted to prosecute the Sunday Herald over Nazi Orange Order images: Sunday Herald
Peter Swindon

Brexit – Wales and Scotland to launch challenge against Theresa May's bid for sweeping new powers: The Independent
Joe Watts

Saturday, September 9

James Brokenshire says MLA pay must be examined: BBC

Arlene Foster calls for new 'cultural deal' to include Ulster-Scots: Irish News
Claire Simpson

UUP leader Swann says Republic example shows folly of Irish language act: Belfast Telegraph

DUP will not let Labour 'gum up the works' of parliament, says Dodds: BBC
Mark Devenport

Not a penny of DUP/Tory £1billion will be released until devolution restored – reports: Belfast Telegraph

A deal is doable, it's always been doable: Derry Journal
Colum Eastwood

NI border after Brexit would be 'reversal of Peace Process' – Tánaiste: The Irish Times
Ciaran D'Arcy

Bertie Ahern – UK is 'putting the EU 27's backs up' over Brexit: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

'Growing support' in EU for special status for NI post-Brexit – Anderson: Derry Journal

Fianna Fáil leader urges new economic model for NI and border counties: Belfast Telegraph

UK cynically punting blame for future hard border onto Dublin and EU, says ex-SoS Hain: Derry Journal

Irish-British relations – tensions rise as friends diverge: The Irish Times
Editorial

'Remove criminal union flag colours': Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Four men charged as part of investigation into IRA dissident killing: Irish Independent

Two-year-old 'refused jail visit with father because of camouflage shoes': Irish News
Connla Young

Former UUP leader Elliott 'regrets any embarrassment' to Attorney General over radio comments: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Troubles can't be used to 'whitewash heinous act', Varadkar warns Adams: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Kingsmill Massacre document 'may be missing': ITV

Hanged IRA volunteer remembered in Derry: Derry Journal

That's politics – Ex-government minister Danny Kennedy signs on the dole: Belfast Telegraph

'Trump runs contrary to what I want for a global Belfast': The News Letter
Helen McGurk

Commissioner to decide on Ian Paisley investigation within days: Irish News

Dan Mulhall becomes Irish Ambassador to US: The Irish Times
Suzanne McGonagle

RTÉ's 'mutilated' map of Ireland was a stylistic error, no more: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

£100k bill for policing Linfield v Celtic game at Windsor: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Friday, September 8

Talks to restore Stormont 'in a far better place' as relations thaw: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Coveney 'constitutionally illiterate' on Irish-UK rule: The News Letter

Sinn Féin's O'Dowd sidesteps question on Foster stepping aside for RHI inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

New laws needed to change MLA salaries and allowances, says Brokenshire: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Paisley warned of threat of 'joint authority' if no Sinn Féin-DUP deal: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Alliance – UK should 'consult' with Dublin in the event of direct rule: The News Letter

Despite new wave of optimism at Stormont, stumbling blocks still remain: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'Definite shift' within private DUP-SF talks on Irish language: The News Letter
Sam McBride

It's simple, Simon Coveney – just leave the DIY to people in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

For the sake of holding office, the DUP is still scrambling to please Sinn Féin: The News Letter
Jim Allister

Dublin must be given no input whatsoever into direct rule: The News Letter
Editorial

Barnier says UK's Irish border Brexit plans 'worrying and unfair': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Border solution not 'beyond wit of man' – Johnson: RTE

Republic of Ireland needs to seek special status – Jim Nicholson: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

EU 'abdicating its responsibilities' over Irish border: The News Letter

Hard Irish border post-Brexit would be risk to peace – Coveney: Irish Independent

EU signals unique Brexit border arrangement for Ireland possible: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Hain is pushing SF policy on NI staying in EU single market: The News Letter
Reg Empey

The Guardian view on the Irish border – the UK's Brexit blind spot: The Guardian
Editorial

Growing unease as Brexit negotiations offer little clarity: Irish News
Editorial

Emma Little-Pengelly says funding for victims' group should be suspended over attendance at IRA men's anniversary Mass: Irish News

Funders won't withdraw money over IRA tweet: The News Letter

Legal bid over Brokenshire authority to instigate Ireland border poll: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Border poll court case 'about taking fear factor out of politics': Irish News

Man admits destroying car used in murder of loyalist John Boreland: ITV

Loyalist flag protester branded 'tout' has Facebook damages cut: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Harry meets nationalist and unionist community groups on first NI visit: The News Letter

Sinn Féin bullying so bad I considered suicide – councillor: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Sinn Féin councillors to speak out on bullying: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Man who claimed IRA member threatened him with a gun before warning him to leave the country is to be sent back to Ireland: Irish Mirror
Sarah Vesty

SF must give any information on Oliver murder to gardaí – Creed: Irish Independent
Ken Whelan

Ex-soldier, 75, arrested and interrogated 25 times by police investigating fatal shooting in Northern Ireland over 40 years ago: The Sun
David Willetts

Backing for soldiers in 'Free Derry' exhibit: The News Letter

Blood and Carroll unite for Belfast anti-austerity march: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Posthumous lifetime achievement accolade for Martin McGuinness at Derry Journal awards: Derry Journal

DUP's Campbell slams BBC over 'biased' Spotlight Troubles inquests probe: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Ian Paisley Jr denies £100,000 Sri Lanka holiday claim: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

DUP MP Ian Paisley says 'Sri Lankan holidays' report is 'devoid of fact': Belfast Telegraph

Fianna Fáil TDs told to stop talking about coalition with SF: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Difficulties for Sinn Féin to attract a coalition partner even after Adams: Irish Examiner
Alison O'Connor

Fianna Fáil is not lying about its position on a Sinn Féin coalition: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Thursday, September 7

Britain responsible for keeping the peace in Northern Ireland after Brexit says EU: Daily Telegraph
Peter Foster

EU wants UK 'commitment' to Ireland over Brexit: Irish Examiner
Sorcha Ní Coileáin

Peter Mandelson says Brexit could threaten North's place in UK: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Staying in EU remains in Ireland's national interest: The Irish Times
Noelle O'Connor

Britain on the brink – Time for all to face the facts: Irish Examiner
Editorial

No joint authority over Northern Ireland, pledges Theresa May: The News Letter

Nationalists criticise British government dismissal of joint authority: Irish News
John Manley

Michelle O'Neill – Irish government 'co-equal partners' in Good Friday Agreement: Belfast Telegraph

Fresh hopes for power-sharing as O'Neill reveals talks with DUP: Irish Independent
John Downing

SF may have 'woken up' after negotiations with DUP intensify – MLA: The News Letter

British government's hyperbolic response on joint authority had DUP fingerprints over it: Irish News
John Manley

Now even Alliance and Greens are losing patience with SF: The News Letter
Editorial

'Post-Troubles' Sinn Féin TD backs Adams on Oliver murder: Irish Independent
John Downing and Ian Begley

Adams is wrong – Sinn Féin has lots of information on the Tom Oliver murder: Irish Independent
Ed Moloney

Plans to redraw constituency boundaries 'likely to be scrapped': The News Letter

The pundits were DUPed: Village
Anton McCabe

Apparent Sinn Féin U-turn on Irish 'won't stop discrimination': The News Letter

Newry Irish language protest outside Bank of Ireland: Newry Times

Alex Kane column prompts Sinn Féin to reveal Irish language act blueprint: Irish News

SF man accuses Belfast council planning group of 'sectarianism': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Councillor in legal move over 'gagging': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Concerns amid claims MI5 'seek information' on west Belfast man prior to trial: Irish News
Allison Morris

Soldiers will be treated fairly in NI Troubles probes – PM Theresa May: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Declassified Files – NIO believed Paisley wanted Willie McCrea to succeed him (Aug 28): The News Letter
Sam McBride

State Papers revealed – Treasury was reluctant to help compensate struggling Europa (Aug 25): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Sinn Féin councillors to speak out on bullying: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Gerry Adams hits back at 'bully boy' accusation after young councillor resigns: Dundalk Democrat
Ronan Mullen

Catholics place greater value on education, report finds: Irish News
Simon Doyle

'I assume that's why he was kicked out?' Irish Bake Off fans are FURIOUS after contestant Chris includes IRELAND on his biscuit map of Great Britain: Daily Mail
Imogen Blake

Irish in UK reveal deportation fears: Irish Examiner
Lynne Kelleher

Wednesday, September 6

Gerry Adams' border poll call is a stunt by leader whose time is running out, say unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Foster slams Adams' border poll call: The News Letter

Gerry Adams signals intention to stand down as Sinn Féin leader: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Gerry Adams doing it his way as retirement looms: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Brian Feeney – Sinn Féin deputy leader Mary Lou McDonald will succeed Gerry Adams: Irish News
John Manley

Groundhog day at think-in as Adams exit is the big talk: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Overdue transition will see Sinn Féin join the mainstream: Irish News
John Manley

Gasps as Adams goes for Sinn Féin presidency: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Despite failed promises, Gerry Adams can't bring himself to let go of power: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Gerry Adams is preparing to hand over the baton to leader-in-waiting Mary Lou McDonald: Irish News
Allison Morris

Gerry Adams has led Sinn Féin for half his lifetime, and there's still no sign of him letting go: Belfast Telegraph
Anthony McIntyre

Sinn Féin favourites to form part of the next government in Dublin: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Coalition in Dublin would be seriously damaging for Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

No direct rule without Irish role, says Coveney: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

SDLP backs Dublin on joint authority for NI: The News Letter

Joint authority in Northern Ireland would have dire consequences for Tories, warns DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry and Steven Alexander

UK government rules out joint authority in Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Arlene Foster taking Executive seat 'matter of give and take', says Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

DUP and Sinn Féin step up efforts to break Stormont stalemate: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Greens and Alliance round on Sinn Féin over Stormont impasse: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Accusations of Sinn Féin destabilisation strategy 'untrue, absurd and illogical': The News Letter

Gerry Adams has zero interest in trying to make Stormont work... his sole intention is its annihilation: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Sinn Féin Irish language act policy was Stormont consultation – Caral Ni Chuilin: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Allister urges no compromise over Irish language act: The News Letter

DUP MP says act for 'failing' Irish language would be discriminatory: TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

Sinn Féin rules out affirmative action for Irish speakers in civil service: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland – parties must strike a deal: The Irish Times
Editorial

'Maintaining an open Irish land border is essential' – former top diplomat warns: Irish Independent
Nick Lester and Trevor Mason

Fury at plan for border checks between Northern Ireland and mainland UK after Brexit: The Sun
Hugo Gye

David Davis – Technology can create 'non-visible' border between NI and the Republic: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

UK-Irish relations must not become 'collateral damage' of Brexit says ex-diplomat: Irish News
Nick Lester and Trevor Mason

Unionists fearful that NI electoral boundary changes may boost republican seats: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Northern Ireland constituency boundary changes 'disruptive', election expert warns: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

INLA-New IRA row over building site: Belfast Media

Mother of murdered Mickey Bo in court after allegedly assaulting one of his killers: Belfast Live

Northern Ireland's top judge hits out at delays on legacy cases: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Council vote over chairman's IRA Enniskillen bombing comment fails: BBC
Louise Cullen

'So much for British justice' – Wife of MP Ian Gow breaks her silence after British soldiers face prosecution for their actions in Northern Ireland while her husband's IRA killers remain free: Daily Mail
David Wilkes

Limerick councillor resigns from 'toxic and hostile' Sinn Féin: Limerick Leader
Áine Fitzgerald

Adams dismisses claims of 'bully boy politics' after resignation of party's youngest female councillor: Irish Independent
Ryan O'Rourke

'Ireland has been a godsend to me' – Tory MEP on why he took out an Irish passport: TheJournal.ie
Sinead Baker

Tuesday, September 5

Northern Ireland's future at risk without post-Brexit customs deal, says Hain: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Remainer Hain to demand Ulster and Eire stay in same customs union: Daily Express

Britain proposing a 'telepathic' rather than 'frictionless' Border: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Trimble dismisses Hain's call for Northern Ireland to be in single market with Republic: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit talks need to protect peace process – Barnier: The News Letter

'Play by OUR rules' Barnier says Ireland solutions must be 'fully compatible' with EU law: Daily Express
Nick Gutteridge

Britain needs last-minute swerve to avoid Brexit cataclysm: The Irish Times
Polly Toynbee

Cross-border police work must not be Brexit casualty: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Northern Ireland secretary says window is closing on power-sharing: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Brokenshire urges talks ... but no all-party talks are planned: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stormont deadlock – Simon Coveney to meet NI parties: BBC

Foster warns over powersharing talks as Brokenshire meets parties at Stormont: The News Letter

Call for independent mediator to help North talks impasse: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

TUV – No more delay, time has come for direct rule: The News Letter

Michelle O'Neill – Stormont deal could be done in days: The News Letter

'Arlene Foster has been the biggest gift for Sinn Féin in years': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Stormont process going backwards – no deadline and no talks: The News Letter
Sam McBride

The political backdrop is bleak and the appetite for agreement meager: Irish News
John Manley

Back to work but there's very little appetite for it: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Direct rule would suit Gerry Adams and SF least of all: Irish Independent
John Downing

Press the button on Stormont's time: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

The 'equality' agenda may prove more of a problem to Foster than Irish language: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Restored Stormont needed to tackle serious problems: Irish News
Editorial

Leadership transition key to Sinn Féin's Government prospects: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Belfast City Council motion to stop Lord Mayor visit to White House withdrawn: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Belfast Lord Mayor claims she's 'too busy' for St Patrick's Day meeting with Trump: Irish Independent
Rebecca Black

Trevor Lunn MLA – 'A man was politely holding the door for my wife when a no-warning bomb went off': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

IRSP back Irish unity 'border poll': Irish News
Connla Young

Super tout Stakeknife allegedly ordered the murder of innocent farmer Tom Oliver: Irish Mirror

Adams accused of role in Provos killing of farmer: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Austin Stack hits out at Gerry Adams' 'counter-productive' comment: BBC

'We just want to know who killed him' – Family of IRA murder victim Tom Oliver still living in fear: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Gerry Adams reminds us that the sins of the past never go away: Belfast Telegraph
Ian O'Doherty

How republican propagandists tried and failed to discredit the legacy of Sean O'Callaghan: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Man held over 1987 INLA feud murders released: Irish News
Allison Morris

Declassified files – Future SDLP leader tended wounded moments after massacre (Aug 30): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Declassified files – Bishop passed on IRA wish for 'no strategic interest' statement (Aug 30): The News Letter
Sam McBride

RTE receive over 200 complaints about map leaving out Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

'Huge challenge' for Ireland and cross-border health care to be debated later today: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Monday, September 4

Brokenshire to meet parties as DUP tells SF 'our offer still stands': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

No Stormont return unless Sinn Féin drops pre-condition – Campbell: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Sinn Féin must talk with DUP – Ó Cúiv: Irish Independent
John Downing

Minority coalition should be given serious consideration: Irish News
Tom Kelly

How Arlene Foster helped nationalism find its teeth: The Irish Times
Eamonn Mallie

We're drifting towards direct rule transfer deadline day: Irish News
Claire Simpson

DUP has no clear strategy over Brexit , says SDLP's Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph
Colm Kelpie

Coveney – Liam Fox's comments 'unhelpful': Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Tory politician gets Irish passport because he's 'quite ashamed to be British' after Brexit: The Independent
Lydia Smith

UK quits club then changes rules of game: Sunday Independent
Colm McCarthy

Border progress but concerns remain: The Irish Times
Editorial

The Brexit bar is set as high as ever for Ireland: Irish Independent
Editorial

Foster made 'real effort' with Irish comments, says Coveney: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Sinn Féin rejection of Foster proposal 'unfortunate' – Irish language advocate: The News Letter

Alliance 'at sixes and sevens' over Irish language act: The News Letter

Alliance MLA slams SF 'language police' over cash machine protest: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-US special envoy says scrapping Northern Ireland post is 'tragic' move: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Máirtín Ó Muilleoir slams Lord Kilclooney over claim that nationalists are 'not equal': Irish News

'Anti-drug' gangsters a scourge in society (Sep 1): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

NI victims' group launches new advocacy service in London: The News Letter

Museum of Free Derry protestors told to 'stay for as long as you want': Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

General 'proud' of soldiers' conduct in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Fine Gael TD gives information to gardaí sparking 'new inquiry line' in Tom Oliver murder: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Tom Oliver lived for his family and was murdered for the IRA: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sinn Féin still exists in its own moral universe – where murder can be justifiable: Sunday Independent
Andrew Lynch

Family of IRA man demand release of postmortem photographs: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Jimmy was on a date ...but he became the bombers' last victim: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

BBC documentary highlights women of North's peace talks: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Declassified files – SDLP's surprise non-selection of Feeney noted (Aug 29): The News Letter

Declassified Files – Train straddling border proposed as talks venue (Aug 28): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Brexit chief Davis had key role in early stages of peace process, claims author: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

'Belfast has moved from terrorism to tourism': The News Letter
Adam Kula

Row after Belfast's atheist mayor skips prayers before dinner at installation: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Call for European Union to intervene over 'unacceptable' cross-border digital radio coverage: Irish News
John Monaghan

Sunday, September 3

Stormont deadlock – Secretary of state to meet parties on Monday: BBC

Fresh government hopes of restoring Northern Assembly: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Humble remarks by Foster about new DUP voters suggest her party sees the challenges ahead for unionism: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Climate for Stormont's return yet to be created: Irish News
Editorial

DUP will need to be vigilant about how direct rule is applied: The News Letter
Editorial

How committed are nationalist parties to a united Ireland? (Sep 2): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Cross-border sharing of police expertise 'will be difficult after Brexit': Belfast Telegraph

'Britain will have to compromise on Brexit': Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan and Mark O'Regan

Farm bodies condemn Gerry Adams' comments about Tom Oliver's killers: Irish Independent

Callous comments show how Sinn Féin still exists in its own moral universe: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Lynch

Adams can't ignore the truth to suit Sinn Féin: Irish Independent
Editorial

Adams' shameful urging for Tom Oliver's IRA killers to remain free will surely put an end to SF hopes of a coalition in Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Victim's son vows to 'expose hyprocrisy of Gerry Adams': The News Letter

IRA supergrass hid in the House of Commons where assassins couldn't get him: Daily Mirror
Nigel Nelson

I can understand why so many find it hard to forgive or forget these deaths: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Guildford pub bombings – Surrey coroner 'receives no new evidence' after claims inquests could be reopened (Sep 1): GetSurrey.co.uk
Joshua Smith

Declassified files – Officials' unease over covert RUC unit (Aug 30): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Declassified files – Government vetoed RUC bid to have SAS train elite unit (Aug 30): The News Letter
Sam McBride

BBC NI 'had bias against Catholics' during Troubles, claims veteran journalist Dillon: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Brexit isn't a sexy story – but it's so crucial to all our futures (Aug 31): Connacht Tribune
Harry McGee

Is Arlene Foster's policy to help deprived communities stuck in heavy traffic? (Aug 28): Belfast Telegraph
David Capener

Late Late show viewers in disbelief at map of Ireland used on the show: Irish Mirror
Cormac O'Shea

School bid to switch from English to Irish language education rejected (Sep 1): Irish News
Simon Doyle

Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor found that Catholics have to be outsiders in Britain: The Spectator
Luke Coppen

Scottish independence activists hold rally in Germany: The Scotsman
Ross McCafferty

Police officer under investigation over allegation he asked Orange Order complainant to report Neil Lennon instead: Sunday Herald
Peter Swindon

Saturday, September 2

Sir Reg Empey – Direct rule may mean SF gets what it wants: The News Letter

DUP offer made knowing that we would reject it, says SF: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Fianna Fáil attacks Sinn Féin rejection of DUP compromise offer: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Restoration of Executive is not about winners and losers: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

DUP/Sinn Féin rift runs deeper than key issues themselves: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Wilson – SF are bullying tyrants with no interest in restoring Stormont: The News Letter

Martin backed over refusal to link up with SF: Irish Independent
John Downing

Tribalistic politics ascendant, leaving little hope for Stormont: The News Letter
Sam McBride

The Northern question – is there any point in fresh talks?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

It all looks very bleak but was it ever anything else?: Irish News
John Manley

Why an Irish language act is not something we can afford: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

EU's border stance paves way for Northern Ireland to get special status: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Leo Varadkar – We won't give in on Brexit demands: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith and Elaine Loughlin

UK leaving customs union 'reckless and dangerous': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

EU membership delays reunification: Village
Anthony Coughlan

We need a US envoy to the North more than ever: The Irish Times
Niall O'Dowd

Tommie Gorman challenges Sinn Féin over its Gaeilgeoirí numbers: Irish News
John Manley

Is there anything more tedious than the Irish language debate?: The Irish Times
Hugh Linehan

New IRA uses pressure plate detonator in two murder bids, police say: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Derry residents furious at two-day disruption as terrorists leave viable device in field: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

PSNI call on dissidents to provide accurate info over 'bomb' claims: ITV

Small and fractured organisation can still prove deadly: Irish News
Allison Morris

Renewed appeal for information after attempted murder of off-duty PSNI officer: TheJournal.ie
Sean Murray

'Anti-drug' gangsters a scourge in society: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Son of IRA victim's 'relief' as Martin McGuinness misses out on peace award: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Masked men 'seek justification' with drug threat: The News Letter

Gregory Campbell calls for bomb disposal unit for north west: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Historian slams Dublin on 'minimal disclosure': The News Letter

Diana 'felt pain and suffering' of Harrods IRA bomb casualties: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

SNP accused of 'airbrushing history' over Indyref2 announcement: The Scotsman
Angus Howarth

Friday, September 1

Arlene Foster says she does not think Irish language is threat to union: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Foster calls for immediate restoration of NI Assembly: ITV

Sinn Féin dismisses Arlene Foster's proposal to legislate for Irish language in a revived Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin and SDLP reject Arlene Foster's devolution plans: Irish News
John Manley

Major change of both DUP tone and policy on Irish language legislation: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Pro-Irish language parties a majority: Belfast Media
Michael Jackson

Sinn Féin is doing enormous damage to the Irish language: Irish News
Alex Kane

Adams stance on Irish language a further pointer to direct rule: The News Letter
Editorial

Time to fully respect the Irish language: Irish News
Editorial

Nelson McCausland calls for Sinn Féin's MLA salaries to be stopped: Belfast Telegraph

Nigel Farage accuses EU of being "only barrier" to open border with Northern Ireland: TheJournal.ie
Sinead Baker

Gerry Adams urges Irish Government to block Brexit talks: Irish Independent

Leo Varadkar - We won't give in on Brexit demands: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith and Elaine Loughlin

Why Little England Brexiteers miss the point of the European Union (Aug 31): The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Gary Hart denounces US abolition of NI special envoy role as 'tragic': The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

"We need a Northern Irish peace envoy," Irish America speaks out: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James Wilson

Hibernians urge retention of U.S. North envoy: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

NI politicians regret the axing of US envoy: Belfast Telegraph
Angela Rainey

NI better off with May as prime minister - DUP MP: The News Letter

Lord Kilclooney clarifies 'not political equals' tweet: BBC

SDLP's bid to snub Trump could have 'dire consequences' for Belfast, warns UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Group issues death threat to six local 'drug dealers': Ulster Herald
Ryan McAleer

Police ask republicans behind Derry bomb scare to say where device is: Belfast Telegraph

Police carry out searches into republican terrorist activity in Strabane: Belfast Telegraph

Those behind bomb alert are damaging Derry - McCartney: Derry Journal

Dublin dad charged with IRA membership refused bail: Sunday World
Natasha Reid

'The IRA will murder me, just like they did my Dad' - Thug tells extradition hearing of threats: Scottish Daily Record
Sarah Vesty

Hume's peace vision may have been right all along (Aug 31): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Jailing IRA murderers of innocent farmer would be 'totally and absolutely counterproductive' - Adams: Irish Independent

Dublin silent on SDLP's Irish army files fears: The News Letter

Declassified files - Little support for IRA over Loughgall, said bishop: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Declassified files - Irish viewed English as fickle and unpredictable, said ambassador: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Hanged IRA volunteer to be remembered at Free Derry: Derry Journal

Is John Egan an 'inferior Irish Brit': Irish World
John Egan



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